Many Christians are familiar with the blessings quoted in Deuteronomy Chapter 28. How do we know that those blessings are for believers in Jesus, and not exclusively for those children of Israel who are under the Old Covenant?
A lot of people seem to hold this idea of God being the big angry Ruler in the sky, throwing lightning bolts at those who for whatever reason get on His nerves.
What does God want us to do? To put it succinctly, He wants us to do the right thing. To address it from a Biblical perspective…
The tradition that I grew up in taught that one should never ask God for things. If you were impoverished… be spiritual and suck it up.
Our sister Judy Ann teaches us about the blessing and favor of the Lord…
This week, we receive wisdom from God through Judy Ann regarding how God blesses us.
As a father loves and pities his children, so the Lord loves and pities those who fear Him [with reverence, worship, and awe]. Psalm 103:13 [MSG]
The prophet Micah wrote, “He has showed you, O man, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you but to do justly, and to love kindness and mercy, and to humble yourself and walk humbly with your God?” Yet how many people who call themselves Christians do the exact opposite, treating people worse than the devil would. What is up with that?
If you were to turn to the Book of Billie Holiday, you would read the following passage: Them that’s got shall get Them that’s not shall lose So the Bible said and it still is news Mama may have, Papa may have But God bless the child that’s got his own That’s got his own […]