Today a song popped in my head when I read this verse. It has to do with the fact that Jesus gave everything. Sometimes I take this for granted.
I recently had a friend ask me for a recipe for Bread for the Lord’s Supper. This recipe serves about 60 people and it is likened to a thin cracker or wafer.
The Bible talks about 5 crowns that are awarded to the believer at the Judgment Seat of Christ, following the Rapture (1 Cor 3:11-15). The are:
A most popular reading at graveside services; I think we miss so many of the blessings in this lovely prayer. It is the picture of the Great Shepherd and his little lambs. His only job is to feed and protect us. Our only job is to trust and obey.
… we should not be fearful of witnessing to people about the Gospel of Jesus Christ because God does not give us the spirit of fear.
Have you forgotten that you NEED God? Our Nation’s leaders need your prayer
Our sin separates us from our Holy God and Father. We are far away from Him. Jesus’ blood brings us close to God.
How is it that we can possibly love in the fullest way as the Scripture in 1 Cor 13:4-5 says that we should?
. . . no matter how “gifted” one is, unless they use that gift with “charity” … that giving kind of love, it is useless.
When someone is hateful toward you, return love to them. Yours is not to get revenge.