Heart2Heart Announces Fall 2020 Bible Study

/ Sandra Bivens Smith / Edit

Heart2Heart announced their fall Bible Study to begin in September. They will be offering the option of an in home (Charlotte area) or on-line study of the book of Hebrews.

Follow the Registration link below to reserve your spot. (Space for the in home study is limited; registration will be accepted on first come basis)

Go to Bible Study Registration

Food for thought

The world promises us so many benefits and pleasures. However, the world’s promises are always conditional, always temporal, and they can never truly satisfy. More often than not, the promises the world gives will never be fulfilled.
Unlike the world, not only does God not lie, He cannot lie. When we are in Christ, when we abide in Him, we can be assured that what He promises, He will do.

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Sandra Bivens Smith. © 2014

Food for thought

Even though we know that God’s discipline is a demonstration of His love for us, it is not fun.  Discipline is at best unpleasant, at worst painful.  

Like Jonah, we often make things hard on ourselves. In Job 42:2 we read: “I know that you can do all things, and that no purpose of yours can be thwarted.”

From “Lessons From Jonah”

Sandra Bivens Smith © 2015, 2017

Daily Inspiration From The Psalms

He sent from on high, He took me; He drew me out of many waters. He delivered me from my strong enemy, And from those who hated me, for they were too mighty for me. They confronted me in the day of my calamity, But the LORD was my stay. He brought me forth also into a broad place; He rescued me, because He delighted in me. (Psalms 18:16-19)

Food for thought

I am a child of the 60’s, the generation which set out to “find ourselves.” There are book aplenty to tell us how to find our purpose. Rick Warren’s Purpose Driven Life has been translated into more than 59 languages and is reported to have sold more than 30 million copies. The writer of a blog I came across recently promises that by following his prescribed method, you can discover your life’s purpose in fifteen to twenty minutes. Through the ages man has struggled with the question, “what am I here for”?

From “Never Thirst Again”

Sandra Bivens Smith

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