When we read the Bible, we’re hearing straight from the Author of all things. Here are some ways you can find a manageable reading plan that will work for you.
God loves to provide, we just don’t like to ask.
Have you ever felt like you were outnumbered, outgunned, and defenseless? Find hope in knowing you don’t have to face your enemies alone.
When Biblical principles don’t match up to our cultural or political beliefs, how do we determine which to lean into? Are we still His followers when His worldview conflicts with ours?
Jesus tells a man that has been healed, “Your cleansed and obedient life, not your words, will bear witness to what I have done.” Can people tell that you’ve been healed? Or do they have to just take your word for it?
This is possibly the biggest question we will ever face, because who He is determines who WE are. And that changes everything.
We’re all guilty of not doing enough for the Kingdom, and we have some pretty good excuses for why we can’t. Would you be willing to sacrifice some of your time or money to make a big impact on the lives of others?
I encourage you to make Bible reading, journaling, and prayer a regular practice. Luke 5:16 tells us that even Jesus took time alone to pray and seek the Father, and He did it often.