Category: Bible

  • I Lift Up My Eyes to the Fields

    I Lift Up My Eyes to the Fields

    This is a lovely article that reminds us of the loving care of our heavenly Father. And it mentions Pikes Peak, of which I live in its shadow! From blogger Glenna Marshall……………….

  • How to Pray When You’re Struggling with Your Bible Study

    How to Pray When You’re Struggling with Your Bible Study

    Just like any other important endeavor, we should ideally prayer before, during, and also after. From Crossway………….

  • This link to the article on The Gospel Coalition site looks a little wonky, but I encourage you to go ahead and click on the article title because you will find it worth it due to all of the useful links and the helpful words from singer Bethany Barnard. By the way, she wrote one […]

  • Why Study Church History?

    Why Study Church History?

    C.S. Lewis once made the observation that modern people were intellectual snobs about the past, thinking that nothing about the past was better or instructive to us in the modern age. But that is so wrong for us in the Body of Christ. This article makes this point well. From pastor and author Andrew Davis […]

  • Being Led by the Holy Spirit — Sparkling Gems from the Greek

    Being Led by the Holy Spirit — Sparkling Gems from the Greek

    This article makes the important point that it is one thing to ask the Holy Spirit to bless something you have already decided to do, and another to determine to wait on Him and not do anything until you hear from Him! From Crosswalk.com…………..

  • https://www.knowableword.com/2021/08/30/what-we-miss-when-we-skip-the-book-of-lamentations/?utm_source=SpecificFeeds&utm_medium=email

    https://www.knowableword.com/2021/08/30/what-we-miss-when-we-skip-the-book-of-lamentations/?utm_source=SpecificFeeds&utm_medium=email

    We might be tempted to skip this book in the Old Testament, because it seems like going to Barnes & Noble and looking for a book titled The Saddest Book Ever. But Lamentations has a lot of good things for us (like everything in the Bible, a mixture of some bad with much good). This […]

  • 6 Lessons from Philippians to Encourage Believers

    6 Lessons from Philippians to Encourage Believers

    The Epistle to the Philippians is one of my favorite parts of the New Testament, and this article highlights the encouragements to be gained from reading and meditating on this wonderful letter from Paul. From Crosswalk.com…………… https://www.crosswalk.com/faith/bible-study/lessons-from-philippians-to-encourage-believers.html

  • A Lesson on Prayer from a Depressed Charles Spurgeon

    A Lesson on Prayer from a Depressed Charles Spurgeon

    Many people were not aware that the great 19th Century preacher and writer Charles Spurgeon struggled with often debilitating and crushing depression. This means he also labored with prayer. So, he provides a model for us mere mortals who also struggle. Here is a little tidbit: “The essence of prayer lies in the heart drawing […]

  • The Gratitude of Jesus Christ

    The Gratitude of Jesus Christ

    This article reminds us that Jesus was always thanking His Father during His ministry. Do we have this same mindset? From Two Journeys……………………………. https://twojourneys.org/articles/detail/2292123/the-gratitude-of-jesus-christ/

  • Good Questions Brought Up by Ecclesiastes 3

    Good Questions Brought Up by Ecclesiastes 3

    More in the series from minister and biblical counselor Jared Ingle as he examines the Book of Ecclesiastes. This time, he looks at a number of issues brought up in Chapter 3, including peace, love and hate……………..