THE SEVEN LAST WORDS OF OUR SAVIOR ON THE CROSS…(The Bible’s Impact on Music [May 20])


Looking into what the meaning of this song was I did a bit of research and when they say "WORDS" they mean sayings and we find the seven last sayings of Jesus from the gospels are: Luke 23:34: Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do. Luke 23:43: Truly, I say to you, … Continue reading THE SEVEN LAST WORDS OF OUR SAVIOR ON THE CROSS…(The Bible’s Impact on Music [May 20])

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St. Matthew Passion…(The Bible’s Impact on Music [May 19])


Ever had people plotting against you? Ever been betrayed by someone you thought you could trust? Do you realize that there is power in forgiveness? Do you realize that God made a way for us to be forgiven and reconciled with Him? Do you realize that same power of forgiveness is available to us in … Continue reading St. Matthew Passion…(The Bible’s Impact on Music [May 19])

Forgiveness has power…(The Bible’s Impact on Acts of Mercy [Apr 25])


Today's reading as I read Colossians 3:13 caused a flashback in my mind to that drive to the tax lady and how after the song 7x70 came on the radio, God did a work in me through the power of forgiveness. First as I forgave others and second as I asked God to forgive me … Continue reading Forgiveness has power…(The Bible’s Impact on Acts of Mercy [Apr 25])

What is your purpose? What is your intention?


Consider why! Why are you doing what you are doing? Why are you acting the way you are? Why are you living your life this way? Why are you interacting with others in this way? Why are you speaking this way? Why are you treating people this way? Why are you thinking that way? Consider … Continue reading What is your purpose? What is your intention?

Being Tempted? Causing temptation?


Being tempted is not a sin. What you do with that temptation is what can lead you into sin. God will never give you more than you are able. You will not be tempted by anything that hasn't been used on others. God will give you a way out. You need to choose to flee. … Continue reading Being Tempted? Causing temptation?