Reading about Ezra revealed three things we need to set our hearts on. Read through this short list and reflect on what your heart is set on and ponder how you can improve and then be determined–you’ll understand more when you read.
The widow woman in 2 Kings tells the Prophet Elish she has nothing, except…and that nothing turns out to be her miracle. What don’t you have…that’s waiting to be turned into your miracle?
When the enemy is prowling, looking to devour, do you know what to do to fight and win? Hezekiah did these 6 things and won without ever even going into battle.
Bible journaling in Chronicles led me to King Jehoshaphat. The enemy was headed his way and what did he do? Well, I’ll tell you this much and then you’ll have to read the rest–he didn’t fight in battle, but still won.
The story of King Asa in the Bible shows us how to remove idols–anything or anyone that takes precedence over God. This isn’t pretty or easy and it’s not a one-time event, but it’s effective. Click here for the 5 Ways to Remove Idols from your own life.
Learn how to study the Bible in this post. I guide you through a couple of passages from Philippians 3 with detailed instructions and pictures of how I approach my Bible study time.