Divine Preparation: The Planted Tree That Met Zacchaeus’ Need – Long before Zacchaeus couldn’t see Jesus, the tree was already planted to meet his need – In the Gospel of Luke, we come across the beautiful account of Zacchaeus, a chief tax collector who longed to see Jesus. However, Zacchaeus faced a significant obstacle—he was short in stature, making it impossible for him to catch a glimpse of the Savior amidst the large crowd. But little did Zacchaeus know that long before his desire to see Jesus arose, a tree had been planted, perfectly positioned to meet his need. This incredible incident teaches us a profound lesson about God’s providence and how He prepares for our encounters with Him even before we are aware of our deepest desires.
God’s Redemption: Meeting Adam and Eve in Their Brokenness – In the beginning, God created a perfect world, a paradise…
The rainbow is a covenant from God, a beautiful gift that God gave us along with a covenant from God. I even share what others have told me the rainbow means to them. #Rainbow #God
Fanning the Flames of Faith: Lessons from an Eagle Scout and 2 Timothy 1 – In the world of scouting, the image of an Eagle Scout skillfully fanning the flames of a campfire is a familiar one. It symbolizes both the ability to ignite a fire and the responsibility to nurture and sustain it. As Christians, we can draw valuable lessons from this imagery. In the second letter of Timothy, the Apostle Paul provides guidance on how to fan the flames of our faith. Just as an Eagle Scout tends to a campfire, we are called to nurture and protect the fire of our faith, allowing it to grow brighter and stronger. Let’s explore two powerful lessons from 2 Timothy 1 that can inspire us to fan the flames of our faith. #bgbg2
Maybe you thought Disney’s Eeyore from Winnie The Pooh or even DreamWork’s Donkey from Shrek was one of the first talking donkeys right? Well … You may want to look again. The Bible shows us there was a talking donkey long before Eeyore or Donkey came out. #Donkey #Eeyore
Your Final Destination – 10 out of 10 people die! Where will your final destination be? Is your eternal destination Heaven or Hell? (Only 2 places we will go) Plus the Video & Audio Version. #FinalDestination
Proverbs 30: Day 30 of the 31 Day Proverbs Challenge. Read Chapter Thirty of the Book of Proverbs. #Proverbs #Proverbs30 #bgbg2 #31DayProverbsChallenge
The phrase ‘No Bones About It’ is often used as well to state a fact with no doubt meaning Christ arose from the dead His bones were never found! Jesus Christ is surely alive!
I am sure you seen this story going around on the internet about why Jesus folded the napkin or known as the linen burial cloth in His Tomb. This blog post talks about that and if there is any proof of this or not.
Proverbs 17: Day 17 of the 31 Day Proverbs Challenge. Read Chapter Seventeen of the Book of Proverbs. #Proverbs #Proverbs17 #bgbg2 #31DayProverbsChallenge
The Harp – Over the years, shamrocks and the famed Tricolour have become symbols of the Emerald Isle. But when celebrating Irish history or planning St. Patrick’s Day festivities, celebrants should not overlook the important role the harp has played in Ireland for centuries. Even the Bible mentions the harp.