It's with joy and excitement in the Lord that I welcome you to our month of MUCH MORE. During our Morning Dew service today, 1st of November, we read Ephesians 3 from verse 10. It all came 'alive' again as we prayed
Countless people have lost their blessings to doubt and unbelief. Many have called upon the name of the Lord but along the way they gave up. Challenging times will come. In James 1:1- 4, the Bible calls it a trial.
Statistics show that most people professing faith in Jesus have never completely read their Bible. Many people start reading the Bible but then become overwhelmed by the number of chapters (1,189) and verses (31,102) there are. What we don't realize is that we can read the Bible in a year by reading fewer than four chapters a day.
By dividing the Bible into 365 daily readings, your goal of reading the Bible in a year can easily be accomplished. Here at Bible Study Tools, not only can you come and read the Bible on a daily basis, but we can help you chart your reading progress online during the year. That means you don't have to wait until the New Year -- you can start reading the Bible today.
The Bible in a Year reading plan contains 365 daily readings designed to help you easily read the entire Bible in just one year. Simply select your preferred reading plan, the date you wish to begin, your preferred translation, and then click the button. We will create your customized progress chart, and you'll be on your way!
The story of the man, Jesus Christ, begins in the gospel of Luke chapter one. An angel appears to a young girl called Mary in the town of Nazareth, Galilee. She is engaged to be married to a carpenter called Joseph. The angel tells her that the power of God will come upon her and she will conceive without knowing a man and give birth to a special child, and his name would be called Jesus Christ.
From the start, Jesus was no ordinary child. He was conceived supernaturally and, as a child, he was exceptionally wise and garnered favour wherever he went. Even the priests were astounded by the depth of his knowledge.
Jesus was special because he was sent by God to come to a world full of sin and evil. His sole purpose of coming to the world was to deliver people from their evil ways and give them new life. He came to heal the sick, heal the broken hearted, give hope to the hopeless and also hope of eternity.