God’s Gift to Us – Romans 8:32

Romans 8:

[32] He that spared not his own Son, but delivered him up for us all, how shall he not with him also freely give us all things? (KJV)

God wants to enjoy a personal relationship with us, however we are kept away from Him because of our sin.

God delivered up his own son; Jesus, who willingly became our sacrificial Lamb, into the hands of wicked men. And then Jesus became our Saviour, the ultimate gift from God.

If it pleased our Father to give us the gift of all gifts, (Jesus) would he stop giving now? If his love for us was so great then, would it be less now?

No, our Father loves us very much and the offering of Jesus was only the first of many gifts that God bestows on us. We are blessed with His grace, mercy, righteousness and many more favours too bountiful to list.

As a loving parent, he enjoys watching over us and making us happy.


Thank you Father that you love us so much that you were willing to give up your only Son as a sacrifice for our salvation.

Jesus was the ultimate gift! We cannot be given anything greater or as meaningful as Jesus’ death, crucifixion and resurrection on the cross.

But Father, your gifts did not stop with Jesus. You love to give us wonderful things.

We have gifts of the Spirit, we have miracles, we have healings, pardoning of sin and many other magnificent things.

We enjoy everyday gifts such as fresh water, homes, food, love, laughter, peace. You have delighted us with new born babies, kittens, rainbows, flowers in bloom, the smell of just cut grass on a beautiful summer’s morning. It would be a never ending list if I tried to thank you Father for all the ways you show your love for us.

Lord, your greatest gift of all, salvation, is still available for everyone today to accept. The gifts of miracles are still available. Everyday gifts of joy and peace are there for the taking. I pray Father that we (your children) accept your gifts as you have offered them, with love.

Thank you Almighty God for operating in my life and for reminding me every day that you are my Creator and that you love me very much.

In return, it only makes sense that with great love, I give my “all” back to you, and even then, in giving my everything… it is not really payment enough. However the Bible assures me, that to you God, my love and friendship is pleasing to you and I am thankful for that. I love you Father.

In the Holy and Precious name of my Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ I pray.


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BAAL (n) ...

a fertility and nature god of the Canaanites and Phoenicians

1 Kings 18:25 said to the prophets of B…..
1 Kings 19:18 bowed down to B….. or kissed
Romans 11:4 have never bowed down to B…..

BABY, BABIES (n) ...

infant child; youngest of a group; figurative of new or immature Christians

Exodus 2:7 women to nurse the b….. for you?
Luke 1:44 b….. in my womb jumped for
Luke 2:12 find a b….. wrapped snugly
Luke 2:16 the b….., lying in the manger.
Acts 7:19 abandon their newborn b…..-ies
1 Corinthians 14:20 Be innocent as b…..-ies when
1 Peter 2:2 Like newborn b…..-ies, you must

BABYLON (n) ...

capital city of the Babylonian Empire; a city devoted to materialism and sensual pleasure; biblical writers used as model of paganism and idolatry

Psalms 137:1 Beside the rivers of B….., we sat
Jeremiah 29:10 will be in B….. for seventy years.
Jeremiah 51:37 B….. will become a heap of ruins,
Revelation 14:8 shouting, “B….. is fallen-


Proverbs 14:14 Backsliders get what they deserve
Jeremiah 3:22 I will heal your wayward hearts
Jeremiah 31:22 wander, my wayward daughter
Hosea 14:4 heal you of your faithlessness

BAD (adj) ...

poor, inadequate; morally objectionable; disagreeable, unpleasant

Job 2:10 of God and never anything b…..?
Ecclesiastes 12:14 thing, whether good or b……
Isaiah 45:7 good times and b….. times.


Numbers 22-24; also Deuteronomy 23:3-5; 2 Peter 2:15-16; Jude 1 :11; Revelation 2:14 Pagan prophet,
Numbers 31 :8 summoned to curse the Israelites but instead blessed them;
Joshua 13:22 died .

BALANCES (n) ...

an instrument for weighing; a means of judging or deciding
see also SCALES

Daniel 5:27 you have been weighed on the b…..

