Living Christianity Blog

  • Lessons From the Limpet

    Lessons From the Limpet

    God has given us many examples that we can imitate, among both the human world and the natural world. We can even learn from the example of a mollusk! God...Read More

  • We Have Been to the Mountaintop: Now What?

    We Have Been to the Mountaintop: Now What?

    We were given a vision of the Kingdom at the Feast. As we return to our daily lives, what can we do to keep the vision strong in our minds and hearts? Many...Read More

  • Watch Your Speech Seven Days a Week

    Watch Your Speech Seven Days a Week

    A recent experience at Sabbath services prompted a thought in my mind. Should our words during the week be that different from our words on the Sabbath?...Read More

  • “All Those Who Give Hope to the World”

    “All Those Who Give Hope to the World”

    The world is filled with strife and violence. Hope is in short supply. Who is able to provide real, lasting hope? Did you know you are part of that answer?...Read More

  • What to Do When You Feel Unappreciated

    What to Do When You Feel Unappreciated

    Have you ever felt unappreciated? If you have, you may be surprised to learn that an important biblical character likely felt this way too. What can we learn...Read More

  • How to Avoid the Traps of Pride

    How to Avoid the Traps of Pride

    Pride is one of the most insidious and dangerous tools of Satan. How can we recognize it and avoid its destructive influence in our lives? What do you think...Read More

  • Inside the Helmet

    Inside the Helmet

    Your mind is a very precious thing. What can you do to protect it? God actually gave us a piece of armor designed to protect our minds—the helmet of...Read More

  • What Can We Learn From the Most Stressful Day of Jesus’ Life?

    What Can We Learn From the Most Stressful Day of Jesus’ Life?

    Jesus Christ faced more stress than anyone in history and handled it perfectly. What can we learn from this extreme case to help us in our daily...Read More

  • Self-Examination Questionnaire

    Self-Examination Questionnaire

    We will soon be observing the solemn festival of Passover. As we examine ourselves in preparation, this questionnaire may be helpful and illuminating. When...Read More

  • Christ, the Fruit of the Spirit and Passover

    Christ, the Fruit of the Spirit and Passover

    Passover gives us a powerful glimpse into Christ’s life—and how He demonstrated the fruit of the Spirit during the last days and hours of His physical life. If you only had a few hours...Read More

  • 3 Keys to “Test All Things”

    3 Keys to “Test All Things”

    The Bible is the source of truth. But men have developed conflicting teachings, seemingly based on the Bible. Principles of logic can help us test for truth. In 1 Thessalonians 5:21 we...Read More

  • What Can We Learn From Noah?

    What Can We Learn From Noah?

    Noah’s challenges in an ungodly world can remind us of our own struggles. What can we learn from Noah to help us in our work of helping to warn the world today? During the pre-Flood...Read More

  • What Does It Mean to Have Your Heart in the Work of God?

    What Does It Mean to Have Your Heart in the Work of God?

    Today, there is a great work being done to fulfill God’s purpose for mankind. But what is your part in the work? Why should you have your heart in it? In January 2010 the Costa...Read More

  • That the Light May Shine

    That the Light May Shine

    Lighthouses served an important purpose to seafarers. Their effectiveness depended on their head keeper. Lighthouses can teach us important lessons about our lives. What was it like to...Read More

  • Guarding Our Minds

    Guarding Our Minds

    Popular entertainment is becoming increasingly dark and sinful. What should we do? How can we avoid the traps and protect our precious minds? You’ve probably heard the phrase “You are...Read More

  • The Real No-Spin Zone Is on Your Bookshelf

    The Real No-Spin Zone Is on Your Bookshelf

    We use the word spin to describe untrustworthy words used to influence our opinion. The opposite of spin is truth. Where can we find truth? In the last 10 to 15 years “spin” has become...Read More

  • Is FI Continuing Education on Your Bucket List?

    Is FI Continuing Education on Your Bucket List?

    For the past two years, I have attended the FI Continuing Education classes. I would like to share why I’ve found these classes so beneficial. Due to a popular movie, the term bucket...Read More

  • Writer’s Guidelines From the Editor in Chief

    Writer’s Guidelines From the Editor in Chief

    A successful writer must pay careful attention to writer’s guidelines in order to be published. Without them, writer’s remorse is sure to follow! The first experience I had with an...Read More

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