Alicia Bruxvoort | Proverbs 31 Ministries “But the LORD said to Samuel, 'Don’t judge by his appearance or height, for I have re-jected him. The LORD doesn’t see things the way you see them. People judge by out-ward appearance, but the LORD looks at the heart.’” 1 Samuel 16:7 (NLT) “See me, Mommy! See me!” … Continue reading The Fix for Our Faulty Vision
by Carter Conlon In this hour, when a myriad of voices and false prophets are emerging, we must recognize how imperative it is to have a sound mind, clearly discerning God’s voice and allowing ourselves to be directed by truth. If you choose to turn to God with all your heart, he will begin revealing … Continue reading Led by Truth in a Deceitful Age
Bible Reading: John 18:19-38 Jesus made a profound statement when He said to Pilate, “I have come into the world, to testify to the truth” [John 18:37]. Pilate responded with cynicism [the Amplified Bible uses the word scornfully, asking, “What is truth?” Although spoken with cynicism by Pilate, it is nevertheless, a vital question, and … Continue reading What is Truth?
(Ver 1.4) This is Part 1 on the subject of God’s Knowledge in the Bible. I always try to teach how important it is in correct Bible interpretation to be open to new ideas, thoughts and to things that maybe you haven’t ever heard or considered before. Why do you think that this type of noble attitude might be important to have while studying the Bible? I think if for no other reason, it is based upon the factor of human ignorance and that we are not God who knows it all. We as ignorant humans still have a lot left to learn from our God. If you think that you know it all, or at least that you already know all that you need to know, you are already potentially deceived into believing a lie. Satan I believe wants you to think that you are smarter than you really are. Whenever this deception occurs you…
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Forgiveness is not just a religious thing,
It’s for Everyone who wants to be emotionally and spiritually Free
I can choose to replay hurtful scenarios in my mind or I can choose to let it go and forgive for the sake of my well being.
I know its easier said then done but seriously if you think about it , replaying hurtful things in your mind and carrying bitterness everywhere you go – sounds more miserable.
Forgiveness is not a one time thing , it’s a daily process.
Choosing every day to forgive is another step closer to complete freedom .
Forgiving yourself is important too
This is something I struggle with daily .. I am quite hard on myself but all it does is ruin my peace and joy.
All humanity is flawed
We have to understand we are imperfect people..this will give us room to have compassion for…
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"If any be a hearer of the word, and not a doer, he is like unto a man beholding his natural face in a mirror: for he goeth away, and straightway forgetteth what manner of man he was." — Jas_1:23-24. THERE IS an old fable of a palace, in which one room was remarkable above … Continue reading The Mirror of Truth.
Matthew 11:28 says” Come unto me all, ye that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest. Have you ever felt so relaxed that you had to pinch yourself to make sure it’s real? I know sounds … Source: Resting Equals=PEACE – The Devotion Cafe'
John 8:32(NKJV) And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.”
2 Corinthians 3:16 “Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom.”
The truth should set you free..
The gospel l knew was a gospel of perfection . And so l pretended to be perfect. I wanted to be loved and to fit in so would study people. If they thought l was quiet l would be that to them. In that life l tell you l had many friends. Yet inside l was screaming to be myself.
If you have to please your friends for you to keep them, then they are not your friends anyways.
I thank God that he is teaching me His truth, l am in the process of being transformed. Having been rejected in many occasions left me determined to never be…
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