• 10 Tips for Memorizing Bible Verses - Image Title
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    10 Tips for Memorizing Bible Verses

    There are so many reasons why you should want to memorize several Bible verses. A few great reasons to memorize God’s Word include: Gaining thorough knowledge of God’s Word brings you closer to Him.  (Psalm 40:8) (Deuteronomy. 11:18) It’s purifying. (Psalm 119:9) It’s helpful to have verses ready to share with others. (Colossians 3:16) It helps us avoid sinful temptations. (Psalm 119:11) (Psalm 37:31) (Ephesians 6:11) It builds our faith. (Romans 10:17) It’s comforting and helpful for you and those around you. (Psalm 119:50) It sends Satan running. (Jesus quoted Scripture in time of temptation, Matthew 4:1-11) 2 Timothy 3:16 (KJV) says,          “All scripture is given by inspiration of God,…

  • Image Title: God Sees Your Mistreatment - Devotional
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    God Sees Your Mistreatment

    Each one of us can think back to a time when somebody has wronged us. Mistreatment, unfairness, the violation of honesty, respect, consideration, etc. can cause agony, hurt and frustration in our lives. Jacob could easily identify with our frustration of being mistreated. He had been continually wronged by his father-in-law, Laban. Jacob discussed this issue with Rachel and Leah, “And ye know that with all my power I have served your father. And your father hath deceived me, and changed my wages ten times; but God suffered him not to hurt me.” – Genesis 31:6,7 kjv Then, we see that God revealed something special and personal to Jacob, “For…

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    A Lesson Learned from Manasseh

    The Bible, God’s Holy Word, is truly a source from which we can glean lessons on a daily basis. I found some valuable truths while recently reading of Manasseh in II Chronicles 33 Starting with a little background… Manasseh was 12 years old when he began to reign in Jerusalem. He reigned a total of 55 years. (vs. 1) He was a king that did evil in the sight of the Lord. (vs. 2) Here’s a few truths to take away from II Chronicles 33… 1. When we do wrong, we also influence others to do wrong. God’s Word says, that “Manasseh made Judah and the inhabitants of Jerusalem to…

  • Fruit of the Spirit Bible Verse Image Galatians 5:22,23 KJV
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    Fruit of the Spirit Bible Study Workbook/Journal Pages

    It’s ready to go! And it’s FREE! Here is the Fruit of the Spirit Bible study and journal pages that I’ve been promising to my newsletter subscribers. If you haven’t joined HCH special members yet, please subscribe so that you can be alerted in advance of upcoming content. Subscribe HERE SIDE NOTE: You do NOT have to download or print anything. You can BOOKMARK the workbook to read online. You can also answer the questions in your own journal at home if you don’t want to print anything out. ***You may use this for your own personal use or in your own ministry. If you wish to share online; however,…

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    From Grumpy to Grateful – 5 Simple Ways to Change Your Attitude

    Have you ever felt grumpy, but you knew in your heart there really wasn’t a good justification for being a grouch? Our flesh seems to revel in grumbling when things are less than perfect. We know that life could be much worse, but we’d rather gripe than act joyful. On the other side of the fence, you and I both have experienced days that were truly horrific. We’ve probably had legitimate excuses for being a bit grouchy at times. But then we come to that testy question… Does grumbling please God? In the Old Testament, we read how the Israelite people grumbled and complained often. It displeased God much. Looking…