Browsing Category: Bible Study

If you are reading this article, you must be like me and feel the need to work on changing your heart. Can you relate to wishing the true desires of your heart reflected more Jesus? Can you pray “Thy will be done” and mean it? Could you use more mercy? Wish evangelism came easily to you? Aspire to love your enemies? Dream of doing missions without hesitation? Maybe you wish that your top priority was daily time with the Lord. All these boil down to the desires of our hearts – which, if we’re honest, could use some work. So buckle up …

Some of the most beloved miracles in Scripture are when the Old Testament recounts the times the Lord gave specific instructions to let Him fight the battle. For example, today’s hand-lettered verse is what Moses said right before God parted the Red Sea. But reading this verse brings to mind one big question. Are we supposed to sit back and do nothing? …

Everyone loves a good metaphor, right? Even Jesus! John 15:1 – “I am the true vine, and my Father is the vinedresser.” Metaphors are frequently used to add another layer of thinking that helps us understand, as well as remember, a certain point. Since this is Jesus Christ our Lord speaking, let’s take special care to understand His point …

My readers are the best – you always have ingenious suggestions for new verses for me to hand-letter and study. Verses I would have never picked without your nudge. Take today’s verse for example. This was not on my radar. But I like to let God guide what I study – sometimes through your suggestions. So this one’s ALL on you {grin} …

~ Today’s Scripture art and mini Bible study were designed to give you the steps to take to develop the aroma of Christ. ~ It’s quite descriptive, don’t you think? 2 Corinthians 2:15a (NLT): Our lives are a Christ-like fragrance rising up to God. This verse paints a beautiful picture. And it begs the question […]

I think many people have mixed feelings about today’s verse. Even so, it’s apparently a reader favorite because it has been requested several times. So where do you stand? Do you view it as a holy guilt trip or a holy pep talk? You can do it, you can do it, you can! {clap clap} …

Today’s verse, as well as lettering style, was a “reader request.” Yes, that’s right, I am happy to take requests – as long as you are not in a big hurry! {smile} After studying this verse, I agreed with my reader that it would make a great card. But I must admit that I wasn’t convinced of that at first. I was a little leary of plucking this verse out of its context …

I’ve got a terrific idea for you. When someone asks you what you got for Valentine’s Day, just say: eternal life! After all, it’s the absolute most extravagant gift ever – especially when you consider we don’t deserve it …