God’s Promises in Genesis show the way to the Messiah. We see Him in creation and we see the foretelling of His coming through the descendants of Abraham, Jacob, and Joseph, seeing God’s Promises in Genesis fulfilled in Jesus.
As Christians, we often examine the various holidays and consider whether or not to participate in them. The origins of…
The heart is vital to us in the natural and the physical. It needs to be healthy and guarded and we need checkups to ensure its health. See what the Bible says and get the EBook course – A Heart After God’s Own Heart.
As you consider your Bible reading for 2021, how about reading through the Epistles? All you need is a daily reading calendar, some journaling pages, maybe some study prompts and you are on your way. You also need a reading plan that lets you read a little everyday. Let’s look at how to read the New Testament Epistles in 2021.
Most of us are familiar with the Scripture where God calls King David “a man after My own heart” and we often refer to David as a man after God’s own heart. As we look at the Word to understand more about having a heart after God like David did, we will see what it means and how to keep our heart ready and prepared for more of God. We will also see that we are responsible for the condition of our own heart. God helps and heals but we must maintain a heart after God at all times. Preparing Your Heart For More of God EBook Devotional is one of the steps in this process and you can purchase the EBook Devotional to prepare your own heart by working through this 14 day devotional. Prepare your heart to receive all God has for you.
You might be asking yourself why you should study as opposed to just reading. The short answer is – you don’t have to if you don’t want to. However, reading the Bible is not like reading any other book. Why? Find the answers here.