Jesus’ half brother wrote this book, so you know he had insider information. Sounds like something worth reading.
If you have a high view of Jesus, Hebrews is a great place to hangout. The writer of Hebrews makes a point to assure us that Jesus is above anyone else and that’s how we should see him.
It’s ok to feel sorrow. It’s ok to ask questions. It’s ok to wonder where God is when you suffer. Lamentations proves it.
Want to read a whole book of the Bible in a short amount of time? Philemon’s your guy! But don’t be surprised when it packs a punch.
Paul asks Titus to go to Crete to get the churches there to shape up. It won’t be an easy assignment, but Paul gives specific instructions on how to deal with their particular issues.
This is Paul’s final letter. You can feel his pain and impending doom. He needs Timothy to step up and take over. Check out his plea here:
Everybody needs a mentor and everybody needs someone to mentor. Paul had Timothy. He taught him and then sent him out but stayed connected with him to assure he was set up for success. We could stand to learn from their relationship.
The Thessalonians’ issues have only gotten worse since Paul’s first letter to them. Take a second to find out how Paul encourages the believers to continue in faithfulness despite persecution.
The Colossians wanted to be faithful but there were a lot of things trying to pull them away from Christ. I think we can all relate.
Jeremiah, like Isaiah, is called to warn the Israelites that their sins will soon have consequences. Then Jeremiah, after prophesying for 20 years, has to watch it all unfold. Ugh, talk about painful.