Posts Tagged ‘God’


FRUITS OF THE SPIRIT Several lessons ago, a cousin of mine made the comments that one of the teachings encouraged her in her daily walk with Jesus Christ. This got me to thinking about our lives and service to Jesus Christ. More specifically how do we know when we are in the right path. I’m […]

21 Years And Counting

Today is my anniversary! I have been married to my fabulous wife for 21 years. She truly is amazing . I guess every man who is happily married say that, but she really is. Not to get to personal, but she puts with all my short comings. She always has. Yet she still loves me […]

A Christian Western Story–Chapter 5

Hours turned into days, days turned into weeks, weeks turned into months. Quanah was a fast learner. His heart was pure in his learning. He had a strong belief in the supernatural things of life. With the story of Jesus Christ, it all came together for him. No doubt the Holy Spirit was at work […]

The Bible-Acts,

HISTORICAL BOOK——–   ACTS—— The book of Acts, like the book of Luke, is addressed to a man “Theophilus” (1:1). Theophilus means “loved of God”. Nothing more is known of his identity, he is mentioned only in Luke’s introduction to his books, Luke and Acts. Although its never mentioned that Luke is the author of […]

The Bible-Luke

THE BOOK OF LUKE The author is Luke, “the beloved physician” (Col. 4:14). He was with Paul on his trips in Acts (Acts 16:10-17, 20:5, 21:18, 27:1-7), and he was with  Paul when Paul was executed (II Timothy 4:11). The place of authorship isn’t fixed.  Luke was written to Theophilus (an unknown person). Some suppose […]

The Bible-New Testament-Mark

MARK The author is John Mark (Acts 12:12). He was the son of Mary, a Christian in Jerusalem in whose house the early church met. Therefore, he was a native of Jerusalem. His uncle was Barnabas (Col. 4:10), who took him with Paul on the first missionary journey of Act 13:5. Halfway through the journey […]

King James Bible/Isaiah Connections/Exodus

The 2nd chapter of Isaiah is very descriptive of the book of Exodus. First example: Ex 12:35 And the children of Israel did according to the word of Moses; and they borrowed of the Egyptians jewels of silver, and jewels of gold, and raiment: The Israel people were willing to donate their gold and silver […]

King James Bible/Isaiah connection/Genesis

Remember in my last post of this subject, I stated that the connection between each book in the King James Bible and the related chapter of Isaiah. This time we will look at Genesis and that relationship. ***Isaiah 1:2 ¶ Hear, O heavens, and give ear, O earth: for the LORD hath spoken, I have […]

Biblical facts

The King James Bible or most English bibles contain 66 books. 39 books in the Old Testament, starting with Genesis through Malachi. 27 books in the New Testament, starting with Matthew through to the last book, Revelation. The breakdown is as follows: Old Testament: 39 books Pentateuch or Torah is made up of Genesis, Exodus, […]

Country Horseback Riding

Several days here ago, I was traveling down the highway. Actually, Kathy was driving while I was in the front passenger seat due to some health problems. I caught myself looking out over the terrain of vast pasture country. Memories came flooding back over me of times in the past where I was riding in […]

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