Ever wonder why we should testify to God’s goodness and if your testimony even matters? Discover your importance in Miriam’s song of praise in the Bible.
Feeling overwhelmed by what your eyes see in the world around you? Read on to discover how the spiritual discipline of silence opens your eyes to God.
Hope. Finding it is tough and placing it in the right things can be even harder. After all, what is hope, where should it come from, and why should you even have it? Mary, the mother of Jesus, had every reason to be hopeless but instead, found hope and the words of her song conveys it. No matter how hopeless you feel right now, will you explore hope with me? My prayer is that you find the hope you need this season and that you’re able to use today’s Bible Study to find hope in every season. Before we dive into Mary’s story let’s explore what hope actually is.
Keeping your mind on God or “setting your mind on things above” is tough, but tough doesn’t mean impossible. If you’re struggling to keep your mind stayed on the Lord, you’re not alone. Even Jesus’ disciples, who were with Him all day, struggled with this. We’re going to use their stories and Jesus’ replies, to learn why you and I are supposed to keep our hearts and minds on things above. Before we get to the disciples we’ll explore Colossians 3:1-4 to learn what we can about this mindful Christian behavior of keeping your heart and mind on God. After all, there are a lot of other things to think about and fill your mind with, right?