VOW: Love – Romans 13:10

Verse of the Week Love does no wrong to a neighbor. Therefore LOVE is the fulfillment of the Law.Romans 13:10 Many times the Law/Torah is distilled down to a few key points of Torah by the prophets, Paul and even Yeshua. In this week's verse, Paul has distilled it to one: LOVE - loving your... Continue Reading →

VOW: Choices – Luke 10:40-42

Verse of the Week But Martha was distracted with much serving. And she went up to him and said, “Lord, do you not care that my sister has left me to serve alone? Tell her then to help me.” But the Lord answered her, “Martha, Martha, you are anxious and troubled about many things, but one thing is necessary. Mary... Continue Reading →

VOW: Gentleness – Proverbs 15:1

Verse of the Week A soft and gentle and thoughtful answer turns away wrath, But harsh and painful and careless words stir up anger.Proverbs 15:1 (AMP) Have you ever had this happen to you? You are having a bad day and someone says something kind to you and you get choked up. It's like their... Continue Reading →

Think on these things – Devotional – PRAISE

If there be any PRAISE The Greek word translated as praise or praiseworthy in this verse is EPAINOS. It is pronounced ep-ahee-NOSS. Strong's G1868 has the biblical usage of commendation, praise, approval. Praise is both a verb and a noun. The contemporary definitions and synonyms are: verb definition: the expression of approval or admiration for... Continue Reading →

Think on these things – Devotional – VIRTUE

If there be any VIRTUE The Greek word translated as virtue is ARETE. It is pronounced are RET ay. Strong's G703 lists the bibilcal usage as a virtuous course of thought, feelings and action - virtue, moral goodness; any particular moral excellence, as modesty, purity. The contemporary definition and synonyms are: definition: behavior showing high... Continue Reading →

Think on these things – Devotional – LOVELY

Whatsoever things are Lovely The word translated Lovely in this verse is the Greek word PROSPHILES. Strong's G4375 and is pronounced PROS fee lace. It is used only once in the Bible. The Strong's Concordance lists the biblical usage as acceptable, pleasing. The contemporary meaning of lovely generally revolves around attractiveness. However, the informal definition... Continue Reading →

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