Bible resources related to "bible study"

Posted December 18, 2014 | 0 comments
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A blog post by Jacob Mammen

I don't know about you, but in my life I hope for the godly desires of my heart to become reality. Notice I said "godly" desires. We can all agree that some of the desires that come out of our hearts can leave us and others all messed up. When I read Psalm 37:4: "Take delight in the LORD, and He will give you the desires of your heart," I take that as a promise from our Creator!

Posted December 10, 2014 | 2 comments
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Posted November 19, 2014 | 4 comments
A blog post by Victor Kubik

If you're like me, it's altogether too easy to allow distractions. If I'm not focused, my mind can wander. How do we avoid that and offer up powerful prayers that "avail much"? (James 5:16).

Posted November 13, 2014 | 0 comments
Posted November 10, 2014 | 0 comments
A blog post by Victor Kubik
Hands clasped onto of a Bible as if person is praying.

Ever talk with God? Did He answer? The Bible references prayer more than 600 times, confirming its critical importance. Simply put, prayer represents the very spiritual lifeblood of the relationship we have with God. It's the main way we communicate with both our all-powerful Father in heaven and with Jesus Christ, our Advocate. Through many examples, the Bible shows how prayer is the miraculous medium directly connecting physical man to God, who is Spirit (John 4:24). Through prayer we can express our gratitude, praise, thoughts and needs to God.

Posted November 6, 2014 | 8 comments
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