Love

Today’s passage is known as the love passage. Typically this passage will be read at weddings; however, this is not a passage limited to marital relationships. Paul makes it clear that if we do not have love, we are nothing. Love should be behind everything we do and everything we say. Love should be our … Continue reading Love

Blessing Not Cursing

We know our words are powerful. God speaks into being and He created us in His image. We have the power to build up and tear down with our words. Romans 12:14 tells us to, “Speak blessing, not cursing, over those who reject and persecute” (TPT). This is certainly easier said than done. Why would … Continue reading Blessing Not Cursing

Slow to Anger

Read Psalm 86. Today, we are going to look at verse 15, which speaks about how God is slow to anger. When we consider the word “anger,” let us take into consideration that this word translates as “aph” and it’s referencing the type of anger that gets you into a huff— the kind that has … Continue reading Slow to Anger

From the Assembly to Facedown

Everyone continues to say 2020 is unprecedented in so many ways, and yet if we look through history, we find that there is nothing new— the same struggles we face today are the same struggles that were faced years, decades, generations before. If you know history, you are able to see the similarities. As well, … Continue reading From the Assembly to Facedown

Ephesians Study: Anger Management

[Ephesians 4:17-32] 25) Don’t lie 26) Don’t act in anger – James 1:20 - Human anger does not produce the righteousness God desires. [NLT] Anger motivated by pride. Anger that lingers. 27) Give no opportunity to devil 28) If you are a thief, quit stealing. Instead, use your hands for good hard work, and then … Continue reading Ephesians Study: Anger Management