What happens when God tells his prophet, Hosea, to marry a prostitute? That’s how this book of the Bible starts, painting for us an amazing picture of God’s faithfulness to us in the midst of our neglect and unfaithfulness toward him.
Where do you go during your times of distress?
Just some things that stood out from today’s time with Jesus in 1 Samuel 4-8.
There seems to be a common theme that God is bringing to the forefront this morning: Faithfulness.
Again, here’s a podcast about some things that stood out to me from our Bible reading in the Read Scripture app over the past few days. I pray that this blesses you. Love you all.
New podcast from my time with Jesus in Joshua and the Psalms. I pray that it’s a blessing… Also, here’s a podcast that Nick Craig (co-leader of our Equip Apologetics ministry at Purpose Claremont) created from an apologetics viewpoint on Joshua 5: Love you all more than you know.
Sometimes, God just likes like to spoil his kids. I’m convinced that there are times when God just likes to spoil his kids a little bit. As I read Deuteronomy 34 this morning, I was reminded of that fact. Love you all more than you know.
“So I will sing praises to your name, as I perform my vows day after day.” ― Psalm 61:8 (ESV) As I spent time with Jesus this morning in the Read Scripture Bible reading plan we are all doing today, I came across this last verse in my reading and just stopped. I pulled out a highlighter to mark it …
Below is the audio from a podcast that I made this morning just sharing some of the things that stood out to me from our time in the Read Scripture app. I pray that it’s helpful. And please comment below with anything that stood out to you or email me at email@example.com. I would love to hear what God is …
“You shall be holy to me, for I the LORD am holy, and have separated you from the peoples, that you should be mine.” ― Leviticus 20:26 (ESV) Remember that “wonderful” experience (notice the sarcasm) in elementary school of being picked for teams during recess? The same two kids were captains every time, and the picking of teams went the …
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