Today’s Bible post just needed a bit of tightening up here and there–click to read about how the disciples had to deal with suffering, and how trials in our lives can yield positive results!
Today’s Bible post covers both the loving and just nature of God. He’s not wrathful all the time, but nor does He let just any kind of conduct slide by, either!
Today’s post from Proverbs about using your faith to help others is a small but important read. Too often we get swept up in our own accomplishments, and forget that our efforts should be aimed toward honoring God and helping to build His kingdom.
Today’s Bible verses from the Book of Joshua are all about waiting patiently for God–not trying to rush things based on our timetable, but trusting in His timing instead. (Talk about timing–I needed to reread this one, too!!)
This rewritten post from Romans about showing hospitality isn’t about running your own B&B–it’s about showing God’s grace and mercy to others, no matter if they are believers or not. Read on to discover what Paul says about taking care of God’s people!
This joyful and reassuring post from Psalm 118 is a great reminder of God’s presence even in adversarial times. We can still trust in Him when the world is dark around us!
Today’s reworked Bible post takes a look at a verse of Numbers, in which God specifically makes non-Israelites also welcome at His Passover feast. We can definitely apply that to our lives today, as my article shows!
Today’s Bible post comes from Psalms, and is a tidy one-verse description of God’s eternal nature. Click to read!
Today’s post from Judges is a very convicting post (like last week’s), urging us to reexamine our faith and worship. Even established Christians can fall into this trap, too–we can begin to prioritize other things above God. We have to keep asking ourselves: “If God is not #1 in my life anymore, then who or what is?”
We’re revisiting 1 Kings today in the redone Bible post for this week. Click to read about how even King Solomon drifted away from God, and how easy it is for us to do the same if we’re not careful!