Hello! Hello! Welcome to a new month. In honor of Valentine's Day I've started a series on LOVE. What it looks like in different scenarios in the Bible. You may have also noticed that the site has a new name. I finally bought my own domain and I'm thrilled!!!!! The purpose of this blog as always is to talk... Continue Reading →
Mark is the earliest gospel written, though it's NOT the first book written in the New Testament. The point of writing the epistles, for example, was to teach new believers the truth of all they knew and to give them practical instructions. The truth of Jesus on the other hand, what He taught, what He... Continue Reading →
I wrote about the division of the tribes of Israel and their different blessings and what occurred because of their actions last week. In case you missed it, you can read it here. In this post let's talk about the rest of the Book of Numbers. Numbers is the 4th book in the Pentatuech and... Continue Reading →
Many of us have been where Paul and Silas were. If not in an actual prison, we have been terribly wronged and for no reason of our making. We have been abused, insulted, mocked and scorned. For honoring God and proclaiming Him to others. Do we turn to worship in that moment? Or do we... Continue Reading →
I have been reading and re reading the Book of Numbers to write a post and I have been really enamored of this devotional (that is available on YouVersion). The summary of Numbers will come in a few weeks , but I wanted to share this with you in the meantime. "Rhythms" A new phase... Continue Reading →
Carole Sparks from Not about me and Julie Dibbles from Julie Dibble Writes have asked bloggers to contribute posts detailing/ regarding/ describing their journey towards becoming Christ like. This, like always, is a part of my story, not the whole picture. I'm not perfect and I'm constantly and consistently being worked on by the Holy... Continue Reading →
All right, we are nearly there 🙂 The gospel of Luke will be over with this post and one more. If you've missed Luke part 1 : Jesus is willing., Luke part 2 : Jesus the healer. and Luke part 3 : Jesus the Teacher. , click on the links. A little re cap, there's no internal... Continue Reading →
Finally, the shepherd cares for the sheep because he loves them and wants to maintain his own good reputation as a faithful shepherd. As we’ve seen in Psalm 23, the analogy of the Lord as the Good Shepherd was also applied by Jesus in John chapter 10. In declaring that He is the shepherd of the sheep, Jesus is confirming that He is God. The Eternal God is our Shepherd. And we would not want it any other way.