In Wasted Prayer by Greg Darley, we get the opportunity to explore how our prayer lives can greatly impact walking in complete obedience. Is praying bad? Absolutely not. I think we can use prayer as our lifeline to get out of doing what God wants for us to do. We will say that we are "praying … Continue reading Wasted Prayer
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BtaCeJYqZA I am sick of being sick. Whole bearing some raw emotions about that fact, I am reminded of a particular Bible verse: 1 Timothy 4:12. My life leaves a reflection on this world. Good or bad. Positive or negative. As a lover or hater. 1 Timothy 4:12 were Paul's words to his spiritual son, … Continue reading Are -we- setting an example?
Mt 12:1-21; Acts 17:1-15; Ps 27; Ex 10-12 The resounding theme is how godly people have continued to act with boldness, perservance, and confidence in the face of adversity, persecution, and oppression. It is not that they were "strong enough", but that God helped them through each act of oppression and hardship that they faced. … Continue reading Discipleship Journal Reading Plan: Day 35
Days like these, I am not particularly fond of them... They bring a lot of questions. Perhaps, some answers as well. I feel guilty for not being able to do as I should. There is much I need to do, as far as housework and things go. My body is pretty weak today, and I … Continue reading Not by My Might…
The Bible speaks about the significant importance of examining ourselves. In 2 Corinthians 13:5, Paul says: "Examine yourselves to see whether you are in the faith; test yourselves. Do you not realize that Christ Jesus is in you--unless, of course, you fail the test?" We need to examine ourselves to make sure we are still … Continue reading Examining Ourselves