When I first thought of writing a Christian blog, I did not expect that in three months of writing what
Revival!! Every church in every denomination (or non-denominational) needs a thorough revival of the saints in God’s flock. The word
To be extraordinary, we must endure the training of the extraordinary. That means we must endure hardships. This article gives four good things that come out of hardships. Knowing that hardships will come, it is best to understand what is good about the hardship so that you can persevere that time in your life. Perseverance creates mighty extraordinary men and women, seperating themselves from the ordinary.
Introduction Poor old Mark! He experienced a life-changing event by ending up in jail for drinking and driving. He decided
Good morning to you this third day of December in the year 2018. I want to write a little piece
Scripture: 2 Timothy 2:3–7 “Endure suffering along with me, as a good soldier of Christ Jesus. Soldiers don’t get tied
You’ve heard it said that the power of life and death is in the tongue. Individual words themselves hold very
Series Overview The Gospel message is not a complicated message. God designed it perfectly this way so that all who
Monday, Nov. 19, 2018 – Series: God’s Love, #3 of 3 Scripture: Genesis 1:27; 2:18; 3:9 “So God created mankind
The United States Marine Corps is not known for producing many “quitters” in life. They had an idea in the
Tuesday, 23 Oct. 2018 – Series: God’s Love, #2 of 3 Scripture: 1 Jn. 4:7-10 Dear friends, we should love
Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it. – Charles R. Swindoll Life! It’s
Marv’s Meditations is the continuation of Daily Devotions and Devotional Series. This devotional addresses some of the love attributes of God and how He uses them. This series on love is a not-to-miss devotional series.
This personal testimony of mine answers the straightforward question as to why I’m a Christian. I do not cite Bible verses or comment on them I just plainly tell why I am. Even meant for Atheists
This is the final devotion in the series on spiritual freedom. This devotional gives us two options, both of which can be decided on. Use a couple minutes of your time and meditate on the question at hand before deciding. I’ll be praying.