BALD (adj) ...

lacking a natural or usual covering (as of hair or vegetation); bare, unadorned

Micah 1:16 yourselves as b….. as a vulture,

BALDY (n) ...

a derogatory nickname for someone who is bald

2 Kings 2:23 “Go away, b…..” they chanted.

a piece of cloth attached by one edge to a staff and used by a leader as his emblem

Exodus 17:15 “the LORD is my b…..”
Isaiah 11:10 will be a b….. of salvation


a sumptuous feast, especially a ceremonious meal in honor of a person, occasion, or achievement

Song of Songs 2:4 He escorts me to the b….. hall;
Matthew 24:38 enjoying b…..-s and parties


a Christian ordinance; a washing with water to demonstrate cleansing from sin, linked with repentance and admission into the community of faith; figurative of an ordeal or initiation

Matthew 3:16 After his b….., as Jesus came up
Luke 3:7 crowds came to John for b…..,
Acts 19:3 what b….. did you experience?
Romans 6:3 joined with Christ Jesus in b…..,
Galatians 3:27 united with Christ in b…..
Ephesians 4:5 one Lord, one faith, one b…..,
Hebrews 6:2 further instruction about b…..-s,
1 Peter 3:21 that water is a picture of b…..,

BAPTIST (n) ...

one who baptizes

Matthew 11:11 greater than John the B……
Mark 1:4 messenger was John the B……


to engage in the ordinance of baptism (see above)
see also WASH

Matthew 3:13 River to be b…..-ed by John.
Matthew 28:19 of all the nations, b…..-ing
Mark 1:4 that people should be b…..-ed
Mark 1:8 will b….. you with the Holy Spirit!
Mark 10:38 suffering I must be b…..-ed with?
Luke 3:3 that people should be b…..-ed
Luke 3:16 I b….. you with water;
Luke 3:21 Jesus himself was b…..-ed.
John 1:28 where John was b…..-ing.
John 1:31 I have been b…..-ing with water
John 1:33 is the one who will b….. with
John 3:22 with them there, b…..-ing people.
John 3:26 is also b…..-ing people.
John 4:1 was b…..-ing and making more
John 4:2 Jesus himself didn’t b….. them-
John 10:40 where John was first b…..-ing
Acts 1:5 be b…..-ed with the Holy Spirit.
Acts 1:22 time he was b…..-ed by John
Acts 2:41 b…..-d and added to the church
Acts 8:12 and women were b…..-ed.
Acts 8:38 water, and Philip b…..-ed him.
Acts 11:16 will be b…..-ed with the Holy
Acts 16:15 She was b…..-ed along with
Acts 16:33 were immediately b…..-ed.
Acts 19:5 b…..-d in the name of the Lord
1 Corinthians 1:13 you b…..-ed in the name of Paul?
1 Corinthians 1:14 I did not b….. any of you
1 Corinthians 1:16 b…..-d the household of
1 Corinthians 10:2 were b…..-ed as followers
1 Corinthians 15:29 b…..-d for those who are dead?
Colossians 2:12 when you were b…..-ed,

BARN (n) ...

a usually large building for the storage of farm products, feed, animals, and/or equipment

Matthew 13:30 the wheat in the b……

BARREN (adj) ...

unproductive, unfruitful, especially in childbearing

Hebrews 11:11 she was b….. and was too old.

BASKET (n) ...

a receptacle made of interwoven material; any of various lightweight, usually wood, containers

Exodus 2:3 she got a b….. made of papyrus
Acts 9:25 lowered him in a large b…..
2 Corinthians 11 :33 in a b….. through a window


Acts 4:36-37 Levite believer from Cyprus, generous giver of property;
Acts 9:26-29 encourager of Paul;
Acts 11:22-30; Acts 12:25; Acts 13:1-3 missionary with Paul;
Acts 15:1-2 Acts 12 at Jerusalem council;
Acts 15:36-40 (see also 1 Corinthians 9:6; Colossians 4:10) disagreed with Paul over John Mark

BATCH (n) ...

the quantity baked at one time

Romans 11:16 the entire b….. of dough is holy
1 Corinthians 5:6 through the whole b….. of dough?
1 Corinthians 5:7 like a fresh b….. of dough
Galatians 5:9 through the whole b….. of dough!

