We struggle with doubt, death, debt, destruction, and disease and, we think that all of it is somehow to makes us stronger: stronger beasts of burden. And then the cycle repeats itself all over again. How many times have we left something at the altar in prayer just to go and take it back again before leaving for home?
The biblical story is a generosity story. When we read the Bible cover to cover focusing on this theme, we will be blown away by how lavishly generous our Lord is. Accordingly, by grace, we should experience a transformed heart that replaces joy in getting with joy in giving.
Are you going through trials today? If yes, let these Bible verses lift your spirit and give you the strength you need to go through your life! Check out these most encouraging Bible verses now!
So go ahead and pick your next Bible reading plan, but you’re going to need the motivation to open that reading plan when you don’t feel like it. Here are the five reasons to open your Bible.
Do you want to learn the lessons we can derive from Psalm 91? If yes, you better read this ultimate guide to understanding Psalm 91!
Sadly, many people who call themselves Christians live functionally compartmentalized lives. Whether they realize it or not, they have divided their lives neatly into two drawers: real-life and spiritual life.
Your mind is like a garden. The question is, are you sowing seeds of positivity or negativity? Here’s a blog that will massively transform your life by simply changing your thoughts!
When we align ourselves with Christ, we become a new creature, one who is not afraid to spread the gospel. But like with anything else, it takes practice.
Sometimes we feel we want someone to acknowledge how hard we have worked and what we have been through in our journey. But we shouldn’t think that way. There is this story during Jesus’ journey where he healed two blind men, and you know what he said after he healed them?