Sometimes it is difficult to trust the Lord for financial provision, although He promises to take care of our needs over and over in the Bible. This fact is something we must get in our spirit, lay hold of, now before a time of real economic crisis. Revelation 6:5-6 describes a coming financial crisis: “When
“Few people know about widespread unwanted, coerced or even forced abortions in America . Few fully understand its heartbreaking, even deadly, aftermath for teens and women of all ages — especially when the abortion was unwanted or even forced, or if family, friends and even experts have dismissed the injustice … denied the grief …
I have wondered what the precise meaning of “heart” was in the Bible. Our pastor mentioned in one of his sermons that “heart” meant inner most being. Knowing this makes clear several passages. Following are a few examples: God wants us to know truth and wisdom in our inmost being: “Surely you desire truth in
The book of Ruth took place “in the days when the judges ruled…” Ruth 1:1 The time of the judges was a time when “everyone did as he saw fit.” Judges 17:6, 21:25 That expression implies that instead of following the moral law that God had decreed, each person did what THEY thought was right.
The book of Ruth is a book about God. “…the initiative is with Ruth in chapter 2, with Naomi in chapter 3 and with Boaz in chapter 4. None of them can be said to be the person about whom the book is written. But the implication throughout is that God is watching over His people, and
I love our dog Cocoa. Before we had him I couldn’t understand why people loved their dogs so much. Now I do. We have lots of room for Cocoa to run around. However, he likes to get in the neighbor’s garbage even though he has enough food. So we have to keep him tied most