studying the Bible

Devotion

Sweeter Than Honey: Part Three
A Guided Bible Study

by Guest WritersNR Johnson

My friends' eyes were wide with disbelief as they stared back at me.I sat slightly embarrassed at the admission of a secret I feared to make public. But there it was, out in the open. Exposed for all to hear.It may sound trite to you, but I confessed what few guys would be willing to declare out loud — I like Pride and Prejudice and Anne of Green Gables. A lot.


Devotion

Sweeter Than Honey: Part Two
A Guided Bible Study

by NR Johnson

I love the concept of baking. Growing up, my mom was a fantastic cook for the family and weekly would bake bread and other goodies that we could hardly wait to gobble up. And nothing, in my mind, was better than a piece of warm bread, pulled from the oven, dripping with real butter and honey.


Devotion

Sweeter Than Honey: Part One
A Guided Bible Study

by NR Johnson

I grew up in church. Week after week I heard how important the Bible was to the Christian life, the problem was no one taught me how to study it. During my teen years, I read it through a few times, hoping that would suffice. I asked people around me how they studied, but it was little more than reading.


Devotion

Marathon of Love

by Anonymous Warrior Poet

I recently heard a wise, older pastor make a very helpful statement. He was remarking on the tension between loving God with our hearts and loving God with our mind and how they often seem at odds with each other.


Devotion

Feelings Vs. Truth
Building your life upon God's unchanging Word

by Leslie Ludy

God is not human, that He should lie, not a human being, that He should change his mind. Does He speak and then not act? Does He promise and not fulfill?