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Bible Verses

David was in the midst of a trial. He cried out to God for help. He knows that God is faithful and will answer - He's proven that many times before.

His prayer resonates with the fact that he knows God will deliver him from his enemies. Read more...

The days are coming... do those words create a feeling of joy for you? Well, I'm excited every time I read those words. 

The dreaded exile had happened. The majority of the children of Israel had been taken away to Babylon. The chosen nation of priests were now slaves to a heathen country. Read more...

A wealthy young man had heard about the Teacher. He had a question, he wanted to know if there was anything preventing him from being saved. 

Jesus' response was that the young man should sell all that he had and follow him. Saddened, the young man walked away. Read more...

It’s one of the most famous scenes in the Bible: the woman being tempted by the snake in Genesis 3:1.

God had made a perfect world, a perfect couple. he had placed them in the garden with one instruction: "Of every tree of the garden you may freely eat, but of the tree of knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat. For in the day that you eat of it you shall surely die (Genesis 2:16-17)”. Simple, right?  Read more...

“Who is the greatest in the kingdom?” the disciples asked (Matthew 18:1). Maybe they thought Jesus would have called a name from among the twelve. They waited, hardly breathing, for His answer. Jesus calls a child to stand with them.

“Truthfully,” He responds, “Unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. Read more...

Here the psalmist David does what he does best - he offers praise to the Almighty God.

"Praise God!" he says, "Don't forget all the good things He has done for you." Then he proceeds to give a list: God forgives your sins, He heals all your diseases, He saves your life from destruction, He is loving and merciful towards you, He gives you good food to eat.  Read more...

This offer was made to those who had grown weary of the restrictions being placed on them by the Pharisaical system of religion. 

It was made to those who buckled under emotional and physical pressures; those who were oppressed and needed a Savior.  Read more...

In verse 28 of Matthew 11, Jesus implores the weary, the burdened, the disillusioned to come to Him. The reward? Rest. How very ... restful.

But now, here He is, telling us to take on a yoke. Really, Lord? Another weight on my shoulders? It doesn't seem fair or right or logical. Read more...

The children of Israel had wandered away from God. They had inherited the Promised Land and in their joy of receiving the promise, they had forgotten the true God Jehovah. 

God raised up the prophet Micah to speak to His people. He reminded them that He was the one that had delivered them from bondage. He didn't want sacrifices. Read more...

In John's vision he was given a glimpse of worship in heaven. Around the throne of God were four living creatures, the likes of which mankind has never seen. 

These creatures never rest day or night (Revelation 4:8) because they are occupied with worshiping the Most High God. Read more...

Jacob and his mother had successfully deceived Isaac and stolen the blessing meant for Esau (Genesis 27:1-8). As could be expected, Esau was hopping mad and wanted to kill his brother (Genesis 27:41).

To protect her favorite son, Rebekah hatched a plan. "If Jacob takes a wife from among the women who live in Canaan," she tells her husband Isaac. "My life will be so miserable." (Genesis 27:46) Read more...

The first couple had disobeyed God's express commandment. They had eaten the fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. Judgement was being rendered  (Genesis 3:14-19):

The snake was cursed over all the other animals and would now crawl on its belly. Read more...

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