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9 Reasons to Read the Bible in 60 Days

I know what you might be thinking. Reading the entire Bible in two months sounds crazy! But it’s for real. People are reading—and loving it! At the end of this article I offer a personal challenge and invitation, but let’s answer the question: Why should we even consider this idea?

Here are 9 reasons to re-think a Bible power-read:

Be Anxious for Nothing: 10 Practices to Give Anxiety over to God

“Be anxious for nothing..." Thanks be to God—there are very practical, tangible things we can do to follow Paul’s advice about anxiety. By pursuing small steps of healing, not only will we take God’s Word about our fears seriously, but we’ll stop feeling so anxious.

5 Indicators of an Evil Heart

I think one of the reasons we don’t “see” evil is because we find it so difficult to believe that evil individuals actually exist.

10 Things Satan Can't Do

If Satan can steal, kill, and destroy, how can I overcome him? He can steal the word and God’s promises right out of my head, leaving me with no way to fight. He can cause tragic situations to happen and even kill me. He can destroy relationships and things that I cherish. What can I do?

10 Prayers to Help You Exchange Anxiety and Fear for Peace

We do not overcome the effects of ‘the news’ by denying or ignoring the evil in our world that causes such intense emotions, but rather by applying scriptural truth to circumstances and responding biblically.

What does the Bible say about fear and anxiety; and what might we pray to the Lord based on those Scriptures that can help us exchange toxic emotions for God’s wondrous peace?

God's Top Ten Answers to Your 'Why' Questions

Although it is human nature to question and try to find the reasoning behind God’s ways, I truly believe most of our “why” questions result from ignorance about Who God is or a lack of faith in what He is doing.

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Palm Sunday - Easter Devotional - April 5

When the crowds heard Jesus was coming to Jerusalem, they cheered, “Hosanna! ” which means, “Save now!” They saw Him as their new King, come to bring salvation from political and societal oppression.