Category Archives: bible study

What Will You Leave Behind?

Stages in Israel’s (Your) Journey       Numbers 33: 1- 55 1Here are the stages in the journey of the Israelites when they came out of Egypt by divisions under the leadership of Moses and Aaron. 2At the Lord’s command Moses recorded the stages … Continue reading

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Rock Bottom

In 2 Peter 1:5-7 Peter put faith first and then listed the other qualities. Every writer thinks strategically about word placement. There’s a reason Peter started with faith. 5 For this very reason, make every effort to add to your faith goodness; … Continue reading

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The Last Resort

Who was Jesus to me? He was a storybook character like Santa Claus and Prince Charming. I went to Sunday school and endured goofy flannel-board stories narrated by ladies that seemed very old. At age 12, I quit going to Sunday school … Continue reading

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Atheist Professor, Holly Ordway, Becomes Christian.

Dr. Holly Ordway has published a book titled Not God’s Type, telling her personal story. She begins “I had never in my life said a prayer, never been to a church service. Christmas meant presents a… Source: Atheist Professor, Holly … Continue reading

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A Hot Day in Samaria

John 4:4-17, 28-30 A Hot Day in Samaria This passage is about the time that Jesus encountered a woman at a town well. Scholars debate whether the story is allegorical or literal. Either way, my mind gets blown. For starters, a … Continue reading

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Omni-this, Omni-that: This is that important

I was reading Beth Moore’s The Beloved Disciple, and came across this sentence, “Satan is not omnipotent.” I put the book down to think through God’s omnis and Satan’s lack of omnis. God is omnipresent. Satan is not. Therefore, because I have authority … Continue reading

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Seven Lethal Assumptions by Andy Stanley

Every Andy Stanley Youtube video my spouse and I watch is excellent. Go look him up if you haven’t watched/heard Andy before. In the meantime, here’s a good list from him. Seven Lethal Assumptions 1. “If I find the right person, … Continue reading

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