We can learn much about the character of God as we watch Jesus (Rev 19:10). In this passage there are two actions we must take before God, cry out in humility and follow.
Regurgitating facts is where many of us are in our Christian faith. We do not know much beyond a few basic facts about Jesus. I want to tell you this is great! As a start. It is not great to stay there. This is ok if you are a newborn Christian, not great if are not.
As a people the United States is soaked in the blood of innocent children, this is a stain that will not easily be washed clean. No amount of shine new gadgets, no amount of obtuse words about reproductive health will be able to scrub this scarlet letter from our chest. This year more than 60,000 babies have been murdered in their mothers womb.
I have found technology to provide very useful tools to increase my time in Scripture no matter the medium. So here are a few tools I used last year.
Your teens are being encouraged to look and act a certain way, they feel constantly judged and measured as if there is a mirror that follows them around and at any moment that mirror will post pictures to instagram.
In the course of life you be asked questions from hurting people. Your family may tearfully ask why? Your kids may ask why does this hurt?
I am a point in my life where some major decisions need to be made. I am one semester away from graduating Seminary with my Master’s in Divinity with a concentration in biblical counseling.
When we are weary God’s word gives us strength and broadens our understanding. The writer makes it a habit to obey God’s precepts and law. Our only hope is in the Word of God.
The sufficiency of Scripture means that Scripture contained all the words of God he intended his people to have at each stage of redemptive-history, and that it now contains everything we need God to tell us for salvation, for trusting him perfectly, and for obeying him perfectly. (2 Tim. 3:16–17). sufficiency of Scripture reminds us... Continue Reading →