πŸ‘‹ How to deal with discouragement (and other Insightful Devotionals You Might Have Missed)

Hello everyone!

As you may already know, I do my best to send out daily Bible reading blogs to serve as your daily spiritual food.

As the week comes to an end, let me share with you some of the devotionals you might have missed in the past days:

  1. The significance of the Day of Pentecost
  2. How to deal with discouragement
  3. Do you limit yourself when it comes to giving?
  4. The Boldness and courage of the Apostles
  5. How to pray the Scripture
  6. The foolishness of Ananias and Sapphira
  7. Esther Bible Story: For such a time as this

That’s it for me.

I hope to see you next time!

Regards,
Joshua


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2 thoughts on “πŸ‘‹ How to deal with discouragement (and other Insightful Devotionals You Might Have Missed)

  1. Greetings and blessings, I have a question. Does Sunday end or begin the week? Is it the first or seventh day? History shows that the sequence of the days has never changed, and Saturday has always been the seventh day of the week from creation. Had there been a change, would we have an historical writing? Just a topic I thought you might be interested in since it is God’s fourth Commandment. Could it be that this has been overlooked by the entire Christian Faith? Could it be that he(Satan) deceived the whole world? How? Through false teachings as he did with Adam and Eve! Even Satan can transform himself into an angel of light. β€œCome out of her My people, lest you partake of her sins” Sin is still the transgression of the law, and the wages of sin is still death. Repent and be converted that your sins may be blotted out. When we change our thinking,(repent) God will change our heart! Blessings as we seek HIS will, and crucify ours. Galatians 2:20,6:14

    Patty Graham mawsalad.com

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