In this excerpt, Daniel explains what it means to be fruitful to God. Please leave any comments below and please vote for the title of the book. God Bless.
It is one thing to say you will do something, but to actually do it is quite another matter. In this devotional from Exodus 24, we discuss the importance of integrity and how to achieve it in a world that sees keeping promises as something that is evil.
The power that human governments have over us were given to them by God. But what happens if these authorities pressure us to obey laws that are contrary to God's law? In the beginning of this new series on the Book of Exodus, we meet two women who face this dilemma and we will learn how they overcame it.
What is it that you value above all things? In this passage from Matthew 22, we will determine what it is that those who are in Christ ought value above all things.
2 “Why do your disciples break the tradition of the elders? They don’t wash their hands before they eat!” 3 Jesus replied, “And why do you break the command of God for the sake of your tradition? 4 For God said, ‘Honor your father and mother’ and ‘Anyone who curses their father or mother is to be put … Continue reading God’s Will versus Tradition
We live in a world that encourages people to defy those who are in authority. Why is there so much hostility towards those in power? In Ecclesiastes 8, the preacher explains the benefits for respecting those who are in power and the consequences of defying them.
How do we truly prove that we love the Lord? Is it enough to say that I love God. Jesus explains in John 14 that this is not the case. We will examine a passage from this chapter and learn what Christ says is proof for loving God.
Why is it important to obey the Commands of the Lord which are found in His Holy Scripture? What benefits are there to following them? Stop and consider the good things which God has given to us, even His commands are good for us.
What do you hold dear and near to your heart? What would happen if God decided to take it all away? Let us examine what Abraham did when he was asked this question through a test of his faith.