Do You Have Beautiful Feet? This chapter in Romans seems out of place. It addresses the Jewish people in Israel not the Romans.
Aren’t all humans GOD’s children? Yes and no. This verse in John holds powerful insights into the Gospel message.
Okay. I have to chuckle. Context is so important. Did you read verse 14? “‘Fear not, you worm Jacob, you men of Israel! . . .”
Sounds simple: Cast all our worries on GOD. Sometimes it doesn’t feel that way, does it? At times we can feel like the weight of all our burdens reside on our weary shoulders.
Did you know there are more than 40 passages that speak of GOD’s mercy and lovingkindness? And they’re not in the New Testament.
This verse has been taken out of context so many times. Used in ways that inevitably cause discouragement, even as far as a crisis of faith. It is said that “Scripture will interpret Scripture.”
Makes sense, right. If someone designs and builds something, they know best how it works.
Most of you know of my love of the book of Proverbs. Reading a chapter each day for nearly two decades has changed my life in all areas of life: my relationship with our Heavenly Father, parenting, mentoring, finance, business decisions, etc., etc., etc.
The Biblical day begins at sundown. “. . . So there was evening and there was morning—one day.” (Genesis 1:5b, TLV). So, it is interesting . . .