How many of you know people who were very ill and they made promises and then recovered and went back to what they were doing before the illness?
Happy Thanksgiving! I pray you will be blessed today spending time with loved ones and family. Thanksgiving is a time of year to give thanks to God for all the blessings received this year. Many wonder though with Covid, how is that a blessing? That itself is another story and we can expound on thatContinue reading “Give Thanks with a Grateful Heart!”
Today, we will continue in the study of Mark 2:1-12, Matthew 9:2-8, Luke 5:17-26. We are also adding Psalm 139:1-6. In our study from November 23, 2020, we are continuing in studying about when Jesus healed the paralytic. Today, we will focus on how God uses illness to bring us closer to Him as wellContinue reading “Jesus Who Knows Us Completely Can Forgive Us Entirely”
Today, we are continuing our study with JC Ryle. Before we venture into today’s devotion, let me tell you a little about Ryle. JC Ryle was born in 1816 and died in 1900. He was the first Anglican Bishop of Liverpool. He was a writer, pastor and an evangelical preacher. As I had mentioned yesterday,Continue reading “Is the Fall of Man the Cause of the Pandemic?”
Do you identify with the Christian faith and yet you use profanity? Do you ever say the GD word? If so, then you might want to read on. Just yesterday, I was going out to my car at night to get something out of the car and I saw a neighbor walking down the street.Continue reading “Profanity and Cursing: Do you proclaim to be a Christian?”
All who take refuge in you rejoice, let them ever sing joy, and spread your protection over them. Those who love your name may exult in you, for you bless the righteous, Oh Lord, you cover them with favor as with a shield.
Dear Lord, You are my shield, my Glory, and the Lifter of my head. I cry out to You and you answer me. When I go to sleep, I wake up and You have sustained me.
Today’s reading comes from Luke 19:10. But before we get to that verse, let’s see the context in which Jesus spoke of why He came into the world. Let’s read Luke 19:1-10 (ESV): He entered Jericho and was passing through. 2 And behold, there was a man named Zacchaeus. He was a chief tax collector and wasContinue reading “Jesus Came to Seek and Save the Lost”
The reason he could not find God was because he was dead in his trespasses and his transgressions.
In many things I have offended, In all come short of thy glory; Pardon my iniquity, for it is great.