3 Things God Cannot Do & 4 Things God Does Not Know

3 Things God Cannot Do

1) God cannot learn Because He knows everything!  Which means He knows when you and I will mess up next week!  Remember, He sent Jesus, His Son, to die for the world 2,000 years ago to die for the sins we committed before we accepted Him and received salvation – and for the sins we will still make!  That’s grace and mercy at His finest!  John 16:30; 1 Kings 8:39; Luke 5:22; Ezekiel 11:5; John 2:24-25; John 21:17; Revelation 2:23 Continue Reading

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Q/A What is your translation of choice when it comes to the Word of God? Why?

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My preference is to use both NASB and NKJV.  The NASB (New American Standard Bible) is a literal word-for-word translation and retain as much of the original grammar and sentence structure as possible.  In addition, the KJV (King James Version) and the NKJV (New King James Version) are also literal, but if we compare them to the NASB, the NASB is the most literal. Continue Reading

Loving God with All Your Strength

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Loving God with All Your Strength

Loving God with all your strength means having an intimate relationship with Him and having that constant awareness that we are walking with Him.  We should go through our day with the awareness of serving and pleasing Him.  We should offer ourselves as living sacrifices and not be conformed to this world. Continue Reading