Suffering and grief are unavoidable parts of life but…how do you trust God when your suffering? Learn, through one woman’s experience with suffering.
Do you find yourself saying “God, I messed up again?” If so, read this Bible study on messing up and see what you can learn from Sarah’s mistakes.
Has the pandemic or a recent diagnosis led you to ask: “Will God heal me if I ask” or “Does Jesus heal today?” Continue reading to learn the answers.
If you’re looking for verses about prayer during hard times, read on. You’ll also learn how to pray Scripture & why we should use Scripture when praying.
This Bible study on the meaning of John 11:4 & Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead applies to us now. Learn how to have & share hope, despite sickness.
Are you struggling to trust in the Lord? If so, learn the meaning of Proverbs 3:5-6 and what it teaches about trusting God in difficult times.
Loving people can be hard but also so rewarding. It all depends on the people in our lives. If you’re life is anything like mine, you’ve got plenty of difficult people in it who make loving them kinda hard. Have you ever wondered how Jesus managed to love all the difficult people in His life? Cuz boy oh boy were there a lot of them. Today we’re going to answer the “how do I love difficult people” question by looking at how Jesus showed unconditional love to the difficult, hard to love people in His life. But first we’re going to define love, so we’ll better understand what the Bible says about how to love.
“If you really want to make a friend, go to someone’s house and eat with him – the people who give you their food give you their heart.” This quote by Cesar Chavez embodies what Jesus teaches about meals. Meals are tangible experiences of grace the book of Luke is full of. The lessons in this post are sure to guide and equip you for every meal you provide, and are part of, this holiday season. What better Bible study for the holiday season than learning from the meals Jesus shared. Eating with Jesus shows that meals aren’t just about comfort and familiarity, they’re opportunities to put God first, serve, rely on God’s provision, and disciple.