There are a lot of myths out there about a pastor and his family, so what are some of the myths some people believe? This article has been published to What Christian Wants To Know. Sermons Come Easy I was speaking with our deacon the other day about what he goes through in sermon preparation … Read moreSome Myths About Pastors – Eye opener
SHILOH 2017 DAY3: Unlocking our heritage of new dawn in Christ (Part 4) By Bishop David Oyedepo. See the teachings from the day 3 of this year Shiloh event. “The force of wisdom” Job 28:7-28 shows how far above this wisdom is. No matter the heat on the earth, it’s able to locate the treasures. … Read more#SHILOH2017 DAY3: Unlocking our heritage of new dawn in Christ (Part 4)
Tweet Not long ago it was common for churches to offer tapes or CDs of sermons for people to listen to. Later, sermons could be downloaded from church websites. With the invention of social media, live broadcasts of church services are now possible. However, what is being … Read moreWhat Does God Say About Serving Others?
Tweet What are the last days before His return going to be like? Jesus explains the days prior to His second coming. The Apostle Paul Jesus spoke a lot about the end times, as far as things leading up to the destruction of the Temple and Jerusalem … Read moreThe Last Days According To Jesus
Tweet I love it when I come across some detail about Bible characters that I did not previously discover. I hope you enjoy these amazing details about the 12 Apostles in the Bible that I have found. Apostles with Special Privileges (The Inner Circle) Jesus’ Inner Circle … Read moreAmazing Details About the 12 Apostles in the Bible
Tweet Have you meditated on Psalm 46? It is a lovely song that was directed to the “chief Musician for the sons of Korah”. Here are some of the things that came to mind when I took some time to think about this lovely piece of Scripture … Read morePsalm 46: Praise God for He is Our Shelter
Tweet Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathea apparently believed in Jesus, so what happened to the Jewish religious leaders after they placed their trust in Christ? Nicodemus We are introduced to Nicodemus in the Gospel of John chapter 3 and John is the only record we have of … Read moreWhatever Happened To Nicodemus And Joseph Of Arimathea?
Tweet How can we receive the peace of God amidst a world full of turmoil? The World’s Peace If we seek the peace that the world offers, then it’s not the peace that is permanent, because in this tumultuous world, peace comes and goes like waves crashing … Read moreHow Can We Receive The Peace Of God?
Tweet Every now and again I meet a person who I am sad to say is very bitter. Not just about one life circumstance, but everything on this earth seems to fuel their bitterness. And I ask myself “How did their heart become so bitter?” Perhaps you … Read moreHow Does Our Heart Become Bitter and How Do We Get Rid of it?
Tweet To get the job done you must persist, you must keep going when the going gets tough. Diligence is exactly that … as defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary: “steady, earnest, and energetic effort: persevering application” . Diligence is necessary for success! Let’s take a look at … Read moreWhat Does the Bible Say about Diligence?
Tweet We live in a time when having a father in the home is not valued as it used to be. However, it is very clear that despite arguments to the contrary, all children that do not have the influence of a father in their life will … Read moreThe Father’s Mandate: 8 Things to Consider from the Bible
Tweet Mary of Nazareth, a simple Jewish girl, was selected by God to carry out a very special task. It was her mission in life to bring forth a child with the name of Jesus, the Savior of the world (Matthew 1:21; Luke 1:31). She was chosen … Read moreThe Motherhood of Mary of Nazareth
Tweet The subject of faith healing can be one that causes many to argue. In fact, it has become a very controversial subject mostly among believers. I have been thinking about this and I would like to offer you what I have found in the Bible about … Read moreIs Healing All About Faith?
Tweet Often when believers are going through tough times they will hear someone say, “You know, all things work together for good for them that love God.” While their encouragement is good, often we tend to use this verse as a way of saying hang in there, … Read moreRomans 8:28 Commentary
Ask most women these days how are things, and you will often hear the word “busy” in their conversation. From tending to children, running businesses, blogging, and nurturing relationships, our lives are full. And one of the most important tools to help fuel our daily lives is spending time with God and His Word. I … Read moreThe NKJV Woman’s Study Bible’ Grow in the Word Giveaway
Tweet I have often looked to the older women with gray hair in the church as role models to the younger women. In the Bible Paul writes about this in Titus 2 and so many times we call them the “Titus 2 Women”. Well, as time goes … Read moreThe Importance of Older Women with Gray Hair in the Church
Tweet Over the years I have noticed that most people are drawn to preaching on end times events. They may want to know if it is the time of Jesus’ return or have a desire to know the future. Some simply are just curious about what the … Read moreEnd Times Bible Chronology
Tweet Did Balaam’s donkey really talk to him? Why did animals talk in this one specific occasion? Why This Question? Why would we even write an article about whether Balaam’s donkey talked or not? Why is that important? For one thing, skeptics who are hostile to Christianity … Read moreDid Balaam’s Donkey Really Talk?
Do you remember what it was like when you were learning how to ride a bike the first time? If your learning experience was anything like mine, you had lots of wobbling, uncertainty, fear of falling, and desiring the security of my mom’s steady hands. Even when my mom assured me I could do it … Read moreKeys to Studying the Bible With Confidence