Even today, many people still do not understand “what the fuss is all about” when it comes to Jesus’ crucifixion. This post is my attempt at explaining why and how Jesus’ sacrifice means so much to us, even 2,000 years later.
Today, we’ll be looking at a really strangely-worded piece of advice from Jesus in the Book of Matthew–but, as you’ll see, it’s actually REALLY sound advice from Jesus on the modern Christian life!
The story of Saul’s death in 1st Samuel is a sorrowful one, and yet, strangely, it also displays God’s justice in an unexpected way. Confused? Click to find out how!
Risk-taking and diversifying efforts all sound like business advice–but as this post will show, it’s also sound advice for your faith!
The question that forms this post’s title is one that people have been asking for a very long time–just see this excerpt from Judges!
Leaders are held to high standards in the Bible, as this post from Proverbs affirms. But we all can benefit from this advice–click the link to find out how!
Many times, God is characterized as purely a loving and forgiving God–which He is. But He is also our Heavenly Father, and as a parent, He also must be just and discipline us on occasion, just as He disciplined Israel during the time of Hosea. As the title of this post says, don’t think God won’t do it!
Paul’s conversion story in Acts is the subject of our Bible study today–but don’t think that these stories don’t happen today. All of us have times when God speaks to us…my story is behind the click!
Today’s comforting post from the Psalms reminds us that even when our world is full of shadows, God is right there with us. What a great message for the times we live in today!
Today’s Bible post has been updated just a bit, but still has a great message about people who try to pass themselves off as believers. Click to see how long this behavior has been going on, and how different pretend faith is from the real thing!