Express Your Desire for Love Song of Solomon 2:8-14 Encouragement is a powerful tool. If used correctly, it can be transforming. In the 1996 Olympics, Keri Strung, the Olympic gymnast, sought to be a gold medalist. All she had to do was successfully vault, and she would taste gold. There was only one problem. She… Continue reading A sneak preview of my new Bible Study, Love of Another Kind, available on Amazon.
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About the Bible study: While reading the Song of Solomon, a woman may wonder, "Am I reading the Bible or Fifty Shades of Grey?" Imagery and metaphors fill the Song with parallels between a garden and physical intimacy. This expository Bible study of the Song of Solomon will give the believer a better understanding of God's… Continue reading I have exciting news to share!
God loves us!
We were created for love and relationship, and we need it. Unfortunately, we tend to doubt God’s love because we compare it to human relational love. Whether it is our parents, children, spouses, aunts, uncles, cousins, or best friends, their love is incomparable to God’s love. It is unmatched because as much as our parents… Continue reading God loves us!
Happy New Year!
It's that time of year again. The time when we plan and set spiritual, physical, relational, and financial goals for our lives. If I have to be honest, my New Year's resolutions don't always last. I am powerless to effect change in my life, I can want it with all my heart, but I often… Continue reading Happy New Year!
God is with Us!
One of my favorite Christmas Carols is O Come, O Come Emmanuel. This carol dates back to the eighth or ninth century but still speaks to us today. It expresses a longing God's people have for the promised Messiah. We desire God's presence in our lives and cultivate it through prayer, fasting, and Bible reading.… Continue reading God is with Us!
Tell it Girl
Christmas is a great time to proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ. Most everyone is familiar with traditional Christmas carols. They all tell a story of a different aspect of Christ's birth. Away in the Manger tells us that Jesus came into the world in a lowly position. Joy to the World exclaims the… Continue reading Tell it Girl
God’s Unfathomable Love
The love of God has so many facets that it is unfathomable. The Bible tells us that God's love is hard to comprehend. Scripture tells us His love motivated Him to do great things for us. It caused Him to adopt and protect us; His love will never fail. It is a love to be… Continue reading God’s Unfathomable Love
Guest blogger – Robin R King. Visit her website @: robinrking.com
Don’t Just Survive, Thrive! - Living A Mission-Aligned Life My life can be so busy! The world is chaotic, and at times that frenzy invades my life. One day at work, I began to feel overwhelmed by my growing work tasks and responsibilities in my personal life. I heard myself crying out, “get me off… Continue reading Guest blogger – Robin R King. Visit her website @: robinrking.com
New Testament Women
In taking a look at the Biblical theology of women, it is easy to see that Jesus valued women and their role in the kingdom of God. During Jesus' ministry, he broke all kinds of cultural norms in society. Women in the Ancient Near East did not get a lot of respect and weren't allowed… Continue reading New Testament Women
Faith, Hope, and Love – Part 3
Love never fails … The Apostle Paul encourages the church to pursue faith, hope, and love, but love is the greatest. Why would love be the greatest? Faith seems to be pretty important; after all, we cannot achieve salvation without it, and without hope, we would be flat-out miserable. Why then would Paul tell us… Continue reading Faith, Hope, and Love – Part 3