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
Find out when and what was given on the eleventh day of Christmas and its hidden meaning from my true love gave to me in the 12 Days of Christmas. #EleventhDay #EleventhDayofChristmas #Christmas #12DaysofChristmas
Every Tuesday, Paul brings me a big cup of soup and we talk about … (Creative Writing Assignment) Where I am sitting down talking to the Apostle Paul. @DailyPrompt
Bible Basics (formally The Word of the Week) by Justin Breeden is on The Importance of the Resurrection of Christ.The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead is one of the basic #BibleBasics #Easter #Resurrection
15 Facts about the Apostle Paul & Brief About His Conversion – I share with you 10 facts about the Apostle Paul from the Bible, a well-known name in the New Testament.
Apostle Paul, Most Inspiring from the Bible – A very inspiring man of the Bible to me is the Apostle Paul. I believe the Apostle Paul is the most inspiring man of the Bible to me besides Jesus Christ. He was the greatest and most influential. Just think of the great conversion he experienced. He literally was blinded then he could see again. He experienced first hand a miracle of Christ. The best part is the saving power of Jesus Christ. #ApostlePaul
Prison-Shaking Savior – God has a way to shake things up to get our attention or the attention of those around us. Zach Williams said it great in his song, Chain Breaker. #PrisonShakingSavior #ChainBreaker
Total depravity – the doctrine that human nature is thoroughly corrupt and sinful as a result of the Fall. That all men are born evil. This is also known as the dead man theory or we are dead because of our sin and we must be born again or regenerated. That means man can do nothing to bring about his own salvation. #TotalDepravity #TULIP
Fight the Good Fight – Paul I believe was a sports fan in this case boxing. We are told to fight the good fight of faith. We are in a spiritual battle. One that is unseen to us. Paul tells the Church of Ephesus that we are in a wrestling match and he tells Timothy to fight the good fight of faith.
Run the Great Race – Paul, I believe was a sports fan, as he mentions several sports like running. We must run the great race with patience, some translations say endurance. The starting point of the race is the chains of bondage. The finish line is at the feet of Jesus in glory. Where we must take up our cross and deny our selves and do His Will. We must share the gospel on our race!
Turning Up the Volume – There are times we need to turn up the volume too. Speaking the Word of God Boldly!This post is turning up the volume. I am not talking about turning up the volume of the World, but boldly speaking the Word of God against the opposition. We must speak loud and proud over the world noise to be heard.