Matthew, Mark, and John were all eyewitnesses to the spectacular miracle of Jesus and Peter walking on water. Jesus had just performed the miracle of the feeding of the 5000 with the 5 loaves of bread and 2 fish. He was seeking a time of solitude and prayer with His Father. He sent the disciples […]
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Learning to study the Bible brings us immeasurable benefits. We grow closer and closer to Him and learn to apply His truth to our daily interactions. But feeling under qualified or too busy can leave us overwhelmed. Learning and experimenting with different Bible study methods are wonderful ways to take what you are reading and
Surprisingly, while researching Bible verses about surrender, I found the word “surrender(s)” only occurs 18 times in the entire NIV Bible, and none in the KJV! We only find one verse in the New Testament -when Pilate surrenders Jesus to be crucified. I know there is a Biblical concept of surrendering our lives to Jesus. But where
Is anything more universal than the cross? We see it world-wide: on churches and walls, as jewelry and tattoos, and on foreheads on Ash Wednesday. For Christians, it symbolizes salvation. Jesus knew the cross was in His future. He also told His disciples that to be His follower, they needed to “take up their cross.”
Can you imagine having dinner with Jesus tonight and having it end with Him lifting His eyes to heaven and begin to pray? I’d be hanging on every word! The disciples heard this prayer immediately following the Last Supper. It is the last great prayer of Jesus in the Bible and the longest recorded prayer.
Last week we focused on listening to the voice of God. I related an experience in hearing God say, “I see you.” God has so many attributes, and this week I’d like to concentrate on “the God who sees me.”
The Parable of the Prodigal Son is such a tender story of restoration and the merciful love of God. We find a forgiving father, a lost son, and a self-righteous older brother. We find this story in the Gospel of Luke 15:11-32.
The 23rd Psalm may well be the most well known and beloved psalm in the entire Bible. These Bible verses are filled with poetic language that fill us with love for our Savior and thankfulness for all the blessings He showers down on us. Come, explore this Psalm 23 devotional with me.
God’s Word has a lot to say about love. Jesus stressed the two greatest commandments were to love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength and loving others as we love ourselves. But most importantly, He wants us to know His love; God’s unconditional love. Unconditional Love of God Meaning It’s difficult for our
Part of my daily morning prayer is I would fulfill my purpose in life by loving God completely, loving myself correctly, and to love others with compassion. Loving my Savior comes easily. Then I pray and work towards having His eyes when I see others. But loving myself correctly can sometimes escape my grasp. How