Bible Bites

A Christian believer loves the Lord Jesus Christ. We didn’t always love Him. Every true Christian has a ‘past’ – a time in our lives when we kept Christ on the outside. What was the turn-around point in our lives? It was the moment we personally placed our trust in Jesus Christ to save us from our sins and to rescue us from a dark eternity. The Christian life starts with a moment of conversion, a salvation experience.

From that point forward, a genuine believer has an inner desire to please, honor and obey Christ each day of our lives. A Christian is not perfect, but we love, worship and live for One who is – Christ!

We all rely on food for strength and growth. Physically, if we don’t eat every day we become weak. A Christian must have spiritual food every day or we become weak spiritually. A Christian reads their Bible to be strengthened. It is a daily MUST if we are going to grow in Christ.

Bible Bites are just that – bites, small bites, once a week. We are glad you are reading the bites in this section of our website, but remember, they are not full meals. Think of them as little spiritual snacks between the Table Meals with your own Bible. Make sure your daily spiritual diet consists of reading your Bible and praying each day.

If you have any questions or comments, we would love to hear from you.

Bible Bites

Wearing Bible Clothes

By On May 15, 2018

Finding clothes on fashion sites or in magazines is one thing, but have you ever found clothes in the Bible? Clothes that God expects you to wear? Have you paused at your closet door to scan your clothing options for the day, breathing out a perplexing sigh: “What will I wear today?” or “What will I put on?” We make our…

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Stop Looking Back – Start Moving Forward

By On May 8, 2018

“I thought I blew it but then I realized – it’s not all over. Restoration is possible. It’s not too late to change because I still have time. Yes, I have wasted time. I have made mistakes in the past. I even have regrets about yesterday. But this morning, God’s Word reminded me that regardless of what’s lost, what’s behind…

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Christian Mentoring Program

By On May 1, 2018

Mentor: trusted counselor or guide. “Oh my! This sounds suspicious. I don’t like the sound of ‘programs’. We don’t read of programs in the Scriptural Pattern. It sounds too ‘churchy’ and too ‘secular’ for me. It reminds me of one of those packages you buy off a store shelf and there’s not a breath of God in any of it!”…

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Who Did I Really Offend?

By On April 24, 2018

“I’m so sorry. I wish I had never done that. It was wrong. I hurt you. I hurt your family. I disappointed my friends. I actually disappointed my own family. I let down other Christians. And I am sure non-Christians were surprised as well. No matter what way I look at it – it was wrong from every angle.” Sometimes,…

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“I Would Like to Do More.”

By On April 3, 2018

When there’s something to be done, are you standing-in-line waiting for the green light to start? Or do you make yourself scarce or unavailable? Do you show up when the bulk of the work is done, hoping people will assume you did your fair share of the work? Are you the last one to show up and the first one…

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Bare Minimum Mode

By On March 27, 2018

“I’ll do it – but that’s it. I’ll do what I have to do, but nothing else. Don’t expect anything more out of me. I’ll do my part but that’s all I’m doing.” I hate seeing that side of ‘me’ but it’s there; and, I need to confess it to the Lord.  When Paul wrote Philemon, he was asking Philemon…

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Am I Finding Christ’s Yoke Easy?

By On March 20, 2018

Maybe the word ‘yoke’ is not an active word in your vocabulary. A seamstress refers to the yoke of a shirt. Pilots refer to the yoke as the control wheel. Gaming geeks who are into joysticks and controls, probably talk about their yoke for their flight simulator game. Aging farmers nostalgically recall the yokes they once used on their animals….

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Flourishing and Growing Luxuriantly

By On March 13, 2018

Flourishing and leafing. It sure sounds like life! There’s something refreshing and very alive about a plant-stalk budding and breaking out into leaves. It may have just been a stem and stalk for quite a while; but then, a few little tender leaves break out of buds, followed, perhaps, by some blossoms appearing. For those with green thumbs – this…