Psalms provided the prayerbook for Jesus and the early church. May these contemporary prayer-a-phrases bring us prayers to pray as one in Jesus’ Name.
Scriptures help us to keep our ministries on track.
Sometimes we communicators for Christ forget what we’re trying to communicate or why. When I saw the following verse from Isaiah during my devotional reading time, I realized it not only predicted the earth-work of Jesus, but it describes what we’re meant to do as we preach, teach, or write in all genres.
“The spirit of the Lord GOD is upon me because the LORD has anointed me. God has sent me to bring glad tidings to the lowly, to heal the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives and release to the prisoners.”
What other Bible verses have helped you to keep your ministry or writing on track? I’d be interested to hear in the comments section below. Thanks and blessings.
May God guide and empower each of us as we communicate Christ’s forgiveness and healing love.
The Psalms were the prayerbook for Jesus and the early church. May these contemporary prayer-a-phrases bring us a prayerbook now for us to pray as one in Jesus’ Name.
In turbulent days, inside our country and out, the Psalms continue to speak to us and pray for us.
How blessed are we who delight in God’s Word! May we live by it forever.
On this last day of National Bible Week, let’s get to know the Bible as Jesus encountered it. The Complete Jewish Study Bible (CJSB) gives us that as well as deep insights into the Jewishness of God’s Word – a must-have edition for Christians, Messianic Jews, and all Peoples of the Book.
I like how the NKJV Know The Word Study Bible focuses on the goal of getting to know God’s Word thoroughly. The edition emphasizes three primary options for studying: Book by Book, Verse by Verse, or Topic by Topic – each of which helps us to have a fuller understanding of the Bible.