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.
As you read the stories in the Bible, you may find yourself imagining what it would have been like to sit across the table from Jesus, hearing His teaching firsthand. We’re getting face to face with the stories of Jesus.
The Bible calls us to live by the Spirit, and one of the ways we do that is by carrying one another’s burdens.
God doesn’t leave us to find our way through life on our own. He provides the Holy Spirit and the Bible to help lead us down the right paths.
The book of Ruth is a rich story of faith and love. Let's read from chapters three and four out of the book of Ruth.