My Life · Relationship with Christ

Staying Accountable To My “Yes”

One of the messages I listened to recently, I think it was Mike Winger on YouTube, but a point was brought up that we need to let our yes be yes. The things we say we are going to do, we need to be accountable to. Though I know this scripture, this really spoke to… Continue reading Staying Accountable To My “Yes”

Relationship with Christ

We’re Running Out Of Time, Christians

"But I'm not ready to leave. I have so many things on earth I want to accomplish and do first." This is the sentiment a friend has brought up a number of times in our discussions. We both really enjoy talking about scripture, and my particular interest in the end of times. In the past,… Continue reading We’re Running Out Of Time, Christians

Relationship with Christ

How Is My Life Related To Eternity?

Everything we do and do not do affects our walk with Christ and eternity. The past few posts have been covering why it is important for Christians to blog about Christ. Do I Have To Talk About Jesus On Every Post? How Do I Talk About Christ More On My Blog? Are You Really A… Continue reading How Is My Life Related To Eternity?

Bible Study · Relationship with Christ

Are You Fasting…From Pleasant Food?

When I started my Are You Fasting…At All? series I was surprised to see people had not considered that fasting does not only relate to food. Which is why this series is meant to encourage fasting for the Lord in multiple ways. This is not about the health benefits, and I do want to caution you to… Continue reading Are You Fasting…From Pleasant Food?

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Can I Not Go To Church Without Upsetting God

Short answer, yes, but God may still be displeased with us for other reasons, it is SO much deeper than church attendance...  I've said it before in every single post I've written about church. I'm not against church. If you want to write a comment defending church, and defending how we need to be the… Continue reading Can I Not Go To Church Without Upsetting God

Prayer · Relationship with Christ

How To Meditate On Scripture

Update: Edits added on 08/11/2020. Sadly, I had some seeker driver and purpose finding ideas in this post, and those needed to be edited out with better clarification.  If for anyone else, this question was for me. I was not familiar with the words meditate and scripture being together. Pour over scripture, yes. But after… Continue reading How To Meditate On Scripture

Prayer · Relationship with Christ

Whose Approval Do We Honestly Seek?

(Edited February 20, 2021)  (NIV) Galatians 1:10, "Am I now trying to win the approval of human beings, or of God? Or am I trying to please people? If I were still trying to please people, I would not be a servant of Christ." Two months ago, I found this scripture and knew I needed to… Continue reading Whose Approval Do We Honestly Seek?

Prayer · Relationship with Christ

Prayer, What To Pray

(Edited: February 20th, 2021)  I want to add, if you feel awkward, embarrassed, or even ashamed that you feel unsure of how to talk to God, and pray... don't be my friend. : ) This is something the disciples asked Jesus. Jesus answers them with the Lord's Prayer. The basis of what He tells them… Continue reading Prayer, What To Pray

Bible Study

Exodus (2) Pt. 2 | Ch. 15 Mana – Ch. 31 Rules For Tabernacle

Welcome back to Exodus Pt. 2. We are going to cover the ending of Ch. 15- to Ch. 31 If you need to catch up, click here for Pt. 1 of Exodus. We left off on the Israelites journeying out of the hand of their enemies. They are now working towards the Promised Land, but… Continue reading Exodus (2) Pt. 2 | Ch. 15 Mana – Ch. 31 Rules For Tabernacle

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Perfect Love Contains No Fear

Fear has been a companion of mine for too long. Stress comes, I become afraid. New opportunity arises, I become afraid. It's definitely not the best friend to have. But many of us can relate to these same situations. What I find hopeful, and I pray you do too, is that God is perfect. His… Continue reading Perfect Love Contains No Fear