This is the fourth book in the Harry Potter Series. It is the first book in the series where we began to see open conflict between the forces of Evil (Lord Voldemort) and the forces of Good. There are five lessons that we can learn from this book: always be constantly vigilant, beware of the […]
http://www.bible.com/111/hab.2.14.niv There will come a time when everyone in the world will acknowledge and recognize God for who he is. When you have doubts about what is happening in the world or about God, remember and cling to this promise.
http://www.bible.com/111/heb.13.8.niv Our God does not change. Keep hold of that in this ever changing world.
http://www.bible.com/111/eph.4.32.niv God has forgiven you, and me asks that you forgive others. Not out of compulsion, but out of love, because God has forgiven you out of love.
Governments are instituted to establish power. In order to understand how God and government interact you have to understand how God views power. However, before that you have to understand how the world defines power. Websters dictionary defines power as “legal or official authority, capacity, or right; possession of control, authority, or influence over others”. […]
http://www.bible.com/111/rom.12.2.niv You are not to be like this world. God has called you to be different. In order to be different you must choose to follow God’s way and not the world’s way. This involves a change in the way that you think. May you be transformed today by the renewing of your mind.
The last installment dealt with how you should interact with your government. We learned that we are to obey our governments because they have have been ordained/appointed by God and that we have a duty to pray for our government. Now we come to the most interesting part of God and government. How to deal […]
http://www.bible.com/111/rom.1.20.niv Nothing could be more true. How can you doubt there is a God when you view the wonders of the created world.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is the only book in the series that does not involve Voldemort directly. However, it still has lessons to teach us. There are five lessons that you can learn from Prisoner of Azkaban: to fight evil you must overcome your fears, appearances can be deceiving, trust your friends […]
http://www.bible.com/111/rom.3.25.niv It is only through Christ’s death on the cross that we receive forgiveness for our sins. Remember that as you go through today.