God changes their names: Abram to Abraham and Sarai to Sarah. Both Abraham and Sarah laugh that they were to be parents in their old age.
As I was seeking the Lord for the next study, He kept putting Sarah on my heart. I kept asking Him for something else. He, however, kept saying, "Sarah". When I asked Him, "Why Sarah?" That is when he showed me that He was important enough to Him to include her in the New Testament … Continue reading Reading Plan Sarah Week 1
As we look at the Marys of Easter there are certain things that we will see in each of them that goes with them due to the name Mary. Mary in it's Hebrew form Mara means; stubborn, rebellious, defiant, and bitter. In her Facebook Live greeting to a group study about Mary, Andy Lee shares … Continue reading Reading Plan – Mary the Sister of Lazarus
Most of Ecclesiastes talks about chasing after the wind, unfulfillment. Yet Solomon does have some nuggets on contentment. Find your favorite nugget and memorize it.
This week I'm on vacation in AZ, seeing my mom. I have my two closest friends writing posts for me. I'm sure you will be blessed from their writing.
This week we will continue to look at where we can find contentment in a world that offers chaos. Write down what is giving you stress this week and prayerfully give it to Jesus.
What are some of the things that can keep us from being content? Write down a list of what is keeping you from being content then for the rest of the week pray that the Lord would help you in these areas, then on Saturday tear the list up and give it to Jesus.
How could we look at love without taking a look at 1 Corinthians 13? What is your favorite verse and why? Leave it in a comment, Sunday.
When the Old Testament was translated into Greek, the Greek Septuagint, the Hebrew word chesed was interpreted as agape. I have learned a lot about the word chesed for a good friend Andy Lee. You can find her at Words by Andy Lee or check out her morning Facebook Live devotionals at Andy Lee. She uses the Key-Word Bible, … Continue reading Reading Plan for Love Week 1
Our hope is steadfast as long we keep our it in God. When we start putting our hope in things and people it will be crushed. Let's keep looking at hope in God. Pick your favorite verse for the week and on Sunday, leave it and the reason why in comments.