Diagnosing our heart can be difficult. Sometimes generic questions just don’t cut it. It’s easy to fall into a rut, and we all do from time to time. So here are 30 questions to expose our heart to determine specific areas of spiritual weakness that we can work on in our quiet times.
We know that harboring sin in our heart can keep us from our quiet time. But what if someone else holds something against us? Does that affect my quiet time?
While our biggest weakness is the one that keeps us from the word of God and from bringing ourselves under God’s authority, there is more to deal with once we get there. When we are in the Word, there are 3 more key weaknesses that we should focus on when we come to the word of God.
Yesterday was an exciting day for me, as I got unveil my first product Master New Testament Greek. Here’s why I think this is going to be useful to a lot of people. It boils down to 3 simple steps to master New Testament Greek.
Do you find yourself simply reading your Bible without being challenged by it? I do. It’s easy to fall into these ruts, and we all fall into them from time to time. Often there is a variety of factors behind this and they are often connected, but here are 3 reasons I find when I examine my own heart after I’ve fallen into a time like this.
I thought God wants to have a relationship with me? So why is holiness God’s purpose for us? Often evangelists talk about having a relationship with God, but often they don’t explain that this relationship is dependent on growing in holiness. So what is a relationship with God and why is holiness so important?