Book of Mark

First things first: knowing the scriptures and the power of God (Mark 12:18-27) #BibleStudy

Pray In the morning when I rise, give me Jesus. When I am alone, give me Jesus. When I come to die, give me Jesus. Read Continuing with Mark 12, today I’m reading verses 18-27: And Sadducees came to him, who say that there is no resurrection. And they asked him a question, saying, “Teacher,… Continue reading First things first: knowing the scriptures and the power of God (Mark 12:18-27) #BibleStudy

Book of Mark

“Render to God the Things That Are God’s.” (And by the way—everything is God’s.) (Mark 12:13-17) #BibleStudy

Pray Lord, I know that as I read your word, my mind can only comprehend what you enable it to comprehend. My heart can only absorb what you able it to absorb. My will can only submit as you enable it to submit. I welcome your holy spirit to soften my heart, illuminate my mind,… Continue reading “Render to God the Things That Are God’s.” (And by the way—everything is God’s.) (Mark 12:13-17) #BibleStudy

Book of Mark

Here we are, a bunch of tenants, together in God’s vineyard (Mark 12:1-12) #BibleStudy

Pray Father, it is so easy to get out of the habit of beginning my day with your word, and it is so hard to get back into that habit. Yet I know that when I don’t begin with your word, the path for my day is a bit dimmer (or sometimes a lot darker!)… Continue reading Here we are, a bunch of tenants, together in God’s vineyard (Mark 12:1-12) #BibleStudy

Book of Mark

In the face of unjust accusation (Mark 11:27-33)

Pray Lord of my life, because of Christ I can approach you with freedom and faith, knowing that you who are slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love have called me “daughter” and “friend.” With gratitude in my heart, I acknowledge your goodness and your God-ness—that you alone are God, and there is no… Continue reading In the face of unjust accusation (Mark 11:27-33)