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The Book of Job: Chapter Eight.

Chapter Eight in the Book of Job is all about Job's second friend, Bildad the Shuhite's, response to Job. Like Eliphaz, Bildad's words are cutting not comforting. In his whole speech, he's basically accusing Job of being unrighteous. He even goes as far as saying, "Hey what happened was deserved." Not the time or place,... Continue Reading →

Are We Guilty of Selective Hearing?

On Monday morning, Hubby asked the kids if they would like to go to Chili's then watch fireworks this weekend. The keywords being this weekend. Ade turned to me and asked, "We're going to Chili's tonight?" He had half-listened to the conversation, picked out the words that interested him most, and tuned out the rest,... Continue Reading →

The Umbrella of Faith

...For this very night an angel of the God to whom I belong and whom I serve stood before me, and said, 'Stop being afraid, Paul. You must stand before Caesar; and behold, God has given you [the lives of] all those who are sailing with you.'Apostle Paul (Acts 27:23-24 amp) Can you imagine being... Continue Reading →

At the Red Sea

What does it mean to trust God? Why does it seem like our faith in Him is tested over and over again? If we were to answer these questions, I'd suggest asking the Israelites who walked out of Egypt. They saw some of God's miraculous works––I won't say most miraculous but they were pretty awesome––and... Continue Reading →

Dwelling in the House of God.

Do you ever read something and are just hit with the profoundness of it? I have been studying the Psalms and the other day I read Psalm 84, sometimes titled Longing for God's House. I have been asking God to show me the treasure within His word as I study it and because of this... Continue Reading →

The Before Battle.

As we all know, Satan comes to steal, kill, and destroy. (John 10:10) Sometimes, he will come to do those things before we even know why. Satan knows that God has great things in store for us and he will try to prevent those things by raging against us. I was thinking the other day... Continue Reading →

More than Words.

Paul is one of the greatest missionaries of the early church and he is accredited with writing half of the books of the New Testament. His influence is all over the early church and his story of redemption is so well known it's still taught in Sunday School to this day. What made him so... Continue Reading →

Lord of the Waters.

The voice of the Lord is upon the waters; the God of glory thunders; The Lord is over many waters.Psalm 29:3 Photo by Skylar Kang on Pexels.com Different Waters Psalm 29:3 speaks of the Lord being over waters twice. We could dismiss that as a simple repetition, but if we look closely, David uses the... Continue Reading →

Anointed with Oil.

When you think of being anointed with oil, what do you think of? Like me, do you first think of being empowered by the Holy Spirit for something? What does being anointed by the Holy Spirit even mean? In one of the most famous and most quoted Psalms, The Shepherd Psalm, David speaks in the... Continue Reading →

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