Read Acts 15:22-41 “Key Verse: Acts 15:36 “After some time Paul said to Barnabas, “Let’s return to each city where we preciously preached the word of the Lord, to see how the new believers are getting along.” (NLT) It seems that disagreements and even arguments were not uncommon among the early church. There was the … Continue reading Acting Out: Day 25 — Agree to Disagree
The Biblical account of creation and the early history of humanity is filled with many wonders as well as many unfortunate events. Perhaps one of the saddest verses in the entire Word of God is found in Genesis 4:16, "So Cain left the LORD's presence and settled in the land of Nod." - NLT Settling … Continue reading Living in the Land of Nod
Think about your prized possession for a moment. It doesn't matter what it is, just think about the actual physical item that is your favourite, most valuable possession. Now think about what that item is actually worth. If it were sitting on a table at a yard sale, what would the sticker price say? For … Continue reading What’s It Worth To You?
We often hear people argue that they don't need Jesus since they are fine just the way that they are. "I like the way my life is right now. I don't see why I ought to change," they say. Ah, the "benefits" of sin. Of course they don't want to change, why trade all that … Continue reading The Benefits of Sin
“A sign was fastened above Jesus’ head, announcing the charge against him. It read: ‘This is Jesus, the King of the Jews’.” Matthew 37:37 (NLT) It is important for all of us to recognize the means by which Jesus paid the price for our sins. By dying on the cross, He not only paid our … Continue reading The Four Nails of The Cross
A person's reputation is an important asset. It opens doors and creates opportunities for employment and social impact. Our reputation affects the way people approach us and how they present themselves to us. The problem arises when we lose sight of what truly makes for a great reputation and whom it is that we ought … Continue reading How’s Your Reputation?
Have you ever fallen off a horse, or perhaps more likely a bicycle? Learning to ride can be a trying process. There are often many scrapes and bruises along the way to mastering the skills of learning to pedal and balance, while watching where you are going and steering and braking when necessary. There is … Continue reading Back on The Horsecycle