Breaking Bread. Idolatry.

1 Corinthians 10:1Moreover, brethren, I would not that ye should be ignorant, how that all our fathers were under the cloud, and all passed through the sea; 10:1 Warnings Against Idolatry SUMMARY OF I CORINTHIANS v10: Lights from Jewish History. Beware of a Fall. Will Not Be Trials Greater Than We Can

Love Always Protects.

Love Always Protects by Max Lucado Genesis 3:21 has been called the first gospel sermon. Preached not by preachers, but by God himself. Not with words, but with symbol and action. “The LORD God made clothes from animal skins for the man and his wife and dressed them” (Gen. 3:21). God covers them. He protects them. Love


By Pam Berry I KINGS 19:16,19-21 Before we deal with the text, let’s try to learn a little more about Elisha. In reality, he is just an ordinary man. The Bible doesn’t specify if he was from a rich family but if they had 12 yoke of oxen, they were not poor.

Breaking Bread. The Helper.

From One Year Devotional Prayer Book Vol.II by Johnny Hunt As believers, we are to heed Jesus’ words. Our love for God is not exhibited by how well we talk or how loudly we shout, but by how obedient we are. Three times in John 14, Jesus said that those who love Him

Breaking Bread: Control

CONTROL From Jesus LivesTM by Sarah Young Entrust your loved ones to Me. They are much safer with Me than in your clinging hands. Sometimes you confuse loving others with rescuing them. When a loved one has a problem, you often feel responsible to come up with a solution. Then you plunge headlong into

Breaking Bread. Holy Ground.

From Jesus Calling® by Sarah Young: Holy Ground “Do not come any closer,” God said. “Take off your sandals, for the place where you are standing is holy ground.” —Exodus 3:5 At the burning bush, Moses stood on holy ground and heard the very voice of God. And now I am asking you to step

Breaking Bread. God’s Finest.

  God’s Finest Work Peter and his fellow storm riders knew they were in trouble. “But the boat was now in the middle of the sea, tossed by the waves, for the wind was contrary” (Matthew 14:24). What should have been a sixty-minute cruise became a nightlong battle. The boat lurched and lunged