An excerpt from “Desiring God.org” entitled “Four Aromas God Loves Most” by Denise Kohlmeyer, lists the following: 1. The aroma of our prayers 2. The aroma of our repentance 3. The aroma of our witness 4. The aroma of our love. This article and a full description of the above points can be viewed at… Read More »
https://www.onochurch.org/?page_id=18377 Ephesians 3:7
The man filled with evil spirits said, “What do you want with me, J__ __ __ __, S__ __ of the M__ __ __ H__ __ __ G__ __? [Mark 5:7 NIV] Note: The evil spirits recognized who Jesus was, in contrast to the Pharisees.
Jesus warned that some believers would be overcome by worries of this life or vanity of wealth and allow God’s word to become u__ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ in their life. [Matthew 13:22 NIV paraphrased]
What did Jesus say would be the reward for people that have a pure heart? ___________________________ [Matthew 5:8 NIV]https://www.onochurch.org/reflection-a-pure-heart/
When they heard about all He was d__ __ __ __, many people came to Him… [Mark 3:7-8 NIV]
Jesus said everyone that __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ in Him may have eternal life. [John 3:15]
“You’re miserable comforters, all of you!” Job said. Your long-winded speeches are filled with gloom and doom. Where’s your compassion and hope?”Turning to God, he said: “Only you can bring justice. My friends have all lost their senses. They mock and sneer at me.
Seeing that the other two visitors were speaking against Job, Eliphaz grew bolder in his accusations and he told Job that he was suffering because he didn’t fear God.
Job was not at all content with the tone that the visitors were using. They sounded like he was a little boy that needed a lesson on how to be obedient. Job objected to this characterization; because he already knew everything the visitors were saying. He just wanted an opportunity to talk to God and… Read More »