As we continue our focus on scripture in 2016 (#HisWord2016), this verse from Mark calls us to love God with our whole selves!
"Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your should and with all your mind and with all your strength." - Mark 12:30
Here at God's Knot we are always looking for ways to grow in our relationship with God. Reading God's Word each day is such a simple answer it can easily be overlooked. For the next few months, we have resolved to walk through the Bible with you, book by book, and pull out verses that we find impactful. We will share verses that speak to and inspire us and invite you to do the same. We started in Genesis in the beginning of the new year. Post with us on our Facebook page or Twitter timeline using the hash tag: #hisword2016
Wait. Sun? With a “U”? That must be a typo, right? Shouldn’t it be Son of Righteousness like Son of God and Son of Man? Have you ever had this thought cross your mind in the middle of the Christmas Eve service while singing the third verse of Hark the Herald Angels Sing? Sometimes these carols give us pause to reflect on the meaning of the words we come together to sing each Christmas.
By now you have most likely been living on your own long enough to have a pretty good idea of what it means to run a household. Whether it be living in a dorm or an apartment. You know the amount of work it takes to keep your home clean, organized, and livable. You also have developed some preferences in how you like it done. So how does all of this knowledge and your personal preferences translate in a marriage?