Revelation 3:20 says, “I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears My voice and opens the door, I will come in . . .” For those of us who have grown up in the church, we know this passage by heart, and assume we know what it means.
Have you ever thought you were on top of the world, doing great at work, at home, only to find out that things weren’t as perfect as they seemed? Let's look at Revelation 3, verse 20.
So often we bring our own preconceived interpretations to the Bible. We expect it to say one thing, and gloss over the verses that don’t fit our opinion.
It’s easy to read the Bible and pull out individual verses that we think speak to our situation. Discover the importance of reading verses in the context of the entire passage.
We all know what it means to want something, to see what someone else has and wish we could have something similar. Let's examine the tenth commandment, you shall not covet.
What would it be like to have Jesus as a guest in your home? Would He stay for dinner, maybe a cup of coffee?
Luke chapter 15 is a rich biblical passage, a record of Jesus’ profound stories, and timeless lessons on life.
Have you ever felt that God turned His back on you? When difficult seasons arise, it’s easy to question whether God truly knows what you’re going through.