Dangerous Decision Making (Part 3)

An Independent Study on Decision Making in the Bible. We have numerous examples of decision making in the Bible.  Please go through a few and then see if you can see some principles that seem to rise to the surface to help you as an individual in developing a Biblical approach to decision making. 1…. Read more »

Dangerous Decision Making (Part 2)

Difficult Decisions Sometimes more time and effort than normal must go into a decision.  We find this in the life of Abraham when he is being sent out of the country of Ur.  We find this in the life of Moses when he is being groomed to lead the children of Israel.  I would like… Read more »

Dangerous Decision Making (Part 1)

A farmer hired a man to work for him. He told him his first task was to paint the barn and that it should take him about three days to complete. But the hired man finished in one day.  Then, the farmer set him to cutting wood, telling him it would require about 4 days…. Read more »

The Evil of Envy – Part I

When you think of crimes that are committed, the following list would seem kind of silly. Murder Grand Theft Rape Jay Walking Drug Trafficking Child Pedophilia Driving with blinker out Most would stop and say that something was off with the above list.  Murder and jaywalking are not comparable crimes and drug trafficking and driving… Read more »

Ephesians 3 – Holy Access

Holy Access Make Your Day Bright by Thinking Right Helen Steiner Rice Don’t start your day supposin’ That trouble is just ahead, It’s better to stop supposin’ And start with a prayer instead. And make it a prayer of thanksgiving For the wonderful things God has wrought, Like the beautiful sunrise and sunset – God’s… Read more »

Do I Have to Keep Going?

Psalm 119:90 Thy faithfulness is unto all generations:  thou hast established the earth, and it abideth. Nineteen times the Bible mentions faithfulness.  It means trustworthy; sure and true. Most of all the references refer to God’s faithfulness.  He truly is our pattern for every time. It shows He is always faithful. God does the same… Read more »

Carpe Diem

This phrased originated in 1786.  It is a Latin phrase which means “enjoy the day,” literally “pluck the day” (while it is ripe).  Today, we interpret the phrase to mean seize the day. This is our thought for the day from the book of Proverbs. “Get wisdom, get understanding: forget it not; neither decline from… Read more »

Psalm 62

“My soul, wait thou only upon God; for my expectation is from him.  He only is my rock and my salvation: he is my defence; I shall not be moved.  In God is my salvation and my glory: the rock of my strength, and my refuge, is in God.  Trust in him at all times;… Read more »

God is Able to Give Grace

The Sufficiency of God’s Grace A man stood up in a meeting and facing the preacher who had spoken about the sufficiency of God’s grace, said:  “You can talk like that about Christ—that He is dear to you, that He helps you—but if your wife were dead as my wife is, and you had some… Read more »

BOOK REVIEW – The Lord’s Song

This week’s book review is from The Lord’s Song by Dr. Erich Candless. Download a pdf of the review here or click on the picture below. You can purchase the book here. If you are not subscribed to our email newsletter, you can do so here. We join with Isaac Watts who once said, “Talking… Read more »