Sunday, Jul 12, 2020

Bible Study to GO!

Bless the Lord: How Your Soul Glorifies God

Today’s Scripture Lesson: Psalm 103 I’m going to depart from my typical format today. Instead of asking you to open your Bible today and read it, I’m going to present the full Psalm in two parts. While I will offer...

How Self-Righteous Anger Opposes the Righteousness of God

Today’s Scripture Lesson: Psalm 71 As always, before you continue reading, I invite you to open your Bible and read the text in its entirety. As I’ve been slowly studying the Psalms, I continually encounter specific words with a high degree...

The #1 Reason Why All Power is Safe in God’s Hands Alone

Today’s Scripture Lesson: Psalms 96 - 100 I encourage each of you to read these Psalms and allow the Holy Spirit to minister to you through His holy Word. I hope you will forgive the large number of chapters being covered...

The Context of the Promises of God: What Does God Mean?

Today’s Scripture Lesson: Psalms 37, 38 Today, we continue our study in the Book of Psalms with the 37th and 38th Psalms. As always I hope you’ll take the time on your own to read these two chapters. Although the material...

One God, One Nation, One Name Be Glorified

Today’s Scripture Lesson: Psalm 86 I want to encourage you to open your Bible or Bible App and read the entire Psalm on your own, allowing the Holy Spirit to minister to you directly through His Word. In the last Bible...

God’s Heart is Filled with the Best Kind of Kindness – Lovingkindness

Today’s Scripture Lesson: Psalm 85 I invite you to open your Bible or your Bible app and read this Psalm in its entirety, allowing the Holy Spirit to minister directly to you. As I read this Psalm, I see one word...

A Yearning for the Presence of God

Today’s Scripture Lesson: Psalm 84 Please open your Bible or Bible app and read this Psalm in its entirety, allowing the Holy Spirit to minister to you through His Word. The beauty found in the Psalms makes it difficult to...

The Key to Acceptable Words and Meditations of Our Hearts

Today’s Scripture Lesson: Psalms 19 My studies still have me in the Psalms and at my current rate, they’ll have me there for a while. As the last Bible Study To Go article revealed, I entered the Psalms for a...

Do You Prey On or Pray For Your Enemies?

Today’s Scripture Lesson: Psalm 83 Please open your Bible or Bible app and read this psalm on your own, allowing the Holy Spirit to minister to you through His Word. The 83rd Psalm is the final psalm attributed to the psalmist,...

The Honor to Mirror the Character of God

Today’s Scripture Lesson: Psalm 82 Please read this Psalm on your own and allow the Holy Spirit to minister to you through His Word. As this Psalm is relatively short, we’ll address each verse because the message God has for His...
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Freedom from bondage is an open invitation from Jesus Christ. How many of us RSVP "yes"? Are any of these reasons holding you back from freedom?

Follow God Not Man to Avoid Unexpected Delays

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There Are No Spiritual Growth Hacks, We’ve Got to Train

Spiritual growth takes consistent time, effort, and consistency. There are no growth hacks on Team Jesus, so keep striving and working out your salvation.

When God Asks You to Pray for Difficult People

As followers of Christ, we are called to pray for our enemies and difficult people. What does a prayer for an enemy look like? Let's see.
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