God’s plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope (Jeremiah 29:11)

Let’s consider this popular verse. Some will claim this is written to the Jews in exile and does not apply to us today. But, let’s look at this verse and consider the context and see what we can learn about God and his plans for us. Let’s consider these people. God had plans for them. Who were they? Where were they? What does this tell us about the character of God? Does God have plans for us? Are God’s plans good, Continue reading God’s plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope (Jeremiah 29:11)

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101 verses on how to know what is the will of God

Here are 101 verses on God’s will for you. From God working in Old Testament saints to God’s will for you today. Please carefully read these and put them into practice in your life. It will be worth it now and forever. Because, “this world is fading away, along with everything that people crave. But anyone who does what pleases God will live forever.” (1 John 2:17)

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What if God is right and you are wrong?

If we consider the sum total of all possible knowledge in the entire universe, either God knows everything or he is not God. If God does not know everything, then sometimes he might be wrong. If God does not know everything, then there might be another god who knows more than him. And, that god would be God. If God is God, then he is always right. How about you? Could you be wrong?

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Do not frustrate the grace of God

My old self has been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me. So I live in this earthly body by trusting in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me. (Galatians 2:20 NLT) I do not frustrate the grace of God: for if righteousness is attainable by the law, then Christ hath died in vain. (Galatians 2:21 WBT)

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What offerings can we bring to the Lord?

This is a very important question. All the religions of the world differ in their response. Each religion makes requirements of what offerings you need to bring to God. Each religion describes what makes God happy. But, what does the Bible say? What can we bring to the Lord? How can we make God happy?

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3 requirements for effectual fervent prayer: ask, seek, and knock

The 3 requirements for fervent effectual prayer are ask, seek, and knock. The Christian life is an active life, it motivates, and it works. You need to ask the will of God. You need to actively seek the answer. Then, you have to put the answer into action. All 3 of these are required. Don’t expect a godly answer and good results without all three. If you never ask the will of God, but seek everywhere for an answer, who knows what Continue reading 3 requirements for effectual fervent prayer: ask, seek, and knock

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The only real enemy of every Christian

Some Christians have gone to battle against other Christians for doctrinal differences that rank from mild opinions to strong convictions. This is completely contrary to the word of God. I think it proves they have forgotten who the real enemy is… Once you were dead because of your disobedience and your many sins. You used to live in sin, just like the rest of the world, obeying the devil—the commander of the powers in the unseen world. He is the Continue reading The only real enemy of every Christian

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Don’t judge by appearance, countenance, height, or stature, because the LORD looks at the heart

When Samuel was sent to anoint a new king to replace Saul, he fell into a common trap. It’s not about appearance, countenance, height, or stature. It’s all about the heart. When they arrived, Samuel took one look at Eliab and thought, “Surely this is the LORD’s anointed!” But the LORD said to Samuel, “Don’t judge by his appearance or height, for I have rejected him. The LORD doesn’t see things the way you see them. People judge by outward appearance, Continue reading Don’t judge by appearance, countenance, height, or stature, because the LORD looks at the heart

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Jesus Christ: The Lamb of God versus the Lion of the Tribe of Judah

Many amateur Bible students and cult-like groups have seized on the title of Jesus Christ as the Lion of the Tribe of Judah to justify their angry, aggressive, warlike doctrine and behavior. This is the opposite of the truth. I have been meditating on this subject for several years and have finally decided it is time to write this post. Please pray for me to be careful to let the Holy Spirit guide me to be accurate. Please pray that Continue reading Jesus Christ: The Lamb of God versus the Lion of the Tribe of Judah

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