Hello again! I'm excited to be back, and to let y'all know to keep praying for us - there's been an attack against us, and it's been rough, but we're victorious. Meanwhile, let's get to the bulk of this post! Introduction So, I wasn't planning on writing anything, but God kind of interrupted my …
Choose life in the most important decision you'll ever make--read more in this post. Jesus loves you 🙂
I'd like to read a couple common Bible stories - one of which is a true story, and the other a parable - which are used quite often, sometimes together, to prove a point. But I'd like to take this point a wee bit further than it generally is taken 🙂 The first one is …
Today is the one-year anniversary of our flight to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, which was our connector to Managua, Nicaragua and which marked the beginning of our full-time international ministry.
A discussion about the things Christians call "okay" but might not bring glory to Jesus.
This is a great post from a while ago that I thought I would reblog in keeping with my strange habit of reblogging my own posts that I read and enjoyed 😉
Anyways, I hope you enjoy this post. Have a great day!
It’s a very complicated concept.
Essentially, an objective definition would be “trying to ‘fit in’ a mold peers have built.”
That could be taken to mean that you are trying to literally form yourself after other people – who are just as human as you are, just as human as Adam and Eve were, and just as human as the worst sinner.
Yes, you may have amazing friends. In no way am I judging you or your friends.
But you have to ask yourself, “Am I molding myself after a human mold?”
When you find yourself wanting to have the same hair, clothes, makeup, passion, sport, or any other thing as your friends, you’re working to earn their acceptance.
Colossians 3:23-24 reads in the English Standard Version: “Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men, knowing that from the Lord…
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Psalm 119:11 in the NASB reads: "Your word I have treasured in my heart, that I may not sin against You." What exactly does this mean? That we are to memorize His written Word? I find that this verse actually means something somewhat different from what pastors teach us - for more reference, let us …