Every aspect of the suffering and death of Christ has a lesson to tell us. Let us consider the woven crown of thorns that was fashioned for our Savior, the King of Kings.
Our mind is an important gift that God has given to us. It is often attacked from without and from within. It is up to us, by the grace of God, to keep it under control.
Most people that call themselves Christians know about the Passover story in the Book of Exodus. How does that passage apply to us today?
Most times when we read about David he is doing something correct in the eyes of God. Even so, from time to time trouble would come into his life that he did not ask for.
You might have noticed that some true Christians really appear to “have it all together." They are at peace and are active in the kingdom of God. Others might not be. Basically it is a growing process for all disciples of Christ. But a blessed state of being is possible for any disciple.
He became king at eight years old, and the realm that became his was infested with sin.
(BPT) – The holiday season is upon us, and as you prepare to enjoy all the wonderful things associated with this time of year, don’t forget to keep child safety top of mind so the entire family has a jolly holiday.
He was fleeing for his life but he came across the Giver of Life that could change his life.
I still remember being enthralled when reading a brief but touching passage involving a healing through Christ. To this day, the more I read that passage the more awesome treasure I find about the Savior, Jesus Christ.
Jesus continues teaching the people who had gathered to hear Him speak on the mountain in Matthew chapter seven. The things which Jesus taught to the people amazed the people, because He taught them as one having authority to teach these things unlike their priests who teach Moses’ Teachings do.