Bible Thinking Woman
  • Are You Satisfied?
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    Are You Satisfied?

    Ever been soo thirsty that nothing you drank satisfied you? Your favorite tea, sports drink, soda, frappuccino, nothing!!  It wasn’t until you drank water that your thirst was quenched. Likewise, our souls are thirsty for something and there isn’t anything that will satisfy us, other than the Living  Water. “Blessed are those who hunger and…

  • Renewing Our Heart & Mind
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    30-Day Prayer Challenge: A Heart Fully Devoted to God

    God hears and answers our prayers! Yet, oftentimes we fail to pray for the most important need of every believer… a heart that is fully devoted to God and His Word. “Let your heart therefore be wholly devoted to the Lord our God, to walk in His statutes and to keep His commandments, as at…

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    10 Prayers Every Bible Thinking Woman Prays

    Have you ever asked yourself if you’re praying the right prayers? Wondering if your prayers are actually being heard by God? I’ve been there. It’s good for us to examine our prayer life, considering that there are some prayers that God doesn’t listen to or answer. (John 9:31; Isaiah 59:2) “You ask and do not…

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    5 Benefits For Bible Thinking Women

    Are you a Bible Thinking Woman was a question I posed in a previous blog. My goal was to help reveal the mindset of what a Christian woman thinks (should think) about the Bible. How to become a Bible Thinking Woman, was my next blog attempt on helping us develop a biblical mindset. Then it…

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    Do I Love This World Too Much

    No Christian would admit that they love this world more than God. Yet, if we unpeel the layers of our religiousness; the Christian jargon, the Scripture quoting, church attendance, our long prayers, and all outward displays of religiousness, and exposed the core of our hearts, would we find a love of Christ and His reign…

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    5 Ways to Become a Bible Thinking Woman

    In my last blog “Are You a Bible Thinking Woman?”, we discovered three traits of a Bible thinking woman (BTW). She holds Scripture in high regard, renews her mind with the Word, and she is a woman who thinks. (critically and biblically) Although we may have a clear understanding on what a BTW is, we…

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    Are You a Bible Thinking Woman?

    Woman of faith, woman of God, or godly woman, is often used to describe a Christian woman. How often do you hear someone say, she is a Bible thinking woman? Maybe it’s because we all assume that if we are a Christian, we automatically are Bible thinking women.  But unfortunately, not all of us professing…

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    Does God Honor My Good Intentions?

    In the short film “The Atheist Delusion”, when Haley, a professing atheist, was asked if she thought she was a good person, she responded: “I do” Haley was also asked if God would judge her for violating the 10 commandments, would should be found guilty and would go to Heaven or hell, she responded: “I…

Don’t Be a Weak Woman- Part 3

In part 1 and part 2 of this weak women series, we’ve learned that the women in 2 Timothy 3:6 were women who went to church, yet they were burdened with sin, led by various lusts and passions, lacked spiritual discernment, and didn’t desire the truth of God’s Word. They were vulnerable and gullible, which…

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  • Don’t Be A Weak Woman- Part 2

    In part one of this weak-women series, we discovered that these vulnerable, gullible women were women in the church. They were women with many sins, with guilty consciences, controlled and led by their various lusts and passions, and easy prey for false teachers. The Scripture (2 Tim 3:6), tells us that these women allowed these…

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  • I Won’t Bow Down to the Success god

    Naturally, I am a very ambitious person. I think God just hard-wired me that way. But, if left unchecked, my inner-drive could lead me down a dangerous path that leads to selfishness and self-exaltation. The only way I can keep the self-determination monster at bay, is through reading the Word of God and with the…

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  • 3 Ways to be Blessed by God

    Do you ever feel like God is skipping over you in the “waiting for a blessing” line? You hear about all the wonderful things that God is doing in your friends and family lives, yet you’re in a blessing famine. Your bank account hasn’t changed, no job promotion, no wedding or baby, no new car…

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  • I AM My Sisters Keeper

    If you’re anything like me, as a child you looked forward to being an adult, so you could escape the unreasonable, kill-joy, parental “rules”, that seemingly robbed you from living a fun-filled teenage life. You eagerly awaited for your day of freedom, where you could say the words, “I’m grown” to your parents; no longer…

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  • Legacy of Faith- Part 2

    Have you ever thought about what your legacy will be? For a Christian there is nothing more valuable that we can leave for our family and friends than Jesus Christ and His Word. Sadly, many Christians have bought into the lies of the world that the purpose for living is to be “great”, work, be…

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  • Don’t Be A Weak Woman- Part 1

    Many of us have a favorite woman from the Bible that we strive to imitate. The Proverbs 31 woman, Ruth, Esther, or Mary the mother of Jesus, often hold a special place in our hearts, not merely for the great things they’ve done for the Lord, but also, because we can often see traits of…

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  • When God Says No

    There is a popular Christian cliché that says God’s response to our prayers are either “yes, not right now, or I have something better”. But what happens when God says no to our prayers. I’m afraid that as Christians, we are like children, who when their parents tell them no they can’t have something, we…

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  • The Good Fight

    Did you know we have God’s permission to fight? In fact, we are commanded to do so. But before you go and punch your neighbor, boss or even friend and say “God told me to fight you” and start quoting Scriptures…let me add some clarity. The fight I speak of does require us to fight…

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  • Drifting

    Our drifting away from God is subtle, it sneaks up on us. It’s as if one day we are on fire for God, and the next day we wake up and are no longer in church. What happened? There are a number of reasons we may find ourselves disconnected from the Lord, but I submit…

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An interview with Revive Our Hearts Ministry. Forgiveness is freedom!