A vital way of hearing God is contemplation – seeing God in the world around me. I see God around me by renewing my mind. The best way to renew my mind to see God is the disicpline of meditation. Here are seven tips to biblically meditate.
1 Samuel begins a new chapter in the history of Israel, but the story remains the same. God chooses the humble over the proud. If you feel like a drop in the bucket, choose to be like Hannah. Become a drip, drip, drip in God’s ear!
The most amazing thing about the last few chapters of the Gospel of Luke is how many crazy, amazing things happen in it. Are you ready?
In Luke, as Jesus enters his final days, his authority is questioned, his words are measured, and we are challenged to remain warm toward him.
In the Gospel of Luke, we see Jesus interact with men and women who struggle with faith. It begins with seeing clearly what we need and want.
Each of the Gospels feature the slow rise of tension surrounding Jesus. Luke is no different, and in it are lessons for leading ourselves.
Is God happy? Find the answer to this and other questions in our walk through the book of Luke. This post focuses on chapters 10, 11 and 12.
In chapters 7-9 of Luke, tension begins to rise. Jesus has drawn a line in the sand and is calling on those who follow him to make a choice.
You have an enemy. Do you think or know? What is your purpose? Learn from the life of Jesus by walking through the book of Luke in the Bible.
A common goal among Christians or those seeking to find God is to read the Bible more often. A common problem is understanding what we are reading. Over the next few weeks, let’s read the Gospel of Luke together, so we can understand what we are reading.