Quiet Time

Did you know that having “quiet time” is very important principle that Jesus Himself exemplified for us? In Matthew 14: 22-23 ESV, “22 Immediately, he made the disciples get into the boat and go before him to the other side, while he dismissed the crowds. 23 And after he had dismissed the crowds, he wentContinue reading “Quiet Time”

“Pray for All the Empty Tents”

I have been studying Leviticus. Ooooooohhhhh…… I just felt some of you roll your eyes at this one inwardly. hahaha. It is difficult to understand the different sacrifices and the rituals. Especially when we don’t sacrifice physical animals to God. Nature versus Behavior is the main idea here. The nature is who we are; theContinue reading ““Pray for All the Empty Tents””

What More Can I Do

I have been busy lately. There are just so many tasks on my to-do list, and it seems like I will never finish them. My sons and husband give me much to do, some of which I like to do. However, I have added things to my list that may, for some, be viewed asContinue reading “What More Can I Do”

Revelations of Mine

I write at times in the middle of the day or night randomly. Then as I reread what I have written, it then seems to me a jumbled mess, almost as if I did a brain dump just to get it all out of my head so that I can process what is going onContinue reading “Revelations of Mine”

Matthew 4:1-11

Here we go again with the study of the first book of the Bible named Matthew. As I have mentioned before, I am attempting to study the book of Matthew using the Inductive Study Method using Observation, Interpretation, and Application. I’ve gone through chapters 1 through 3 in previous posts. Now we are on toContinue reading “Matthew 4:1-11”