John gives us some practical ways in which we can “love the brethren”. Our brother needs food, clothing and a place to live in addition to your prayers! Put your faith in action.
God has plans for all of the precious little ones. We are expected to care for the innocent. Read more here.
“But put ye on the Lord Jesus Christ”. How do you do that?
I’m calling this one egg rolls because they most resemble an egg roll. In fact in the recipe that I made there where no eggs in them at all!
There are many Bible verses about love. Remember that when you say “I love you” back it up with action. Let it never be the empty words that wax cold.
Try these delicious and easy to make calzones — made with biscuits and your favorite fillings.
Our Father is “plenteous in mercy [compassion]”. He overlooks our dreadful human ways and he allows us the mercy and forgiveness that we don’t deserve time and time again.
Have you heard the children’s song “You Reap What You Sow”? I love this little song. It is based on the Bible verse Galatians 6:7 …
For he shall be as a tree planted by the waters … but her leaf shall be green; and shall not be careful in the year of drought. A verse of the day with color.
What is the mystery? Well Paul reveals it right there “the riches of the glory of this mystery among the Gentiles; which is Christ in you, the hope of glory:” Paul was preaching to the Gentile converts in this passage and he is revealing that they [we] have hope of glory because Christ indwells the believer. This is in line with what he says in many of his other writings (Gal 3:27; Rom 8:10; Gal 2:20 and Eph 3:17-18).