Tagged with Bible

On Waiting, Thinking, and Other Stuff

I never meant to let my blog get dusty. I’m not sure how long it’s been since I’ve posted, but it’s been a while… I’ve been in a season of serving the Lord in various ways, praying and thinking through new opportunities, and waiting for His answer. Have you been there? It seems like God … Continue reading

Advent Ideas, Tips, and Resources

Advent Ideas, Tips, and Resources

Isn’t it wonderful? All this preparation for celebrating the Light of the world? I’m so incredibly thankful that God sent His beloved Son, Jesus, to us– and I enjoy celebrating the birth of the Savior! But, it’s also easy to get sideswiped by planning, parties, shopping… it can become a distraction at best, and a … Continue reading

The Importance of Being Still – part 2

The Importance of Being Still – part 2

Last week, I wrote about the importance of being still before God. How, in stillness, we can know Him better and hear his voice above the noisy world in which we live. I even did a quick word study about the root of the Hebrew word harpu mentioned in Psalm 46:10, for you other “word-nerds” … Continue reading

Psalm 27 Memory Challenge

Psalm 27 Memory Challenge

I just wanted to take a quick minute and share a Bible memory challenge with you! Lisa (my fellow team writer) over at DoNotDepart.com has put together another memory challenge! If you’re interested in Hiding His Word in your heart, you can check out how to register for the challenge HERE.  Registration begins Monday, Nov … Continue reading

The Importance of Being Still…

The Importance of Being Still…

So, I took a little break from blogging… It wasn’t a planned event, but there are lots of reasons why I did. What affected my decision most is that there are only 24 hours in a day! (Anyone else feel me?)  There just wasn’t enough time to do all I needed and wanted to do. … Continue reading

A Clean Slate… Grace for the Sinner

A Clean Slate… Grace for the Sinner

My friend and I talked today. Her heart was heavy with burden over a loved one who has been lamenting past sins. The sins are quite old, and minor on a human scale, but the woman feels pain afresh. So, we talked of God’s precious grace and how my friend can remind this woman of … Continue reading

Bible Study, Journaling, and Meditation

{We’ve approached the last post in this series on How to Study the Bible. This post will focus on ways to help what you’re learning stick with you.} All of the time spent studying the Bible could be wasted if it doesn’t draw us closer to God, grow our faith, and change our hearts. James … Continue reading