Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied. Matthew 5:6 We are continuing our series in the Beatitudes. Today, we will examine the fourth Beatitude found in Matthew 5:6. You can go back and read the last three posts if you haven’t already. We didn’t have much growing up. My father had a stroke that paralyzed him on his right side. With a fairly young family, he could now, no longer work. My mom … Continue reading →
O the blessedness of the meek! For they will inherit the earth. Matthew 5:5 CJB Let me start off by saying, Wow! I found some cool meanings of these words in my research of ancient Hebrew, and I am really excited to show and tell you what God led me to. I just bought a really cool book called Ancient Hebrew Lexicon of the Bible by Jeff A. Benner (Yes, I am a total geek). It doesn’t just explain the Hebrew of the Bible … Continue reading →
I cannot explain it but, in my spirit, I laid my head on God’s chest, and He gathered me in His arms and held me close, just as a parent would hold a beloved child. My situation…Continue reading →
Through our battles, large and small, we learn to stand strong. We learn to lean on God and not give up when…Continue reading →
God is our refuge. He is our walled city! We live in the place of refuge when we run to God and put everything in His care. He will not let us out of His sight or take His eyes off of us. When we flee to God and make Him our refuge…Continue reading →
We can choose not to react with harsh words or anger, but …Continue reading →
“Being a good nurse means leaving one patient’s room with tears in your eyes and greeting the patient in the next room with a smile on your face.” …Continue reading →
Billy was faithful to care for Mary, considering it a blessing to be her caregiver. As her illness progressively worsened…Continue reading →
This week’s study is concentrating on goodness. Thank you for joining me, as we explore God’s word. I pray it will be a blessing to you. But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Galatians 5:22-23a CSB What is goodness? We know it is a fruit of the Spirit. But what does it look like? We see goodness in the nurse who, in the midst of her busy schedule, risks losing … Continue reading →
We were singing loudly, the evidence of joy shining on our faces.
Joy is a fruit of the Holy Spirit, which He gives to believers.