7 Lessons on Grace and Peace from Paul’s Epistle Greetings

Grace and peace. Who does not want that in their life? Who would not appreciate someone sharing God’s grace and peace with them? From Crosswalk.com……..

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A Walk of Good Works: Ephesians 2:8-10

This article touches on how Scripture equates our life with the way we walk. I suppose this is because how we walk and where we choose to walk tells a lot about us! From Place for Truth……………….

How Creating a Context Vacuum Sucks Us into Overwriting God’s Word

This is a pretty important article because it addresses an important problem that probably occurs frequently in our reading and studying of Scripture; and that is, if we are unaware of the context of a particular, then our minds will supply a context, which may very well be incorrect for that particular portion of Scripture. From Stand to Reason………………………..

https://www.str.org/w/how-creating-a-context-vacuum-sucks-us-into-overwriting-god-s-word

5 Myths about Depression

As widespread and common as depression is, it surprises me to realize that so many people are misinformed about it. This brief article addresses some of the misinformation that is out there. Here is a quote I really liked: “Gandalf, one of my favorite quotable characters who exists only but no less vividly in the minds of readers, said ‘Despair is only for those who see the end beyond all doubt. We do not.’6 It is a temptation to think that we do when we do not, and to see an evil end when God has something quite different in mind and in store. Yet, it is a temptation to which most—if not all—of us are vulnerable.” From Crossway.org…………………..

https://www.crossway.org/articles/5-myths-about-depression/