One’s heart is the determining factor for the choice we make for a path in life.
This is a follow up to last week’s lesson, and includes a brief discussion of the three most common views of divorce and remarriage taught today.
Sometimes we fail and think that we should never try the same thing ever again. However, these disciples learned some great lessons that could help us to be spiritually successful.
During His Galilean ministry, Jesus met a Roman centurion, a Gentile, who revealed greater faith in Him than anyone He had met among the Jews. The lesson must not be on us: sometimes, faith comes from unexpected sources.
Each of us loves to have important roles to play in life. We have the opportunity to be a messenger for the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords.
As the Lord neared the end of His earthly ministry, He continued to prepare His disciples for the road ahead. In this text, He deals with four questions that required their self-examination, as well as our own.
From yesterday’s Bible reading comes the familiar story of the Lord’s visit with Mary and Martha in Bethany. Following Martha’s complaint about her sister, the Lord commends Mary for “choosing the good part.” What did that mean for these two sisters, and what does it mean for us?
From this week’s daily Bible reading comes two touching stories of the Lord’s power to heal all illnesses and raise the dead. In both cases, the demonstration of faith by those helped made all the difference.