Did you know that we can grieve the Holy Spirit? But what does that mean? And how do we do that? Is there a difference between quenching the Spirit of God and grieving Him? If you don’t know the answers, then let’s study the Word together to see what it tells us so we don’t grieve the Spirit of God.
Inductive Bible Study is designed to help you get more out of the Word of God than a casual reading would produce. This is where we dig in to gain a deeper understanding of God’s Word. We are starting the first of five studies covering the book of First John. Today we look at 1 John, chapter 1 as we find out what happens when declarations are made.
I read it almost every day on Facebook and Instagram. So many women are mentioning how discouraged they are. It doesn’t matter who you are, what you do, how long you’ve been a Christian or where you live. The enemy is attacking and you need to hold your ground in the fight against discouragement.
You are who He says you are. You don’t need to compare yourself to anyone else any longer. When you look in the mirror, smile back at yourself and remind yourself of Biblical truths such as “I am blessed in the heavenly places.” Stick around a bit as we discover who we are in Christ which makes us unique.
Have you heard of the ACTS Prayer Model before? It isn’t new as it has been around for many years. I used to teach my Sunday School classes how to pray using this simple acrostic. It is so easy to learn that many adults have adopted this method as well. We like “easy”, right?
Are you seeking a more inspired prayer time with God but you don’t know what to pray? Do you want to enter that place in the Holy of Holies but aren’t sure how to get there? I can help you with that with this free printable of Powerful Breakthrough Verses to Pray the ACTS Way! This is based on the ACTS Prayer Model: A Simple Prayer Routine.Continue reading → The ACTS Way: Pray the Word
Have you thought of writing out the books of the Bible? That’s a pretty hefty goal, right? When you think of the 66 books in the Bible, yes, it is a pretty big goal, but what if you wrote them out one book at a time? You could begin with a challenge to yourself to write out the book of Colossians. That would be a great starting place if it is your first time to handwrite the Bible.
The scribes have been handwriting the Word of God for thousands of years. I can just imagine what it must have been like to carefully write out the words as they were inspired by the Holy Spirit. So, with all the hard copies and digital versions of the Bible available today, why should we handwrite the Bible ourselves?