Four Angels Took Him Home to Heavenby Jan Hughes 3/27/2015 / Death
Angels do take believers in God through Jesus Christ home to heaven. Jesus told us to love even our enemies in this life. Jesus will reward us for everything He places in our hearts to do for Him. This man did. He also brought me closer to Jesus, and he changed my life through his life.
INTERCESSION PRAYERby Sue Darling 3/26/2015 / Church Life
The ministry of intercession prayer is so underrated. People tend to think it is the least important ministry. I feel it is the most important one.
Good News on A Wednesday Afternoonby Theresa Vogel Millward 3/26/2015 / Skits and Plays
As a child, did you attend a Good News Club? They are an interdenominational Christian program for 5-12 year old children featuring a Bible lesson, singing, learning a memory verse, and fun games. This particular Good News Club is on a Wednesday afternoon.
I Heard You Call My Nameby Jan Hughes 3/26/2015 / Poetry
God encourages us to remember that, for all who trust in God through Jesus Christ, the loss in this life of a loved one is only for a while. Somestimes, when you are hurting so deeply, He causes you to hear your beloved call your name.
MOM'S BACK-UP PLANSby linzy bruno 3/26/2015 / Parenting
"Growing up in the seventies; our family life could be described by an expression I've heard that says something about "living by the seat of one's pants......"
God on our Termsby jacqui julyan 3/25/2015 / Poetry
What would we do Lord without your Holy Spirit .... What a gift! What a promise!
Just make sure Lord that it fits in with our own agenda and time frame .... We just can't afford to make things messy
POTATO PANCAKESby linzy bruno 3/25/2015 / Short Stories
""Ouch that hurts," she said, talking in her sleep. She continued dreaming until the pain of the potatoes landing on her head woke her up....."
A Beautiful Old Testament Parableby Dr. Henderson Ward 3/25/2015 / Leadership
Most people are very familiar with the New Testament parables of Jesus Christ; and that includes non-believers. How many people know that the Old Testament have many excellent parables?
How To Influence Your Kids' Behaviorby Abby Kelly 3/24/2015 / Parenting
In order to avoid sin of all kinds, including violent behavior, Scripture tells us that we must instill God's Word in our hearts and keep our lives according to His principles. But how do we do that?
Mind Your Thoughtsby Olawale Ogunsola 3/24/2015 / Relationships
What are the thoughts you entertain in your heart? Watch! Your thoughts determine who you are and how others response to you.
Knocking on The Doorby Scott McKenzie 3/24/2015 / Poetry
The LORD IS MY LIGHT. He walks with me in times of Sadness and triumph. He brings me great Joy. I love Him with all my heart.
Hebrews Chapter 11 and Faith, Part 2by Karl Kemp 3/24/2015 / Bible Studies
Hebrews 11:7-40 are discussed verse-by-verse here in Part 2. We can learn a lot about faith from these verses. I believe the two page discussion under Heb. 11:7 is quite important: Did Noah become "an heir of the righteousness which is according to faith," or "by" or "by means of" "the righteousness which is according to faith"?
Wish the Fish 08 (charity)by louis gander 3/24/2015 / Parenting
Then one day something bad occurred
that took all that he had.
And that's when Koi could help no more -
so then they thought him bad.
So Grandpa Koi, now penniless,
was nowhere to be found -
but they demanded he come forth -
and stop fooling around.
Leadership Lessons Daily 83by ETURUVIE EREBOR 3/24/2015 / Devotionals
The Leader Must Know the Origin of His Authority
Korah, Dathan and Abiram challenged Moses, saying, "We are all holy, so why do you lift yourself above us?"
Do Your Partby Taylor Cummings 3/23/2015 / Devotionals
Do you struggle with the balance between allowing God to be in control and doing your part? I do too. Find out what God has been laying on my heart about this subject.
Titles That Define Youby Taylor Cummings 3/23/2015 / Devotionals
What titles define you? Are you ready to be defined by what God says about you? Hear about my struggle with titles and what God taught me through the process.
The Fulfilling Lifeby Taylor Cummings 3/23/2015 / Devotionals
Are you looking for a fulfilling life? Find out how to begin living that life by seeing what God has to say about it in His Word.
Feel the warm blood dripping down your hands. Listen to the bellowing of the cows, the noise of the sheep and the birds. Smell the burning of flesh and hair on the altar. The demands of God's holiness, namely, that our sin must be paid for by blood, carry a stench about them.
The Comparison Rutby Toni Babcock 3/23/2015 / Womens Interest
One of the most disheartening tendencies among women in general is a propensity to compare ourselves among ourselves.
Be A Beaconby Theresa Vogel Millward 3/23/2015 / Christian Living
Christ doesn't want anyone to stumble. As we walk our path through life, he wants to shed light on the shadows that lurk along the way.
God Stepped Inby Scott McKenzie 3/23/2015 / Health
This is an article showing us how faith in Jesus can help us overcome insurmountable obstacles.
