The key to a spiritually enriching feast of Unleavened Bread
Jesus knew that if He committed just one sin, there would have been no God Family.
There are many great examples of repentance toward God in the Bible. One of the most lucid is that of David.
Do you know God—what He is like? God is known by His name. Do you use God’s name properly?
Bad habits die hard. Here’s a key trait you need to gain ground in your conversion process.
The Bible records several examples of great leaders for us to study. What qualities of leadership are common to them?
God is working so hard to get us to understand FAMILY!
Let me steal your attention for a quick lesson.
Christ’s greatest warning to this world is found in Matthew 24. What makes it
the greatest? It addresses the world’s greatest deception!
With a growing marijuana culture, are you sure you know the facts?
Do you as an individual desire to change?
Meditating on the aspects of the law discussed in this Psalm shows us how to never allow Satan to rule us. How well versed are you in that law? How much do you love it?
Learn how to follow through on what you say the way God does.
This is your brain on sin.
The Passover teaches that unless we mourn the death of Christ, we will not go on to build a relationship with God.
Which foods and/or products should we discontinue using during the Days Unleavened Bread?
It’s more common than you might think.
It is human, and very natural, to be self-righteous.
How can we avoid being taken captive by Satan the devil after receiving our deliverance from the bonds of sin?
As we approach the Passover and the Days of Unleavened Bread, Egypt should be at the forefront of our minds.
No one can ever be saved by obeying the law—any law.
To enjoy the blessings God wants to give us, we must
deeply understand the way of life to avoid.
Have a healthy, balanced, positive yet realistic perspective on yourself instead.
When you sin, and perhaps get depressed over it, Christ is at God’s throne as your Advocate!