¡Hola! I'd like to talk about another commonly misunderstood verse - 2 Corinthians 9:7. You've probably heard it quoted and talked about in churches right around offering time: "God loves a cheerful giver, according to 2 Corinthians 9:7! Don't forget to tithe and give to our building fund!" Let's start out talking about why this …
Here’s another post from long ago – I hope you enjoy!
Upon reading this title, you may expect a verse reference from Revelation. Good guess, but wrong.
Right when you least expected it, I’m pulling out a verse reference from Mark.
Yep, one of the Gospels.
You’ll soon find out that this is not an end-times conspiracy post – this is truth, straight out of Mark’s Gospel, highlighted in red, and one of the most compelling verses for today’s remnant.
And the passage I’ve devoted my life to sharing.
The Great Commission? Ding ding ding!
Now, we’ve already examined Matthew’s recording of the Great Commission numerous times – but Mark? Why’s he different?
Let’s read in the HCSB: 15 Then He said to them, “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to the whole creation.16 Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved,but whoever does not believe will be condemned.17
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For those of you who have not yet heard about my Galatians 3 project with Ezekiel from The Way, the Truth, and the Life, here's a quick update: we decided it would be fun to each write about a passage of Scripture (we decided on Galatians 3) completely independent of one another and see what we …
Here’s an awesome blog of mine that I found from five months ago… Please read it and take it to heart. There is freedom for you from the same old bondage that has tormented you all along. Hallelujah, Jesus paid for our freedom! We should be so thrilled about that fact we just can’t help but share it. Please share this post!
This is another old treasure I dug up in my Google Keep – and I thought I’d share. Please consider what I’m saying, and be blessed!
Go read Matthew 28: 19-20. In the NIRV, KJV, and many other versions, it says for us (everyone) to go: not married people, not adults, not youth, not good-looking, not popular, not ordained people, not prophets, not apostles, not pastors, not famous, and not the most spiritual.
This command is for ALL of us.
There are no prejudices in the Kingdom of God. There are no age limits in the Kingdom of God. There is no discrimination in the Kingdom of God. There are no favorites in the Kingdom of God.
There is a command, not a suggestion, straight from the lips of Jesus. This command is for all. We must follow it, not as a suggestion, good idea, or otherwise. It is…
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Hello, everyone! You will be seeing a post from me soon as part of a little project I'm doing with Ezekiel from The Way, the Truth, and the Life. See this digital conversation of ours as a sort of a preface for this upcoming post: Ezekiel: so I've been considering prayer lately Elle: How so? …
I'm back!! In this post, I'd like to take a new, fresh approach to a post: that of taking a particular Bible verse and dissecting it from a new perspective. It's a heavily quoted Scripture, though taken out of context like crazy and almost never fully understood. As I read it over and over yesterday …