Summer’s long days shorten. The scent of cider blots out the smoke of campfires. Kids will return to school. Thus ends the summer of Psalms.
The writer of the book of Hebrews lists at least thirteen things that are better for New Testament believers than what Israel had under the law.
Grace is the hidden gem of Christianity.
I keep wondering if I’m even close to being an ideal Christian.
Walking is not standing. Walking is not sitting. Walking, in fact, requires movement, and you can do it while you’re waiting.
We want easy, don’t we? Or at least for some things to be easy. But the last time I had this thought, God gave me a bit of a spiritual wake up call, too.
Many people don’t attend church. They’ve decided they can worship God anywhere and that “traditional” worship services stifle their relationship with God. But church is essential for a Jesus-believer.
Do you have a favorite Psalm? I love Psalm 103. Check out my reasons and share YOUR favorite Psalm.
O magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt His name together Psalm 34:3 KJV As a child, I was stumped by verses like this that talked about magnifying God. How does a human magnify someone with God’s largess? Then I got older. And I needed reading glasses. Did you know they are nothing …
God gives good gifts, and let's face it, sometimes we misuse them. Often, grace is the most misused of all the Lord's precious promises.