The Immanence of God

What is the definition of “immanence?” And is it biblical? Below you will find an article written by got regarding the eminence of God as well as scripture from “What is the immanence of God?” By GotQuestions God’s immanence refers to His presence within His creation. (It is not to be confused with imminence, … Continue reading The Immanence of God

Matthew 28

 Now after the Sabbath, at dawn on the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to look at the tomb. 2 Suddenly there was a severe earthquake, for an angel of the Lord[a] descending from heaven came and rolled away the stone and sat on it. 3 His[b] appearance was like lightning, and his clothes were … Continue reading Matthew 28

Psalm 95 and Colossians 1

As you read the following two chapters, ask yourself the following question: “Am I challenging Jesus’s authority in my life, or am I resting in it?” When we acknowledge that only God is God, and that we are the sheep of His pasture, we sing a new song of praise! A praise that lifts His … Continue reading Psalm 95 and Colossians 1

30-Day Family Bible Reading Challenge Friend, please join Women in Apologetics (WIA) in participating with their 30-Day Family Bible Study Challenge through the book of Matthew! Per Women in Apologetics’s website, “This resource takes families through the book of Matthew and helps them dig into the Word together. It includes a reading calendar, 10 tips on getting started, and … Continue reading 30-Day Family Bible Reading Challenge

Jesus Outside of the Bible?

Ladies, did you know that Jesus was mentioned outside of the Bible by Greco-Roman, Syrian, and Jewish (Non-Christian, possibly “hostile”) sources? It’s true! Per Dr. Gary Habermas, scholars agree that there are 130 sources, both Christian and non-Christian, referencing Jesus outside of the New Testament. These sources are only within 100-150 years of Jesus’s crucifixion … Continue reading Jesus Outside of the Bible?

1 Thessalonians 5

1 Thessalonians 5:18 Inspired by God, the first letter to the Thessalonians was written by Paul (possibly alongside Timothy and Silas) on or around A.D. 50. Per Dr. Gary Habermas, New Testament scholars are now attesting that 1 Thessalonians could be the earliest New Testament Epistle. The video below shows Dr. Gary Habermas explaining the … Continue reading 1 Thessalonians 5

1 Peter 4

4 So, since Christ suffered[a] in the flesh, you also arm yourselves with the same attitude, because the one who has suffered in the flesh has finished with sin,[b] 2 in that he spends the rest of his time[c] on earth concerned about the will of God and not human desires. 3 For the time that has passed was sufficient for you … Continue reading 1 Peter 4

Immutability of God

It’s my prayer that learning about God’s immutability (unchanging nature) will encourage you immensely! Friend, while you and I change throughout our lifetime here, God (God, the Father; God, the Son; and God the Holy Spirit) does not! Both His character and His promises hold true and are faithful! Come near to me and hear … Continue reading Immutability of God

Gnosticism: A Biblical Perspective

“For if someone comes and proclaims another Jesus different from the one we proclaimed, or if you receive a different spirit than the one you received, or a different gospel than the one you accepted, you put up with it well enough!”2 Corinthians 11:4 In 2021 I began learning about an old Christian heresy called, … Continue reading Gnosticism: A Biblical Perspective

Contemplative Prayer: Is It Biblical?

The following post consists of 2 videos (at the end), along with 2 articles. The first piece was written by and the second, much larger exposition, was authored by Marcia Montenegro on behalf of Midwest Christian Outreach. Both provide a Biblical perspective regarding the growing popularity of Contemplative Prayer within numerous churches. Friends, please … Continue reading Contemplative Prayer: Is It Biblical?