bible verses

For five years, I have chosen a few words from the bible to help encourage entrepreneurs as well as myself. It is a blessing to be able to share these words with so many around the world. It's important to remember that "we are God's hands."
These are 5 verses about money that, even as I just scratch the surface of understanding them, have revolutionized my financial life. Each one of them has had a strong impact on me during good times and during financial struggles as well.
Jesus said we're not to live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God -- and that includes the word "whatever."
Does any of this make sense? Do you begin to understand why you don't single out sins, or try to pretend your sins are less wrong, or shout out sins instead of witnessing directly to people, or get upset if you are truly being persecuted for being a Christian?
I have never seen or heard any street preacher claim that they reached people with their message. But isn't that the reason for witnessing to people? Isn't the goal to bring people to God, not drive them away? Why would you rejoice in upsetting people instead of saving them?
Jesus, as all great reformers have, sided with the oppressed. This new kind of skewed fundamentalism is radically new and far removed from true Christianity. True Christianity offers us a far superior doctrine -- one of social justice, love and equality.
Running your small business is a spiritual journey as much as a road trip to business success.
Joel Baron’s Take This plaintive Psalm recalls the Babylonian exile and the mournful refrains, not of the people Israel, but
New Years resolutions seem doable when paired with with the ancient wisdom in the Bible. In Peter (1:22), it says, “Your
Everybody remember those Jesus Rifles? The rifles being used by our troops in Iraq in Afghanistan that have Bible verse inscriptions on their sights? The sights whose manufacturer, Trijicon, was going to be sending the military modification kits for to remove these inscriptions? Well, this isn't going exactly as expected.