41 Healthy Activities to do Instead of Drinkingby stephanie reck 3/23/2015 / Christian Living
Have you recently stopped drinking or desire to, but feel you would have nothing to do? I have composed a list of healthy activities that can replace drinking. However, no activity can replace the life-transforming relationship with Jesus Christ. If you are not a Christian, will power alone or self-help groups, cannot be enough. The power for lasting change and hope is in Jesus Christ. How do I know this?
Hebrews Chapters 11 and Faith, Part 1 (of 2 Parts)by Karl Kemp 3/23/2015 / Bible Studies
We can learn a lot about faith from Hebrews chapter 11. For one thing, the word faith is used twenty-five times. Faith is an attitude of the heart where we put God first (and the things associated with God), which includes trusting Him, believing what He says, and obeying Him. This definition doesn't tell us all we need to know about the meaning of faith in the New Testament, but it is very helpful.
Leadership Lessons Daily 82by ETURUVIE EREBOR 3/23/2015 / Devotionals
The Leader's Authority Will Be Challenged
When Korah, Dathan and Abiram said to Moses and Aaron, "ye take too much upon you.....wherefore then lift ye up yourselves above the congregation of the Lord?" They were challenging Moses' authority as leader.
Leadership Lessons Daily 81by ETURUVIE EREBOR 3/23/2015 / Devotionals
No One Rebels Alone
When Korah, Dathan and Abiram, rose up against Moses in rebellion, the Bible says, "and they rose up before Moses, with certain of the children of Israel, two hundred and fifty princes of the assembly
Leadership Lessons Daily 80by ETURUVIE EREBOR 3/23/2015 / Devotionals
Rebels Want the Perks that Come with Leading
Three men, namely, Korah, Dathan and Abiram, took men and rose up against Moses in rebellion. They said, "Ye take too much upon you, seeing all the congregation are holy
Leadership Lessons Daily 79by ETURUVIE EREBOR 3/23/2015 / Devotionals
Leaders Take People Forward or Backward
Following the negative report given by ten of the twelve spies Moses sent to survey the land of Canaan, the children of Israel decided to return to Egypt.
Leadership Lessons Daily 78by ETURUVIE EREBOR 3/23/2015 / Devotionals
Those Who Seek to Share the Leader's Glory Must Partake of the Leader's Story
The mother of James and John, sons of Beelzebub, once paid Jesus a surprise visit. She had a request to make.
Leadership Lessons Daily 77by ETURUVIE EREBOR 3/23/2015 / Devotionals
The Leader Must Manage Information Wisely
Moses sent twelve men to spy the land of Canaan. When they returned, without privately hearing their report, he allowed them speak to the entire congregation.
Indifferenceby Don Pedal 3/22/2015 / Christian Living
Are you tired of hearing the world's problems? Do you get the feeling sometimes that you plate is full and you are just going to ignore it all. God has an answer for you.
Easter Joy Returnsby Renee Root 3/22/2015 / Holidays
The story of how I ran from God because my mother was called home to be with the Lord and I lost everything I owned and how God brought me back to be right with him.
V IS FOR VICTORYby Dr. Henderson Ward 3/22/2015 / Christian Living
Humans, with few exceptions, have been easy victims of evil and Satan over the centuries until Jesus came. Jesus accomplished the most amazing victory over the old enemy, for us all, as we shall see.
LOVE ONE ANOTHERby Sue Darling 3/21/2015 / Christian Living
love one another also means to love people that you may not want to love, for example a person from a particular race.
Camel - My Inspirationby Louise Lee 3/21/2015 / Christian Living
Today, camels are very popular especially in the lands to the south and east of Palestine. They are widely used as a mean of transportation. They are like our cars today. Camels have also become treasured possessions of the Jewish people in Bible times. However, camels actually have temper; they are by nature ill tempered, intricate and at times dangerous. They were not as what we see them today.
Making a Moveby Louise Lee 3/21/2015 / Christian Living
My experience of moving has taught me great lessons, that include things that I did right and things I was ignorant of. I would like to share this with people like you who are contemplating making a long distance move be it a career change, migration or going on a long term mission trip.
The All-knowing God!by Mike Stockwell 3/20/2015 / Christian Apologetics
One of the greatest testaments to Biblical accuracy and proof that God Himself wrote this wondrous book through His prophets is fulfilled prophecy!
Victory in Christby James Webb 3/20/2015 / Devotionals
Is there true victory to be found in this life? The apostle Paul under inspiration thought so. Now in Christ, those who believe in Him have access to an unlimited source of victory to help face the trials of this life and ultimately gain victory over them.
A Demonstration of Faithby James Webb 3/20/2015 / Devotionals
Do we like the Roman centurion found in the story of Matthew 8, verses 5-13, live in such a faith relationship with Christ that all Christ has to do is say the word and that is good enough for us? It is ultimately individuals with this kind of faith that will find themselves - according to Christ's words - sitting down "with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob" when all is said and done.
See The Person On The Insideby French Miller 3/20/2015 / Christian Living
"From now on, we regard no one according to the flesh" -2 Corinthians 5:16, You can never know a person by how they look or dress, we should learn the story before we judge the cover of the book.
