Tag: relationship

  • Biblical Principle #238: King to Copy, Study the Law

    Biblical Principles List Principle Under the Law of Moses, the king of Israel was to write for himself a copy of the Law, keep it with him, read and study it, so that he would revere God. Explanation 18 Also it shall be, when he sits on the throne of his rule, that he shall…

  • Biblical Principle #73: God is Our Reward

    Biblical Principles List Principle God is the reward of the faithful. Explanation In GOD’s third recorded interaction with Abraham, GOD told Abraham that He Himself would be Abraham’s reward: 1 After these things the Word of the Lord came to Abram in a vision, saying, “Do not be afraid, Abram. I am your shield and…

  • Can GOD Heal My Broken Relationship? (Hope for the brokenhearted)

    Ever found yourself facing a relationship that seems hopelessly broken? Yeah, me too. I want to share a Scripture with you to give you hope that GOD is able to heal your broken relationship.

  • Why Do Christians Pray? (Here are six reasons)

    Why do Christians pray? The short answer is that Christians pray because they have faith. But since you probably knew that, let me offer a more thorough explanation. Honestly, there are probably innumerable reasons why Christians pray. Christianity is a relationship with GOD through Jesus Christ. Amazingly, the almighty Creator and Sustainer of the universe…

  • You Have Heard #6 (How we often live out Philippians 4:4-6)

    This is the 6th passage in “You Have Heard,” where we facetiously edit a Scripture to make it read like we often tend to live it out in our lives. In this passage, we look at Paul’s instructions to rejoice which are found in Philippians 4:4-6. 4 Rejoice in the Lord always when you feel…

  • Book Review: The Power of a Praying Wife

    This post was written by Sandy Farmer. By: Stormie Omartian Expected Publication: April 1st 2014 by Harvest House Publishers (first published January 1st 1997) 208 pages Genre: Religious, Christian, Spirituality, Self-Help Source: Publisher via NetGalley (Thank you!!!), I also own an earlier edition ( Goodreads | Amazon | Book Depository | Booksamillion.com ) *Note: The…

  • Biblical Baptism, Part 18 (Baptism and a Wedding)

    Have you considered the role that baptism plays in the union of Christ and His bride, the church? This is pretty cool; check it out! Welcome to part 18 of my biblical baptism series. The posts build on each other, so check out the previous posts below: Download series as a PDF Apologies: I haven’t…

  • Why Mary of Bethany is My New Spiritual Hero

    I imagine you are familiar with the phrase “heroes of faith.” People like Moses, Abraham, Daniel, Paul, Barnabas, John, and—of course—Jesus often come to mind when discussing this phrase. Within the past couple of months, I have gained a new spiritual hero—Mary of Bethany. For most of 2013, our house church was studying the New Testament…

  • What the Early Christians Wrote about Easter

    The Bible doesn’t mention the word “Easter.” Well, the King James Version erroneously translates the word “Passover” as “Easter” in Acts 12:4, but the word Easter isn’t found in the Greek. The truth is that GOD does not instruct Christians to observe a special celebration of Jesus’ death and resurrection at the time of the…

  • Acting Like Children

    This post was written by Jon Atchison. Becoming a parent changed my understanding of love, patience and re-calibrated my understanding of God’s love for me. If you’re a parent, I imagine you can relate to me in those thoughts and then far beyond. Additionally, I felt more secure in my relationship with God once I…