Designed for a 5-day week, these plans are kind and forgiving to the busy person who is prone to falling behind on reading because you have two extra weekend days to make it up. And even if you stay permanently behind, who cares? Reading the Bible is not a race to perfection; it is an intimate step into God’s heart for his people. Take it at your own pace and keep your eyes fixed on Jesus, the author of your faith (Hebrews 12:2).
4 lessons I learned from PROVERBS [free shareables!]
As we close out this month in the book of Proverbs, I'd like to ask what you learned. Did anything take you by surprise? Every time I open the Word I discover something new, seeing the same words in a new light. True, we are always changing and growing, but I think the main... Continue Reading →
Want to read Proverbs with us?
Dear friends, The beginning of the year can really feel like a drag sometimes. To me January feels like the Monday of months. No more parties, no more presents, no more excuses to double on christmas cookies. It's back to reality and it's oh-so-bleak. That's why we wanted to do something extra special for our readers, to encourage and... Continue Reading →
How to make God rejoice!
Proverbs is full of wisdom, but nothing strikes me more than this little passage:My son, if your heart is wise, then my heart will be glad indeed;my inmost being will rejoice when your lips speak what is right. Prov 23:15-16It says that if we choose God's will, His heart will be glad and His inmost being will rejoice. That's a... Continue Reading →