Jesus doesn’t want our relationship with Him to go stale. He wants to give fresh encounters. He wants to wash our feet.
When we look at this passage, we come away with the awareness that it is more than just prayer that gets God’s attention. There are four commands in this verse, and only one is to pray.
The parable of the persistent widow teaches us to continue to pray, but perseverance is not about getting what you want. We want to maintain trust in God.
This Hebrews Bible study can be used individually or as a group study. Hebrews will be our focus; this study will be a tour guide to enhance the journey.
Jesus’ life is awe inspiring which leaves us admiring Jesus. However, Luke 8 shows us how to add power to our prayers and have a life like Jesus.
We all know Phil 4:6-7 tells us don’t be anxious but pray. However when we pray, we don’t always experience the peace. Here is closer look at Paul’s words.
Philemon was a personal letter from Paul to a friend asking to forgive a slave. Why was it kept in the Bible? What is the book of Philemon about, really?
In Colossians Paul gives us 4 ways to help us with the question, how do you pray for others. These 4 steps will increase your effectiveness in prayer.
While the cross was a more significant event, the feet washings are regular events where Jesus choses to take the form of a servant to minister to us.
God wants us with Him, and in Psalm 15 He has left us with a short list of characteristics of those who get to live in God’s presence.
Tedd Tripp’s Shepherding a Child’s Heart provides a balanced focus on our parenting and how to speak to the heart of your child. Also get the 12 week study.