Have you ever heard someone say, “We’re all God’s children?” Are we His children simply by virtue of having been created by Him? Is it because we’re all made in God’s image? Is it because Paul said something to that effect at Mars Hill? What if the privilege of being called a child of God is based on something—or Someone—else entirely? Join me as we search the Bible to discover who are the children of God.
Too Bruised to Be Used?
Jesus is our Redeemer, and He has a plan for your life, no matter how broken, bruised or misused you may feel. See how God used five broken and bruised women as integral parts of His plan to bring Jesus Christ into the world.
First, Be Reconciled
When we allow a brother's hurt feelings to fester, we put his soul in danger. Jesus assigns us the responsibility to make things right.
Don’t Get Triggered
We need to recognize when the devil fires a shot across our bow. When we give in to vengeance, we discredit our witness.
Arrows of Prayer
When the enemy’s fiery darts sail in your direction, fire back with arrows of prayer using the power of God’s word and the authority of Jesus Christ!
It is imperative that we know the truth so we can recognize the lies of the devil. We must become so familiar with the Bible that we instantly recognize when something doesn’t line up with the truth of Scripture.
Seen by the Son
Upon their first meeting, Jesus praised Nathanael's character because the Lord had seen him earlier. How do we want Jesus to see us? ~John 1:47-48
Rooting Out Bitterness
When confronted about his sin in the Garden, Adam pointed the finger at God. What happens when we let offense take root as bitterness in our hearts? ~Genesis 3:12; Hebrews, 12:5
Earnestly in Prayer
God sent forth a command at the moment Daniel began praying. Although Daniel didn't receive an immediate response, the answer was already on its way. ~Daniel 9:20-23
How Far We’ve Come
Don’t be afraid to show people just how far you’ve come because of Christ. When we humbly admit what Christ saved us out of, His light shines brighter out of the darkness of our past. ~Galatians 1:22-24