Prayer On Roman 12 — The Light Breaks Through


Dear Heavenly Father, As we approach this new week our minds can’t help but be filled with concerns. We still have unrest in our streets, we have people impacted by hurricanes and heavy rain. Lord, we seek Your direction for the week and we find it in the words of Paul in Romans 12. You… viaContinue reading “Prayer On Roman 12 — The Light Breaks Through”

Restoring the Bible — Grace for my Heart


It’s Monday Grace! In the performance system, the Bible becomes the tool by which leaders hold authority. Through proof-texts and certain interpretations, the people are told they must measure up to the standards of the Bible. Of course, that doesn’t mean that we should live the way Bible people lived. Most of them had compromises […]Continue reading “Restoring the Bible — Grace for my Heart”

WHY IT’S OKAY TO ADMIT THAT WE DON’T KNOW WHY GOD DOES EVERYTHING HE DOES… — BE BLESSTIFIED!


Anyone who believes in God has been asked these questions. Most if not all believers, if they are willing to admit it to themselves, have asked some of these questions themselves. Not only there are some difficult things to understand in the Bible, but there are things God does today that are difficult to explain. […]Continue reading “WHY IT’S OKAY TO ADMIT THAT WE DON’T KNOW WHY GOD DOES EVERYTHING HE DOES… — BE BLESSTIFIED!”

A 3,200-YEAR -OLD CANANITE FORTRESS FROM THE TIME OF BIBLICAL BOOK OF JUDGES FOUND. — jesussocial


A 3,200-year-old Canaanite fortress from the time of the biblical book of Judges has been uncovered by archaeologists in Israel and is now open to the public. The fortress, at 26 feet by 26 feet, rests near Kibbutz Galon, Israel, and was discovered by the Israel Antiquities Authority and student volunteers. It dates to the […]Continue reading “A 3,200-YEAR -OLD CANANITE FORTRESS FROM THE TIME OF BIBLICAL BOOK OF JUDGES FOUND. — jesussocial”

What does it mean that Jesus is the great “I am”? — Jesus Quotes and God Thoughts


I want to know who Jesus is. It is a burning question for many of us. This isn’t anything new. Jesus, in response to the religious leaders and elites question “Who do you think you are?” said, ‘Your father Abraham rejoiced at the thought of seeing my day; he saw it and was glad.’ ‘You […]Continue reading “What does it mean that Jesus is the great “I am”? — Jesus Quotes and God Thoughts”

Pliny Plans a Staycation — SENTENTIAE ANTIQUAE


Pliny, Letters 3.1 to Calvisius Rufus “I am incapable of recalling a time I spent as pleasantly as I just did when I went to see Spurinna—and, in fact, I cannot imagine anyone I would rather imitate more in my old age, should I be allowed to grow old. For no way of living is… viaContinue reading “Pliny Plans a Staycation — SENTENTIAE ANTIQUAE”

Learning Logos: Quickly See How a Word is Translated in Multiple Bibles — Logos Bible Software Blog


A fellow Logos user contacted me with this question: I’m studying the word “note” in Romans 16:17 in my preferred Bible, which is the NKJV. How can I see how the underlying Greek word is translated in other Bibles? This is a great Bible study question, and the solution can be achieved with different methods.… viaContinue reading “Learning Logos: Quickly See How a Word is Translated in Multiple Bibles — Logos Bible Software Blog”

‘Once Saved…’ — Zwinglius Redivivus


“As I live — declares the Lord Yahweh — I do not take pleasure in the death of the wicked but in the conversion of the wicked who changes his ways and saves his life. Repent, turn back from your evil ways. Why die, House of Israel?” ‘Son of man, say to the members ofContinue reading “‘Once Saved…’ — Zwinglius Redivivus”