Spiritual growth

Spiritual encouragement, Spiritual growth

Who am I in Christ?

You might understand that you are a child of God, yet think of yourself as a child that the heavenly Father is disappointed in. But that type of perception about yourself isn’t reality. What God says about you is truth. So, allow the Word of Truth, the Bible, to give answer and assurance for: “Who am I in Christ?”

Bible lessons, Spiritual growth, Spiritual motivation

What does Jesus mean by: “My yoke is easy and my burden is light.”

Jesus said: “Take my yoke upon you . . . for my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” But being “yoked” usually implies a heavy burden. Yet, Jesus gives us the image of being yoked alongside Him while He is the One pulling the load. It’s as if we are along for a scroll next to Him and watching as He moves mountains.

Bible lessons, Spiritual encouragement, Spiritual growth

Christ, our provision: Jesus feeds 5,000 by miraculously multiplying five loaves and two fish (part 2)

When God calls us to a task, we tend to first look around at what we lack, rather than look up to Him for provision. In this two-part Bible Study, Jesus feeds the five thousand by miraculously multiplying five loaves and two fish. Likewise, for Christians today, our God still provides through seemingly impossible ways.

Bible lessons, Spiritual growth

Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength.

Jesus said the greatest commandment is: “Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one. Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all you mind and with all your strength” So, what does it mean to love God? God has given us observable indicators that show demonstrated evidence of our love for Him or lack of love for Him.