For you have in mind not the things of God! This is a pretty strong statement that Lord Jesus makes while criticizing Peter for his lack of understanding regarding the mission of Christ on Earth. The following verses give more details about this conversation.
8Blessed are the pure in heart, for they will see God. (Matthew 5, 8)
Yes, in the above verses Lord Jesus says; blessed are the pure in heart, for they will see God. In other words; if your heart is pure, you are blessed; because you will see God. Apostle Paul also says the same thing in the following verse.
Nowadays, whether in business or in marriage; unholy alliances are very common among Christians and many of these unholy alliances often produce very disastrous consequences. But what are those disastrous consequences? Let us examine them on the basis of the following scripture found in 2 Chronicles 18.
In Luke 18, Lord Jesus tells the Parable of a Persistent Widow who kept on knocking the doors of an unjust Judge to get justice against her adversary. But, what are the Lessons that we can learn from this parable of the Persistent Widow? Let us examine.
How to be wise in the time of a famine? This question might sound irrelevant in this modern age. However, there are some things we could learn from the stories involving famines in the Bible. That is what I am going to discuss in this article.