After looking at Psalms 43 this evening, something popped out of the scripture for the first time. It seems to me that these few verses are a prayer, and then God’s revealing light that showed David the answer to his prayer. This is how it spoke to me today. I pray this posting on Psalms 43 blesses you, in Jesus name, amen.
Something has been on my mind lately that I would like to try here on Serious Things. Once a week on “Fundamental Friday”, let us address a question that enables believers to reason together and discuss some fundamentals.
Either it will flop or we will get some good food to chew on. If you have any questions you would like to see discussed, hit me up via the contact me form from the About menu. Without further delay, here we go..
Fundamental Friday Question
When praying, who do we pray to? The Father, Jesus, or the Holy Spirit? Please provide scriptural references for your answer.
The healing series – Why we often miss it by Pastor Christian Nwobu has been a huge blessing in my walk with God. Pastor Christian has a faith that baffles the mind of this Christian, showing the underdevelopment of my own faith. I thank God that this man has come across my life as a teacher. Here is his teachings on Healing – Why we often miss it. I pray it blesses you, in Jesus name, amen. –
These blessings and responsibilities for believers were taken out of my bible study. It is based on the writings of Paul to the church in Ephesus. Enjoy the scripture. I pray it blesses you, in Jesus name. Amen –
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A brother over at Anointed Place posted a great writing that I wanted to share. God is Holy behind anything we can comprehend with our finite minds. God is not like us and He is set apart. I for one need more respect in prayer and how I handle things of God. As well as paying more attention to reverence and the fear of the Lord. God is not a toy.. I pray this blesses you –
Will the real Jesus Christ please stand up!
Does my life truly reflect Jesus Christ? It very may well from an outward appearance. But, what is the evidence of the wellspring? When I examine the evidence of my wellspring (heart, mind), my answer is an honest no.. the evidence of my life does not reflect Jesus Christ as a whole. Sure, my life does reflect Christ at times, but not as often as the flesh would like me to think. When I honestly examine my wellspring, my thoughts do not always reflect Christ. The true evidence is in my wellspring and not necessarily in my outward actions or words. The true evidence always stems from my thought process and heart. There is some major trickery involved by the wicked one who wants me to believe that I am in a place that I am not. The evidence of my wellspring speaks the truth, regardless of what the emotions say or what the outward actions say. I pray the following confession and lesson blesses you –
Praise God that we have teachers pulling the sheep’s clothing back and calling out the wolves. Thank you Lord – Justin Peters and the Word of Faith movement.