Friday, May 29, 2020

obedience

Obedience vs. Overboard: When Your Destiny is Tied to Nineveh

We know the story of Jonah. God sent him to Nineveh to warn the people. But, Jonah didn’t want to go. Instead, he hopped a ship, the seas got stormy, and everyone on board was in danger of dying...

Prepare Yourself Now for What’s to Come Next

Time Waits For No One A typical phrase, right?  And, it’s very true.  November is here and we are on the heels of crossing over into 2019. Are you ready? Are you prepared? Preparation is the one thing that qualifies you...

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...

When Jesus Says No, Is His No Enough?

We Are Sons and Daughters of God My daughter is 2 years old and currently supplies me with all the things expected of her at this age. These last couple of years have been incredibly eye-opening as I’ve taken on...

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...

Wrestle Not Against Flesh and Blood: Fight At His Feet

After a tumultuous day, my mom spoke words of wisdom to me. She said, “When you argue with flesh and blood, you’ll lose every time.”   For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against...

Return to The Lord: 5 Little, Unholy Ways We Walk Away from God

I Thought I was Walking with the Lord  In my mind, I had done everything right.  I was living how I thought a good Christian was supposed to.  I was supporting the ministry of my local church, signing up to...

Don’t Let the Storm Stop Your “Yes”

Peace in the Midst of the Storm The eye of a storm has always fascinated me. It’s a region of calm weather at the center of intense tropical cyclones. The thought that there can be peace in the midst of...

When the Good You Know to Do Falls Short

What Happened to the Good I Would Do? Have you ever noticed that your heart and your mind don’t always connect? There are a lot of things I know, yet these things are somewhat difficult for me to live by. It...

Kick Spiritual Complacency to the Curb and Jump!

A few weeks ago, I wrote about coming to a crossroad in my walk with God and making a decision to go all the way. I had a burden – God was telling me that I had all the...
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Peer Pressure: When Followers of Christ are Tempted to Follow the Crowd

Peer pressure doesn't end in childhood. It's something we all will face throughout our lives. So, how will you cope when peer pressure strikes? Try this.
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