Today, we Take Note of a text in which Jesus is eating with publicans and sinners. Despite objections, we find these are exactly the people He came to save.
We Take Note of Psalm 101 today. This is a Psalm of David. In it, he sings of God's mercy and judgement. He tells us his house will be a place of integrity.
On this edition, we Take Note of Proverbs 11:18-25. This widely-varied passage reminds us to be generous, understanding that generosity brings blessing.
The book of Proverbs is our destination today. Its wise words and keen insights contrast righteousness and wickedness, reminding us to choose God's path.
When a lost sheep is found, there is joy. "Likewise, I say unto you, there is joy in the presence of the angels of God over one sinner that repenteth."
Anyone looking for wise counsel should make their way to the Proverbs. They contain ideas that, if taken to heart, can help a reader become "A Wise Son."
Our only hope for successful ministry is to allow Christ to work within us. Because our assignment is to shine as lights in a very dark world.
Faithful disciples of Christ often face persecution. We are capable of enduring when we focus on that which is not seen and avoid fixation on the temporal.
A person with questions about life and death, heaven and hell, or their soul and the future cannot find a better place to begin reading than John 3:16-21.
Jesus described His upcoming mistreatment, death, and resurrection in this passage. Peter didn't see the bigger picture and received a well-deserved rebuke.
Thinking of others, not himself, Paul would endure all things for those who have not yet believed. He was an example for Timothy and is an example for us today.
Paul asks Timothy to consider his words in 2 Timothy 2:1-7. He uses the experiences of a soldier, an athlete, and a farmer to relate to his Christian ministry.