This post details in a short, simple, and to the point way why you need to read your Bible. You cannot argue with the three reasons presented. I quote from science, a book, and the Bible, plus throw in some common sense.
When you can’t see your enemy, you feel like you’re wildly battling an unseen attack. THE ENEMY wants it that way. I’m telling you how to fight to win against his evil plans!
Our Lent Devotional for Women is still in the ‘Pre-Lent’ stages, setting a foundation, getting ourselves ready for the soul work about to take place in our devotions for Lent. Just like we wouldn’t begin a strenuous race without preparations, we shouldn’t jump into Lent either. Let’s start with dusting.
I’m reading the story of Joseph and his brothers from the Old Testament. You know, coat of many colors and all, and I’m struck by the fact they call him the ‘dreamer’ and plot to kill him. I start wondering, “who is trying to kill our dreams like Joseph’s brothers?” Some good but tough questions.
Let’s start the year choosing what we focus our thoughts on and the words we speak to ourselves through Daily Affirmations for the New Year. But these daily affirmations aren’t just for the New Year, they are for every day. Reminders like, “It will be worth it,” and “All things are possible.”
Adding daily affirmations like, I walk in faithfulness, can help us focus on our priorities, identify lies, and protect our hearts and minds.