Word for the Day: The Great Dragon

~ Word for the Day: The Great Dragon–Revelation 12:7–9. NIV ~ The Great Dragon 7 Then war broke out in heaven. Michael and his angels fought against the dragon, and the dragon and his angels fought back. 8 But he was not strong enough, and they lost their place in heaven. 9 The great dragon was hurled down—that ancient serpent called the devil, or Satan, who leads the whole world astray.  Revelation 12:7–9. NIV Biblical Dragons Dragons are mentioned in the Bible at least 35 times in the King James translation….

Word for the Day: Consider the Flowers

~ Consider the flowers of the field. Matt. 6:28-29 ~ Consider the Flowers “And why do you worry about clothes? See how the flowers of the field grow. They do not labor or spin. 9 Yet I tell you that not even Solomon in all his splendor was dressed like one of these.” Matthew 6:28-29 NIV The words of Jesus in Matthew 6:28-29 should be an inspiration and comfort to us all, yet most of us find ourselves bogged down…

When Wrong Is Called Right: Things Jesus Never Said or Did

~ When Wrong Is Called Right–What Would Jesus Do? ~ There is a way that appears to be right, but in the end it leads to death.  Proverbs 14:12. NIV Living in Clown World We live in a Clown World— a world that has turned to chaos, a world where dark is called light and light is called dark, a world where sin is celebrated and righteousness is rebuked–a world predicted and revealed several places the Bible. 3 But mark this:…

Word for the Day: The First Rainbow

~ The history of the first rainbow ~ In what is one of the most ironic gestures of our time, the LGTB-alphabet groups have tried to appropriate the rainbow and make it all about them. In 1978, the rainbow flag representing homosexuality was first flown. Nevermind, that rainbow flags have been flown for other reasons throughout hstory. Now the rainbow flag has become almost synonymous with aphabet “rights.” The irony is that the rainbow was originally and remains today, a…

Word for the Day: The Name of the Lord to Be Praised

~ Psalm 113:3– The name of the Lord is to be praised. ~ In the Bible, the book of Psalms tells us the name of the Lord is to be praised all day long, from the time the sun rises in the morning until it sets in the evening. The Bible constantly reminds us to praise God at all times. I will give thanks to the Lord because of his righteousness;    I will sing the praises of the name of the Lord Most High. (Psalm 7:17)…

Word for the Day: Though the Mountains May Be Moved Into the Sea

~ Though the Mountains May Be Moved Into the Sea ~ Christian songstress Tasha Layton has a beautiful song out now, “It’s Gonna Be OK.” The powerful chorus contains these moving lines: “Though the mountains may be moved into the seaThough the ground beneath might crumble and give wayI can hear my Father singing over me“It’s gonna be ok, it’s gonna be ok” Listen to it here. The book of Psalms puts it like this: 1 God is our refuge and strength,    an…

Word for the Day— Psalm 119:105

~ Word for the Day— Psalm 119:105 NLT ~ Your word is a lamp to guide my feet    and a light for my path. One of the songs that got me into Christian music was performed by a young Amy Grant, written by Grant and Michael W. Smith—“Thy Word.” The simple song quoted Psalm 119:105 (KJV): “Thy word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path.” It was and remains a lovely song and it still helps…

AWAKE IN THE DAWN: Living the Lord’s Prayer Released

~ Now Available–AWAKE IN THE DAWN: Living the Lord’s Prayer by Craig Smith ~ Awake In the Dawn: Living the Lord’s Prayer, a fresh, new devotional concept, shares a year-long journey applying the Lord’s Prayer to our daily lives.  Written by Craig Smith and published by Forefront Books, Awake In the Dawn is available today in both print and audiobook formats.  Awake In the Dawn is a simple daily offering of encouragement, designed to help readers start their day, reflecting…

Happy Thanksgiving 2020 from Christian Activities!

Thanksgiving 2020: How can we be thankful with COVID-19, an unresolved Presidential election, business closures, mask mandates, and social distancing? Thanksgiving 2020 is perhaps the most unusual Thanksgiving we have had since November 2001 following 9/11. Back then we were all shell-shocked by the horror of the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon as well as United Airlines Flight 93 which crashed in a field in Pennsylvania. Not since then has our country faced such upheaval as we…


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