Contentment is like a double-edge sword. In life we need to work hard to achieve and better ourselves, and so if I am content I might not have the drive to do so. But if I am solely focused on my goals and aspirations I may forget to appreciate my current blessings and never be at peace. So true contentment requires a balance to be happy where you are, and to trust in where you are going. The result of such a balance is a crown of peace, or as it is said in today’s quote – you will have a crown called “content”.
“My crown is called content: A crown it is that seldom kings enjoy”. – Bible or Not?
We find this quote in…
It was hard to not think about Israel this week with the news coverage of President Obama’s and Prime Minister Netanyahu’s meeting and press conference. Add the latest developments with the situation of Iran and it’s easy to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. No, today’s post is not going to be political (well maybe a little).
“Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: May those who love you be secure.” – Bible or Not?
It’s common knowledge that the USA is undoubtedly Israel’s strongest supporter and ally, but what few people may realize is that such love and support comes with a promise. The promise is, that for those who pray for Israel and the peace of Jerusalem…
Thanks to Brooks from Texas for inspiring today’s quote. Our iPhone and Android Bible games have a Feedback feature, so we frequently get feedback notes from players telling us what they like, what they’d like to see, or if they found a bug or some other type of error. Great stuff, we love it! We got a note from Brooks Friday night about the famous lambs lying down with lions quote.
“And the lion shall lie down with the lamb.” – Bible or Not?
I would say that 99% of the people you ask would say that this quote can be found in the Bible. As a matter of fact, when we added it to our Bible games, I went to the Bible to find the source. Yes, I knew exactly where in Isaiah to go…