Comparing God’s salvation of Noah and Lot – Both righteous but different 🙏🏾

Noah and Lot were both saved by God before destruction was visited on the whole earth and on Sodom. But what are the similarities and differences we can find from the Bible about these two stories to help us get a clearer picture of the state of humanity and even righteous people in the end … Continue reading Comparing God’s salvation of Noah and Lot – Both righteous but different 🙏🏾

Why God allows “the wilderness” and the importance of responding correctly while in it

Numbers 32:8-15; Deuteronomy 9:23; Jeremiah 29:4-7 - God didn’t intend for the Israelites to spend 40 years wandering in the Wilderness. In fact God thought them ready to possess the promised land within 2 years of leaving Egypt. But right at the border of receiving the promise, the people succumbed to fear, rebelling against God, … Continue reading Why God allows “the wilderness” and the importance of responding correctly while in it

Believing vs Asking/Speaking – What the Bible says about ”meditating on the word”. 🙏🏾💡

Psalms 1:2; Joshua 1:8; Proverbs 22:17-21; Mark 11:23-34 - In Psalms 1:2, “Blessed is the man who delights in the law of the Lord, and in His law he meditates, day and night”. The common worldly understanding of meditation is that we’re thinking about something or emptying our minds of thought. Biblical meditation is however … Continue reading Believing vs Asking/Speaking – What the Bible says about ”meditating on the word”. 🙏🏾💡

The greatest military conquest in the Bible in terms of size of the enemy’s army 💪🏾

2 Chronicles 14:8-9, 11-13 Zerah, the Ethiopian, stood against God’s people with 1mn men and 300k chariots. Asa, ruler of God’s people in Judah, had an army of 580k men. Perhaps the greater lesson isn’t in the size of the conquest but in Asa’s prayer to God: “it is nothing for You to help, whether … Continue reading The greatest military conquest in the Bible in terms of size of the enemy’s army 💪🏾