Written 700 years before Christ Jesus came down to earth and put on human flesh, Isaiah wrote the incredibly vivid words of Isaiah 53. In what some term, “the heart of the Bible,” the Prophet Isaiah describes in jaw-dropping detail - the crucifixion of Jesus. Jesus was the long-awaited Messiah, foretold in the Old Testament. … Continue reading Isaiah 53
Christ and Him Crucified: Psalm 22 and Mark 15
Question: Have you ever wondered why Jesus exclaimed, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” before yielding His spirit to the Father? In order to adequately address this heartfelt query, we need to highlight an important cultural detail concerning how scripture was both memorized and shared around AD 30. Per numerous scholars, if … Continue reading Christ and Him Crucified: Psalm 22 and Mark 15
Jesus is the “Son of Man”
Mark 8:31 Jesus’s Disciples documented Jesus’s teachings and miracles with the utmost care and reverence. Therefore, every title Jesus gave Himself, not to mention every act that represented His authority as Messiah, was written down for His Church. And what title did Jesus use most?? The answer may not be what you’d expect! Many might … Continue reading Jesus is the “Son of Man”
Let’s Get into God’s Word, Mamas!
Are you wanting to study the Bible with your children but don’t know where to begin? First and foremost,… “Way to go, Mama!!” Getting into God’s Word is what you and your kiddos need so, very much! Therefore, it’s my genuine prayer that this post will be encouragement to you! Which Study should I choose? … Continue reading Let’s Get into God’s Word, Mamas!
Dr. Craig J. Hazen from Biola University points to Christianity as unique from other religions as it is not a “blind leap of faith,” nor dependent upon a subjective, emotional experience. God has provided a way for anyone to go on an historical investigation regarding the Truth claims of Christianity, and it all hinges upon … Continue reading Jesus’s Resurrection
Apologetics: Links Arranged Alphabetically
What is Apologetics? "Apologetics" is essentially encapsulated in verse 1 Peter 3:15, "always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect..." The word, "defend" in greek is "apologia." This isn't a fleshly defensiveness but instead … Continue reading Apologetics: Links Arranged Alphabetically
The Gift of Joy
“James the Just” (per Josephus), Jesus’s half-brother, was known for having knees like a camel…calloused and tough. He was a man devoted to prayer, and his knees reflected that fervency! Prior to the Resurrection, James was not a follower of Jesus. But he couldn’t deny the miracle he had witnessed…Jesus had risen from that tomb! … Continue reading The Gift of Joy
The Importance of Scripture
"Jesus Christ on the Infallibility of Scripture" by Answers in Genesis ✏️ Voddie Bauchum's "Why I Believe the Bible” 🎞 But Jesus answered (Satan), “It is written, “‘Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes from the mouth of God.”Matthew 4:4 Acts 17:11-12 Now the Berean Jews were of more … Continue reading The Importance of Scripture
https://youtu.be/satO2kss5xA 5 minutes with Dr. Michael Brown ✏️Have you met the real Jesus?✏️Matthew Henry's Bible Commentary on Isaiah 53 Isaiah 53 53 Who has believed what he has heard from us?[a] And to whom has the arm of the Lord been revealed?2 For he grew up before him like a young plant, and like a root out of dry ground;he had no … Continue reading Isaiah 53
"Visit many good books, but live in the Bible." - Charles Spurgeon. Let's devote ourselves to prayer, live in His Words daily, and dive into community. “The Acts of the Apostles" was inspired by God and written through Luke around 60AD.Matthew Henry's Bible Commentary on Acts 7: https://www.biblestudytools.com/commentaries/matthew-henry-complete/acts/7.htmlHave you met the real Jesus? https://jewsforjesus.org/have-you-met-the-real-jesusC.H. Spurgeon's … Continue reading Acts 7