To reemphasize, if someone has offended you and you bring it to his or her attention, if the offender has asked forgiveness and attempted to make it right, your requirement is to forgive them. And how will the other person know that you have forgiven them? It is through these three simple words, “I forgive you!”
Have you ever thought about what you have done over the entire course of your life?
Why is it that we do not see such great love today for our Savior, Jesus? Is our faith so weak that we have a low sense of obligation to the Lord?
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?
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?”
When reading and studying the Word of God, I often journal Scriptures that jump out at me during my study. Then I often pray using these Scriptures in my prayers.
If you want to change the world, start with yourself and how you treat others.
Written by Kay Lee Vincent
Wow!! I think I am going to shout!! Do you feel the praise we should be feeling for His abounding never ending love?
Wow! That is a lot of drama for our little community! At the same time, the “Be Kind” movement is all around our town with families and businesses hanging “Be Kind” signs on their front porches as well as in their businesses.