This poem reflects the heart of every committed Christian toward the Word of God.
This sweet poem was penned by an unknown saint.
Do you love the Bible?
I LOVE THE OLD BIBLE
What hope for the trav’ler
When strength’s almost gone?
That makes him determined
To keep pressing on.
What sweet consolation
From Heaven’s white throne.
God’s wonderful Book Divine.
A Christian’s life should be filled with gratitude. We have so much for which to be thankful. Consider these inspiring thanksgiving Bible verses.
Gratitude is a wonderful Christian virtue.
Would you rather be around someone who is negative all the time or someone who is thankful? Thanksgiving is pleasant to the soul. Negativity brings everyone else down.
Our words, prayers, and songs should be filled with thanksgiving to God for His mercy and grace to us.
Giving thanks is a natural response to the recognition of God’s blessings. If you aren’t grateful, it’s probably because you are taking God’s favor for granted.
Thanksgiving is the acknowledgment of God’s goodness in your life.
In the Old Testament system of sacrifices, the thanksgiving offering was not commanded. It was a freewill offering to be volunteered by a thankful heart.
God expects His people to give thanks, but He prefers it to come from a grateful heart instead of grudging obedience.
Jesus Christ left us an example of thanksgiving. Christian leaders in the Bible practiced the giving of thanks.
Do you have a thankful heart?
Consider these verses.
Do you struggle with anxiety and worry? You are not alone. These King James Version Bible verses provide the spiritual truths that can deliver you from emotional suffering.
Feelings of anxiety and worry can range from concern to fear to dread.
When anxiety truly takes hold in the mind, it can result in a physical reaction known as a “panic attack.”
While it is natural to have concerns about this life, Christians are called to live their lives by faith.
Worry is a red flag that you are not trusting God in the area of concern.
Temptation is one of Satan’s most effective tools. These powerful Bible verses will equip and empower you to overcome temptation. (Includes free downloadable Bible verse list.)
Every Christian must face the reality of temptation.
Simply put, temptation is the enticement to sin.
Webster’s 1828 Dictionary gives us a deeper meaning of the word.
The act of tempting; enticement to evil by arguments, by flattery, or by the offer of some real or apparent good.
When the devil had ended all the temptation, he departed from him for a season. Luke 4.
2. Solicitation of the passions; enticements to evil proceeding from the prospect of pleasure or advantage.
3. The state of being tempted or enticed to evil. When by human weakness you are led into temptation, resort to prayer for relief.
Lead us not into temptation. Lord’s Prayer.
5. That which is presented to the mind as an inducement to evil.
Dare to be great without a guilty crown,
View it, and lay the bright temptation down. Dryden.
6. In colloquial language, an allurement to any thing indifferent, or even good.
Satan is the master tempter. He is very good at it. Countless lost souls and fallen Christians are his resume’ of destruction.
Temptation is a battle that you must face, but it is a battle you can win.
If the Lord can save our souls from eternal damnation, he can save us from temptation today.
Do you know an adamant unbeliever that needs Jesus? These powerful Bible verses for atheists and agnostics may help them see the light.
Atheism and agnosticism are on the rise. This is not due to new evidence against God or man’s evolution.
The real reason may surprise you!
Faith lies at the very heart of Christianity. It encompasses every aspect of the Christian life from the new birth to daily life. Here are Bible verses about faith that everyone should know.
Faith is central to the Christian life. Without faith, we cannot please God. With faith, we can move mountains! Through faith, we accomplish everything from the ordinary to the impossible.
What is faith?
Faith is a big word with various meanings based on the context.
Webster’s 1828 Dictionary defines faith as: