“Jesus answered and said unto them, This is the work of God, that ye believe on him whom he hath sent.” — John 6:29
This powerful statement was spoken by Jesus shortly after He had fed the multitude with just 2 fish and 5 loaves of bread. Jesus was speaking of how it was the work of God that just a few fish and loaves of bread could be multiplied into so much food that there was enough left over to fill 12 baskets (John 6:12).
Jesus and His apostles often worked miracles during His earthly ministry. Not only do we see miracles in the New Testanment, but they were done before Jesus came down to earth too, as recorded in the Old Testament. Sometimes called signs and wonders, these were always done so that the unbeliever’s eyes would be opened to the mighty power of God. How do I know this? Take a look at just a few of the other miracles in the Bible and see the pattern: Continue reading
Romans 14:8 For whether we live, we live unto the Lord; and whether we die, we die unto the Lord: whether we live therefore, or die, we are the Lord’s.
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A popular song, written by Joel Houston, front man for the world renowned Hillsong United, is “From the inside out”. It speaks of how much we desire to love the Lord. It speaks of the depths of love that truly as humans we fall so short of ever doing.
Let’s take a listen to this song (and sing along if you like) and then see how it lines up with Scripture. I hope you are blessed by today’s verses and song. Continue reading
“Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. But his delight is in the law of the LORD; and in his law doth he meditate day and night.” — Psalm 1:1-2
When troubles come isn’t it easy to get carried away and commiserate with everyone about it? You tell your story and you complain about “woe is me”. Then before you know it whomever you are commiserating with starts to give you advice on how you can “stick it to” someone. In the Bible a man named Job had a few friends like this when he fell into hard times. Have you read Job? It is so easy to get caught up in listening to someone who appears to be wise, yet consistently gives you ungodly advice, just like Job’s friends. Continue reading
In this clip Bethany Hamilton, the surfer, talks about her small role in DT2 and openly discusses her faith in Jesus as part of a promotion for a mainstream family film with big stars.
I think you will enjoy it!
by Russ Jones | ReligionToday.com Contributor
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The St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Missouri has attracted the attention of the world in the recent shooting and death of unarmed Michael Brown by a Ferguson Police officer Saturday, August 9.
Officer Darren Wilson reportedly fatally shot Brown just minutes after he allegedly robbed a convenience store stealing a box of Swisher Sweets cigars in a strong-arm robbery.
Since the shooting of the 18-year-old African American teenager, Ferguson has been the scene of Molotov cocktails, rioting, looting, and intense protests.
These scenes reminiscent of the race riots of the 60s and 70s in cities throughout the U.S., have many exasperated with the media circus and pondering what is at the core of the crisis. Continue reading
Dolphin Tale 2 and the Home School Movie Club Team Up
to Create an Exciting Curriculum on Aquamarine Life!
There is something VERY exciting happening between home schoolers and Dolphin Tale 2! With the help of Warner Brothers, home schoolers will now have a aquamarine site of their very own dedicated to teaching them about the mysterious and cool adventures going on in the Aquamarine world. The Home School Movie Club, with the help of marine biologist Sheri Seligson (Marine Biologist and author of Apologia’s Marine Biology Curriculum), have created a special Dolphin Tale 2 curriculum for home schoolers to continue to explore the ocean and the many creatures that reside therein.
Dolphin Tale 2 stars Nathan Gamble & Cozi Zuehlsdorff