Bible studies

There is no greater calling than a call to preach God’s word. As Martin Luther famously said, “If I could today become king or emperor, I would not give up my office as preacher.” 

We must understand that all gospel ministers we read about in the bible were weak men who did great things for God because they reckoned on His power and presence in them.

David was not qualified to fight Goliath. God chose David because he trusted Him. David was desperately unqualified but a willing servant.

“The LORD watches over all who love him” (Psalm 145:20 NIV).

When God fills you to overflowing, you never need to fear the future. His goodness and mercy are with you every day. You’re following the Good Shepherd, and he is out in front of you with his rod and staff. And at the back of the flock are a couple of sheepdogs—goodness and mercy—nipping at your heels, making sure you don’t run off into a ravine. These two sheepdogs keep you on track as you follow the Good Shepherd.


Persistence—Holding Fast To Your Confession of Faith

Let us draw near with a true heart in full assurance of faith, having our hearts sprinkled from an evil conscience, and our bodies washed with pure water. Let us hold fast the profession of our faith without wavering; (for he is faithful that promised;) (Hebrews 10:22-23 KJV)

They all made plans to come and fight against Jerusalem and throw us into confusion. But we prayed to our God and guarded the city day and night to protect ourselves. Nehemiah 4:8–9

Build a spiritual foundation upon the habit of reading a daily scripture verse.

As believers in Christ, we must understand the power of the Word of God. The Bible is the ultimate compass for life. All answers are held within its pages. Psalm 119:105 says, “Your Word is a lamp to my feet, and a light to my path.” The Word gives us direction. The Word gives a foundation to walk upon. This foundation is firmly established through your devotional time with a focused daily scripture verse.