We all face adversity at one time or another in our lives, and how we handle the circumstances of life speaks volumes of our inner man and woman. In the book “As a Man Thinketh”, author James Allen shares the idea that circumstances do not make the man, they reveal him to himself. And when we consider how a Godly person might handle adversity, we can consider today’s quote.
“You can’t keep a good man down.” – Bible or Not?
Find out the origin of today’s quote and listen to a song of the same recorded over 100 years ago.
Happy Easter and Resurrection Day! Up from the grave He arose, with a mighty triumph over His foes – that is our theme for today. And today’s quote goes along with it:
“Hallelujah, Christ arose!” – Bible or Not?
This is the most significant tenant of the Christian faith and the reason for celebration not just today, but every day. This quote comes from the…
As we raise children in the Christian faith, a common theme resounds in how we teach them about the love of God and their relationship with Jesus. One of the most popular children’s song heard in churches and homes is Jesus Loves Me (this I know for the Bible tells me so). As children, the world can be a scary place, and we work hard to reassure them that they are truly loved.
“Jesus loves the little children.” – Bible or Not?
While this popular church phrase is based upon Biblical principles, it is not in the Bible – it’s a children’s song. Here are the full lyrics to the song, and below is some history about its origins and of course a Bible reference…