Since I write about the hard parts of Scripture, I am always on the lookout for difficult Bible passages. I found one this week in my daily devotional. This year I am reading My Utmost for His Highest for the first time.
“Me first!” Since I have four kids, I hear this declaration often. Each kid wants to be the first to participate or to get her share because they are each looking out for themselves. The only time “me first” is
When I was first getting into eating organic, I took a stroll through the natural section of the grocery store. A Bible verse on a bread wrapper caught my eye. The bread was called Ezekiel 4:9 and it’s made by
You are not a Proverbs 31 woman. You never will be a Proverbs 31 woman. It’s not because you don’t try hard enough or because you are a failure. It’s because the Proverbs 31 woman is the personification of wisdom.
If you are an American adult, chances are you have been disappointed about the outcome of at least one election within the last ten years. When you woke up the morning after the election and heard the results, a wave
Even those who wrote the Bible didn’t understand all of God’s word. Read to find out what Daniel did when he didn’t understand the vision God showed him.
A video of my salvation testimony and how I learned to share my faith in Jesus with others.
Since I was saved as a young child, I didn’t feel the weight of sin lifted off my shoulders when I came to Christ in salvation. That changed when we experienced forgiveness of our short sale debt.
These three motivational Bible verses are usually taken out of context. Here are other verses to use instead.
The hard parts of Scripture will remain a mystery to you unless you have this one thing. Not a thing, really, but a person.