2 Corinthians 4

Inspired by God, Paul wrote this second letter to the Corinthian Church around AD 55 or 56…only 20-26 years after Jesus’s crucifixion and resurrection. ✏️ Matthew Henry’s Commentary on 2 Corinthians 4 2 Corinthians 4 The Light of the Gospel 4 Therefore, having this ministry by the mercy of God, we do not lose heart. … Continue reading 2 Corinthians 4

Biblical Sexuality

The following 2-hour video entitled, “There’s No Such Thing as a Gay Person,” features an in-depth discussion of Biblical Sexuality by Rosaria Butterfield, Christopher Yuan, and Becket Cook. Friends, the good news of belonging to Jesus is not a popular one. It is in complete opposition to the predominantly self-focused message of our culture at-large. … Continue reading Biblical Sexuality

What Does God Say about “Love?”

1 John 4:8 "...God is love." John 15:5 "I am the vine; you are the branches. Whoever abides in me and I in him, he it is that bears much fruit, for apart from Me you can do nothing." (God, through Jesus, supplies all we need for loving others well) 1Corinthians 16:14 "Let all that … Continue reading What Does God Say about “Love?”

Isaiah 53

Written 700 years before Christ Jesus came down to earth and put on human flesh, Isaiah wrote the incredibly vivid words of Isaiah 53. In what some term, “the heart of the Bible,” the Prophet Isaiah describes in jaw-dropping detail - the crucifixion of Jesus. Jesus was the long-awaited Messiah, foretold in the Old Testament. … Continue reading Isaiah 53

Christ and Him Crucified: Psalm 22 and Mark 15

Question: Have you ever wondered why Jesus exclaimed, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” before yielding His spirit to the Father? In order to adequately address this heartfelt query, we need to highlight an important cultural detail concerning how scripture was both memorized and shared around AD 30. Per numerous scholars, if … Continue reading Christ and Him Crucified: Psalm 22 and Mark 15

The Fear of the Lord: Studying Proverbs 1 & Luke 12

https://youtu.be/NUI0Q0DQRYk 10 minutes w/ Paul Washer, “What does it mean to Fear God?” Sisters, we tend to set our minds and affections upon the things or the persons to whom we fear most. What we focus upon consumes us. And what consumes us, leads us. And sadly, what leads us, rules our hearts. God knows … Continue reading The Fear of the Lord: Studying Proverbs 1 & Luke 12

A Collection of Scripture about Marriage

“Marriage should be honored by all and the marriage bed kept pure…” Hebrews 13:4 John 15:4-5 Abide in me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit by itself, unless it abides in the vine, neither can you, unless you abide in me. I am the vine; you are the branches. Whoever abides … Continue reading A Collection of Scripture about Marriage

The Problem of Pragmatism: “Wake Up, Church!”

Updated post from 2021. Apologetics are provided at the end regarding Jesus, the reliability of the New Testament, evidence for the Resurrection, and the Biblical Gospel. What is Pragmatism exactly? Pragmatism, a philosophy developed by Charles Sanders Pierce in 1870, champions the premise that truth is proved by whether or not the idea in question … Continue reading The Problem of Pragmatism: “Wake Up, Church!”

The Steadfastness of Christ

Gals, as we begin the day God has given us…let’s take a deep breath and lean into the reality of what God has done. Because let’s face it, Sisters… We are at war. Not with an enemy that is flesh and blood, but with one that wants us to follow our emotions and to lean … Continue reading The Steadfastness of Christ

Advent Study: The Gift of the Gospel

Dear Reader, it’s my genuine prayer that this Advent study of God’s Word will encourage you deeply! Of all the gifts God provides, we can be grateful 365 days a year for the Gospel. The Gospel ("Good News") is/was God’s rescue plan for you and for me from sin, shame, and self-reliance. Jesus lovingly bore … Continue reading Advent Study: The Gift of the Gospel