Bible Study (day 3)

But Christ is faithful over God’s house as a son. And we are his house, if indeed we hold fast our confidence and our boasting in our hope. Hebrews 3:6 (ESV) Moses was a very powerful leader. He led the house of God, or His nation, through some of the most crucial events in their…

Holy Week.

Cherishing the events of Jesus’s last days on earth. Jesus’s entire life was an extraordinary life. Yet, this week holds a holy importance for Christians everywhere as they remember the last week of His life on earth. Last Sunday marked the celebration of Palm Sunday, which commemorates Jesus’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem. The way He…

More than just reading.

Approaching the Bible with our heart. There are so many different kinds of Bibles out there. Sometimes, we buy one just because it looks appealing to us. For some, it’s hard to choose their go-to Bible because they have accumulated so many. There is also the option of reading the Bible on your phone, and…

Stay focused.

Keeping our heart fixed on God. The enemy loves to get us stuck in our spiritual walk. He knows that he can pull on the strings of our flesh in order to lure us into his schemes. Sometimes he uses hurt or unforgiveness, while other times he can use discontent. His plan is to get…

A moment of stillness (92).

Don’t be your own god. But they did not listen or pay attention; they did not turn from their evil or stop burning incense to other gods. Jeremiah 44:5 The patience of God is incomprehensible. Again and again he warned His people through the prophet Jeremiah that He was about to bring disaster against them…

A moment of stillness (88).

Don’t trust your heart. The heart is more deceitful than anything else, and incurable—who can understand it? Jeremiah 17:9 The world tells us to trust our heart but the heart is a very unreliable guide. Up one day, down another- the heart is nothing but deceitful. In fact, this verse says that the heart is…