The Synoptics of the Gospel: A Devine Harmony – The New Testament of the Holy Bible contains four Gospel accounts, each providing a unique perspective on the life, ministry, and teachings of Jesus Christ. Among these, three Gospels—Matthew, Mark, and Luke—are known as the Synoptic Gospels due to their striking similarities and shared content. In this blog post, we will explore the synoptics of the Gospel, diving into the commonalities and distinctives of Matthew, Mark, and Luke, while contemplating the divine harmony woven throughout these inspired narratives. #bgbg2
The Profound Study of Divinity: Exploring the Sacred – The study of divinity, often referred to as theology or religious studies, is a profound and timeless discipline that delves into the exploration of the divine, the sacred, and the relationship between humanity and the divine. It encompasses a wide range of beliefs, practices, and traditions, making it a fascinating subject of study for scholars, theologians, and individuals seeking a deeper understanding of their faith. In this blog post, we will embark on a journey to explore the study of divinity, its significance, and the diverse aspects it covers.
Embracing the Power of Pink: Celebrating Wear It Pink Day – Every year, on the last Friday of October, a sea of pink floods workplaces, schools, and communities around the world. This annual event is none other than “Wear It Pink Day,” a day dedicated to raising awareness and funds for breast cancer research. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the significance of Wear It Pink Day, its history, and ways you can participate to support this noble cause. #wearitpink #wearitpinkday
Altar Ego by Craig Groeschel: Unmasking Your True Identity – Craig Groeschel, a renowned pastor and author, tackles this issue head-on in his book “Altar Ego.” This thought-provoking work delves deep into the concept of self-identity, urging readers to shed their societal masks and embrace their true selves. In this blog post, we’ll explore the key themes and takeaways from “Altar Ego” and how it can inspire personal transformation.
Fifty Reasons Why Jesus Came to Die by John Piper “Fifty Reasons Why Jesus Came to Die,” offers a profound exploration of the purpose behind Jesus’ crucifixion. In this blog post, we’ll dive into this thought-provoking book to discover its wisdom and significance.
October 31 is also Reformation Day, Martin Luther wrote The 95 Thesis on this day 500 years ago and nailed it to the Castle Church door in Wittenburg in Germany. I share about Reformation Day and even the full length movie of I Will Not Recant. #ReformationDay #95Thesis #MartinLuther #IWillNotRecant
Former Satanist Warns About the Dangers of Halloween. John Ramirez, who used to be a high-ranking priest within the Satanic Temple before miraculously having his heart opened to the Gospel, shares the story of his personal involvement with satanism and celebrating Halloween in order to warn parents of its dangers. The question of should Christians celebrate Halloween always come about this time of year. Ramirez gives warnings to Christians about the dark holiday … Halloween and why Christians shouldn’t celebrate it. #Halloween
Exploring “The Pilgrim’s Progress” by John Bunyan: A Journey of Faith and Allegory – “The Pilgrim’s Progress,” written by John Bunyan in 1678, stands as one of the most enduring and influential works of English literature. This allegorical masterpiece takes readers on a spiritual journey, narrating the struggles and triumphs of a character named Christian as he embarks on a quest to reach the Celestial City. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the key elements of this timeless classic and discuss its profound impact on literature and Christian thought.
Win the Day by Mark Batterson – Win the Day: 7 Transformative Habits to Rewrite Your Life – Mark Batterson, in his book “Win the Day,” offers seven powerful habits that can help you rewrite your life story and make each day count. These habits are not just motivational quotes; they are actionable steps that can truly transform your life. Let’s dive into these habits and discover how they can empower you to win the day.
Linus & the The Great Pumpkin, from It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown, is a good analogy to use when we talk about having faith Linus shows great faith. We need to have similar faith but our faith needs to be in Christ! #GreatPumpkin #faith #Linus #CharlieBrown
Halloween alternatives: Facts on Halloween & Bible verses that pertain to not dealing or imitate darkness, evil, spirits. Participating in Halloween may seem fun. But, there is nothing fun about playing on Satan’s playground. It does not matter how many other people are playing there with you. We should be worshiping the Lord our God and sharing his faith, not inviting the devil to have his fun. #Halloween #HalloweenAlternatives
What’s God Really Like by Craig Greoschel – In the world of theology and spirituality, the question of what God is really like has been a central point of contemplation for centuries. It’s a question that has fueled philosophical debates, inspired countless works of art, and led to the formation of various religious beliefs. Craig Groeschel, in his compilation book “What is God Really Like?” brings together seventeen passionate church leaders to explore this profound question. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the essence of this book, taking a closer look at some of its prominent chapters and the perspectives they offer on the nature of God.