321 Insights: How to walk in faith with God

Hello dear readers!

It’s time once again for our 321 Insights. Every Thursday, I send out my weekly newsletter where I share 3 blogs, 2 lessons, and 1 Biblical question.

3 Blogs

  1. What does it mean to walk with God in faith?
  2. How and why you should make God your top priority?
  3. Is Mary, Mother of Jesus, a Perpetual Virgin?

2 Lessons

Lesson 1:

We can’t be a friend to God and a friend to Satan at the same time. You need to choose your side. Let us stop becoming a borderline Christian and start living a life as near as possible with God.

Lesson 2:

If you’re ultimate goal in this life is to be happy, then you are doomed to fail. You will eventually find yourself empty. What you need to do instead is to make other people happy and happiness will eventually find its way back to you.

1 Bible Question

What is that one thing you can do today to overcome fear in your life?

Today, as the world is going through a crisis, it is not difficult to be fearful.

A lot of people are losing their jobs, millions are getting sick, and the days seem to get worse before they get better.

In all these, it’s not difficult to be fearful. So, what are you doing today to help overcome fear?

I would like to help you. I have written an article before about overcoming fear. Please have some time to read or review it to learn more. The title of the blog is, “7 Biblical Keys to Overcoming Fear.”

Final words

That’s it for me!

I hope you learned a lot from this 321 Insights edition.

If you have any questions, please let me know. You can leave a comment below and I’ll do my best to reply. 🙂

God willing, see again next Thursday!



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