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That One Temptation…

Part of living in a sin cursed world is that we are going to be tempted to sin, even as Christians. Our heart is naturally filled with sinful desires, and out of those come temptations to sin (James 1:14-15). We fight against those temptations and erase those desires as we progress in our sanctification. It […]

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Is Temptation a Sin?

Sin and the way it works can be complicated. One question that gets asked, that I have asked myself, is whether or not being tempted is a sin? We know for sure that acting on temptation is sin, but is the temptation itself a sin? I’ve heard arguments for both possible answers, but I really […]

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Bible Study Health

Biblical Response to Chronic Illness

Feeling fatigued most days. Being in constant pain. Not being able to do the things you want to do. Chronic illness wrecks the life of the one who has it. As someone who has dealt with chronic illness, diagnosed and undiagnosed, all of her life, I can attest to the suffering that it creates. It […]

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Identity

Your identity is what makes you, you. It is who you are! So where does our identity come from? What forms our identity? If we are saved, our identity is rooted in our salvation. Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. the old has passed away, behold, the new has come. […]

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Bible Study Homemaker

Being a Godly Wife

A month or so ago I decided to do a Bible study on how to be a godly wife. I am getting married in less than a month now and I needed to know how to be the best wife I can be. I started with finding all the verses on being a wife. Next […]

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Bible Study LGBTQ

A Christian Response to LGBTQ+

I’ve been debating writing this post for awhile. This topic is sensitive and a lot of Christians avoid mentioning it. But I decided it was Pride month and finally time to share this post. So here is, from my study of Scripture and personal experience, the proper response Christians should have to the LGBTQ+ community. […]