Vital Truths for Sober Peopleby Dr. Henderson Ward 3/20/2015 / Christian Living
Humans have a dirty habit of pretending to want the truth, but when the truth is presented, and it does not rhyme with their pet ideas, they show great resentment. But the truth is still worth knowing.
The heart of Paul is Christby jacqui julyan 3/20/2015 / Devotionals
Paul claimed at that point before Grace fell upon him, that he could see, yet the LORD blinded him to show him that the law counts for nothing.
Christians Must Not Allow Differences in Non-Essential Matters to Hinder Unityby Max Aplin 3/20/2015 / Christian Living
There are some Christians who regard all believers outside their own denomination as no more than half-brothers and half-sisters in Christ. However, even when we are convinced that professing Christians are quite seriously mistaken about something, there are many times when it is nevertheless right to regard them as full brothers and sisters in Christ. In fact, there is no such thing as a half-brother or half-sister in Christ. If someone says they are a Christian, we should treat that person as a full brother or sister unless they do or say something intolerable, in which case we should treat them as a false brother or sister.
What's this thing about Jesusby jacqui julyan 3/19/2015 / Devotionals
If someone had told me at the beginning of my Christian walk that it was all about getting to know Jesus the PERSON I would not have believed them. How can a person know God? God is remote isn't he
Leadership Lessons Daily 76by ETURUVIE EREBOR 3/18/2015 / Devotionals
Our View of Situations is Based on Our Self-Perception
Twelve men were sent to spy the land of Canaan. Ten of them said,"And there we saw the giants.....and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight."
Leadership Lessons Daily 75by ETURUVIE EREBOR 3/18/2015 / Devotionals
Never Underestimate Yourself
Moses sent out twelve men to spy the land of Canaan. He wanted to have a proper picture of the land and what they were to expect as they prepared to possess it.
SO WHAT'S YOUR NAME?by Dr. Henderson Ward 3/18/2015 / Christian Living
Some names parents just do not give their children, because a name has connotations, and good parents do not want to bedevil their children with inappropriate names. Your name should not define who you are, it should not be an indication as to whether you are good or bad.
Leadership Lessons Daily 74by ETURUVIE EREBOR 3/18/2015 / Devotionals
Leaders Require a Large Heart to Forgive
God punished Miriam for speaking against Moses, yet Moses cried to God on her behalf saying, "heal her now, O God, I beesech thee." She had offended him, but he prayed for her.
Leadership Lessons Daily 73by ETURUVIE EREBOR 3/18/2015 / Devotionals
No Leader Delights in the Suffering of His Followers
Miriam and Aaron sinned against Moses when they spoke against him. God rebuked them verbally and left Miriam covered in leprosy.
Leadership Lessons Daily 72by ETURUVIE EREBOR 3/18/2015 / Devotionals
Deal With Offenders Quickly and Without Delay
We learn a very important lesson from the way God handled Miriam and Aaron when they spoke against Moses. God is the ultimate leader and our perfect example.
Leadership Lessons Daily 71by ETURUVIE EREBOR 3/18/2015 / Devotionals
Don't Compare Yourself with the Leader
Miriam and Aaron, like many followers, tried to compare themselves with Moses. They said, "Hath the Lord indeed spoken only by Moses? Hath He not spoken also by us?"
Leadership Lessons Daily 70by ETURUVIE EREBOR 3/18/2015 / Devotionals
Leaders Need Prayers
Moses was a great man but like many leaders, he was far from perfect. Miriam and Aaron, like many followers, took it upon themselves to point out his error in marrying an Ethiopian woman.
Leadership Lessons Daily 69by ETURUVIE EREBOR 3/18/2015 / Devotionals
Even Great Leaders Have Flaws
Moses was a great man and had accomplished great feats especially in Egypt but he was far from perfect and those who followed him knew this. One day Miriam and Aaron spoke against Moses
Leadership Lessons Daily 68by ETURUVIE EREBOR 3/18/2015 / Devotionals
Meekness is a Requirement for Great Leadership
Moses led a mixed multitude of three million people out of Egypt. That is, three million murmuring and complaining people who were ungrateful and unmindful of his personal sacrifice.
Leadership Lessons Daily 67by ETURUVIE EREBOR 3/18/2015 / Devotionals
Secure Leaders are Happy When Others are Empowered
In a bid to lighten the load that Moses carried, God said, "Gather unto me seventy of the elders.and I will take of the spirit which is upon thee and will put it upon them; and they shall bear the burden of the people with thee
Leadership Lessons Daily 66by ETURUVIE EREBOR 3/18/2015 / Devotionals
When the Burden is Shared the Load is Lighter
When the children of Israel complained one more time, a weary Moses said to God, "Wherefore hast thou afflicted thy servant? And wherefore have I not found favour in thy sight, that thou layest the burden of all this people upon me?
Leadership Lessons Daily 65by ETURUVIE EREBOR 3/18/2015 / Devotionals
Even Great Leaders Become Weary
Once again, the children of Israel complained; this time, not only was the anger of the Lord kindled, Moses too was displeased and said the God, "Wherefore hast thou afflicted thy servant?