ABBA (Romans 8:15) ADVOCATE (I John 2:1 kjv) ALMIGHTY (Genesis 17:1) ALL IN ALL (Colossians 3:11) ALPHA (Revelation 22:13) AMEN (Revelation 3:14) ANCIENT OF DAYS (Daniel 7:9) ANOINTED ONE (Psalm 2:2) APOSTLE (Hebrews 3:1) ARM OF THE LORD (Isaiah 53:1) AUTHOR OF ETERNAL SALVATION (Hebrews 5:9) AUTHOR OF OUR FAITH (Hebrews 12:2) AUTHOR OF PEACE … Continue reading Names of God Throughout the Bible
I have been in the middle of two major transactions - purchasing and selling a home. Now that we are settling into our new home, our focus now turns to our old home. Selling our home is a learned process which I haven’t done in about 13 years but I do know someone who does.
I have previously shared in the post, Art of Adoption(s): Unless the Lord Builds the House, regarding the home the Lord gave to us in order to build our family. It shares how my wife, myself, and Joshua moved into a large home with lots of room for God to build our family from three to nine.
Yet in all these things we are more than conquerors through Him who loved us. Romans 8:37 Paul who wrote this in his letter to the Romans was a Roman himself and knew Roman conquerors and their history. The Roman empire did not achieve world dominance by being nice. They took it by force.
When Paul used the analogy of the Roman soldier to the believers in how that should cloth themselves in God, he stressed the importance of armoring our feet with the 'gospel of peace.' "and with your feet fitted with the readiness that comes from the gospel of peace." Ephesi- ans 6:10-17 NIV The shoes or sandals of Roman soldiers would have been strategically prepared for optimum warfare. In order to have better footing in battle, they would place nails or spikes in the bottom of their shoes. The common day sports cleat would have nothing on these ancient armor practices.
There are three parts of Joshua 1:8 that God has provided for meditating on His Word . . .
When improving, remodeling, or rebuilding an establishment, it is important to review the blueprints. In our offices, we have a drawer full of blueprints regarding our campus. Though our campus is several decades old, occasionally we review the original intent of the leaders and architects who dreamed of our campus’ purpose and intent. It is … Continue reading Returning to the Blueprints