Busy hummingbird Flapping your lightning speed wings. Extraordinary! Did you know the hummingbird flaps its wings 70 times per second? The heart rate can also get up to 1,260 beats per minute. The average human is only 70 beats per minute. This bird is truly extraordinary. God created a marvelous creature.
1. Christian blogging cultivates personal spiritual growth. When you start a Christian blog for the first time, you will have to research, introspect, and think deeply about Scripture. Having a blog forces you to organize your thoughts on a piece of paper or word document so you can upload it on the internet for the... Continue Reading →
The sleepy sun sets Across the orange painted sky Before the stars shine. Watching the sunset is a beautiful sight to behold. The sun paints the sky with this intense orange color, and it reflects off the clouds to make it shine even brighter. After the sun sets, nature displays it's brilliance yet again. The... Continue Reading →
Lord, do not let us drift apart. Cast out sin and hold my heart Teach me to obey your will. As storms arrive, make them still. Your Word is a light to my path To keep me from your wrath. When cunning sin leads me astray Bring me back to your perfect way. Scripture is... Continue Reading →
Do not weep at night. Things will be alright. Please lift up your head. Get out of this bed. Wake up your dreary soul. Jesus wants to make you whole. Will you trust in Him? To cleanse you from sin. Go smell the fresh air. Say your daily prayer. God does hear your pain. No,... Continue Reading →
You in the mirror. Believe in yourself today. Because you are me. Positive self-esteem is an important component of our well-being. We are created in the image of God and therefore have infinite value. I know for a fact that the most critical person in the world of me...is me. I must remind myself daily... Continue Reading →
“Therefore I tell you, do not be anxious about your life, what you will eat or what you will drink, nor about your body, what you will put on. Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothing? Look at the birds of the air: they neither sow nor reap nor gather... Continue Reading →
Have you ever heard of the SOAP method for reading the Bible? It stands for Scripture, Observation, Application, and Prayer. This method is easy to remember and it helps you organize your thoughts during personal devotions. I think the best way to learn how to read the Bible using the SOAP method is to give... Continue Reading →