Studies, Lessons & Devotionals
No doubt the recent US elections evoked mixed emotions and sent reverberations across the globe.
Nowhere was this most felt than in America's northern neighbor, Canada.
In an article originally published in Relevant Magazine, Stewart Escalona, a single professional disciple in the Toronto Church, Toronto, Canada, shares a spiritual perspective on this historically significant event.
With refreshing clarity, Stewart invites readers to dig deeper and consider the events from an eternal perspective. Stu is a professional writer and rapper. He is also part of the staff of the Toronto Church, where he has worked primarily with the youth and family ministry. His passion is to present the gospel in new and creative ways for people to connect.
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Perhaps you've felt that your relationship status on social media is a ding on your value.
Reading your Bible goes hand in hand with praying. It’s one of the way’s you get to know God. Also, reading your Bible can help you be open to God’s plan for you. There are many scriptures that convict you on the spot, but the key to a convicting scripture is being open enough to read it and being open enough to letting it convict you. If the Bible is supposed to be “A lamp to your feet and light to your path”, let the Word lead you to God’s plan. The Bible is our daily bread and refreshing water, it’s nearly impossible to live a healthy life without it.