This year--and every year--we must live by faith by constant prayer and Scripture reading. . . . Habakkuk 2:4.
In the New Testament, love covers a multitude of sins, but it does not mean that sin is to be ignored or viewed lightly. . . . Deuteronomy 13:6-11.
I was substitute teaching in a class where they had to write a practice SAT essay, and I decided to follow the prompt myself. . . . 2 Timothy 3:16.
Valentine's Day 2020 is a flurry of emotions: some absolutely amazing, some more melancholy. . . . Song of Songs 8:6-7.
It is biblical to raise your hands during worship (though certainly not mandated). . . . Galatians 4:6-7.
Just like sacrifices in the Old Testament were submitted to the will of the priest, so must we be submissive to the will of our High Priest--Jesus Christ. . . . Romans 12:1.
It's not about how much you read in the Bible as it is about how satisfied you are by what you read therein. . . . Matthew 5:6.
Some things that appear healthy from afar are terminally ill when looked at more closely. . . . various scriptures.
When it comes to killing sin, view it as dead already in Christ and temptation will lose its hold on you. . . . Genesis 22:2.
What does cheerleading, writing, and being an evangelical Christian have in common? . . . 1 Corinthians 9:16b.