God’s Word Contains Real Stories About Real People … Who Teach Us Powerful Lessons About God’s Character Part 36
It’s easy for critics to pass the Bible off as just a storybook . . . a collection of tales about heroes slaying giants and a crazy man building a big boat.
Poetry is like a jigsaw puzzle. Sometimes it’s hard to make out a clear picture of the poem unless you understand how each line fits together. Listen for tips on how to get more from your Bible reading.
If you were asked to take a pen and paper . . . and write out the psalm of your life . . . what words would you choose to express your heart to God? Well, that was the challenge given to men and women just like you.
Music has the power to lift your spirits and get you through a difficult day. It often helps us express emotions we can’t put into words. Take a look at the Psalms. The benefits of studying these poetic passages are a lot like the power of music in our lives.
As North Americans, it’s easy to get caught up in our culture and forget what God’s Word says about supplying our needs.
Looking for a way to dig deeper into the Scriptures but don’t know where to start? Let's engage in thoughtful conversations about biblically based subjects.
Whether you have a lot of money, or a little, you may be tempted to let your checkbook control your life. Discover help from the Scriptures to adjust your perspective.
Nobody’s perfect. Our faith falters now and again, but we still hold on to God’s promise that He will forgive us no matter what mistakes we make.
Have you ever received a note from a friend who tried to be helpful, but ended up making you feel worse? Perhaps they sent a thoughtful Bible verse to you, but it was out of context, and inappropriate in your situation.
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.
Ever noticed how a passage of Scripture can take on a different shade, even a richness, when it’s seen in context?
It’s not uncommon for us to misunderstand a passage of Scripture. And Ephesians 5 is no exception. An important discussion on this highly debated passage.