BATH (n) ...

a washing or soaking (as in water or steam) of all or part of the body

2 Samuel 11:2 unusual beauty taking a b……

BATHED (v) ...

to take a bath; to give a bath to

John 13:10 A person who has b….. all over


2 Samuel 11-12 Committed adultery with King David. widow of Uriah the Hittite;
1 Kings 1-2; 1 Chronicles 3:5 mother of Solomon, her second son with David


a combat between two persons; a general encounter between armies, ships of war, aircraft; an extended contest, struggle, or controversy

1 Samuel 17:47 This is the LORD’S b…..,
1 Samuel 18:17 the LORD’S b…..-s.
1 Samuel 25:28 the LORD’S b…..-s.
2 Kings 14:8 Come and meet me in b…..!
2 Chronicles 32:8 to fight our b…..-s for us!
Psalms 24:8 LORD, invincible in b. …..
Revelation 16:14 gather them for b….. against
Revelation 20:8 gather them together for b…..

BEAR (v) ...

to carry or support; to give as testimony; to give birth to or produce
see also BORN

Genesis 4:13 too great for me to b…..
Psalms 38:4 too heavy’ to b……
John 15:2 branches that do b….. fruit
Hebrews 13:13 and b….. the disgrace he bore.

BEAR, BEARS (n) ...

a large heavy mammal with shaggy hair, rudimentary tail, and plantigrade feet

2 Kings 2:24 Then two b…..-s came out
Isaiah 11:7 cow will graze near the b……
Daniel 7:5 it looked like a b……


the hair that grows on a man’s face often excluding the mustache

Leviticus 19:27 or trim your b…..-s.
Isaiah 50:6 who pulled out my b……


devilish creature(s) ravishing the earth during the Tribulation; animals, as distinguished from plants or humans; a contemptible person

Daniel 7:3 Then four huge b…..-s came up
Daniel 7:6 authority was given to this b……
1 Corinthians 15:32 fighting wild b…..-s-those
Revelation 13:18 number of the b….., for it is
Revelation 16:2 had the mark of the b…..
Revelation 19:20 accepted the mark of the b…..

BEATEN (v) ...

to be stricken repeatedly so as to inflict pain

Acts 16:23 They were severely b…..,
2 Corinthians 11:25 Three times I was b…..
1 Peter 2:20 if you are b….. for doing wrong.

BEAUTIFUL (adj) ...

lovely, handsome, or pleasing to the eye; excellent

Genesis 2:9 trees that were b…..
Genesis 6:2 sons of God saw the b…..
Proverbs 11:22 A b….. woman who lacks
Ecclesiastes 3:11 everything b….. for its own time.
Isaiah 53:2 was nothing b….. or majestic
Lamentations 2:15 the city called ‘Most b…..
Acts 3:2 the one called the b….. Gate
Romans 10:15 How b….. are the feet of

BEAUTY (n) ...

a particularly graceful, ornamental, or excellent quality; the quality in a person or thing that gives pleasure to the senses

2 Samuel 11:2 a woman of unusual b…..
Psalms 50:2 the perfection of b….., God shines
Proverbs 31 :30 and b….. does not last;
Isaiah 28:1 but its glorious b….. will fade
James 1:11 and its b….. fades away.
1 Peter 1:24 their b….. is like a flower
1 Peter 3:4 b….. of a gentle and quiet spirit.

BED (n) ...

a piece of furniture on or in which to lie and sleep; a place for sleeping

Deuteronomy 6:7 when you are going to b…..
Song of Songs 3:1 as I lay in b….., I yearned
Luke 17:34 will be asleep in one b…..;

BEDROCK (n) ...

the solid rock underlying loosely arranged surface materials (as soil)

Matthew 7:25 it is built on b……


to ask for charity or mercy; to ask earnestly for

Psalms 37:25 their children b…..-ging for bread.
Psalms 80:14 Come back. We b….. you.
Malachi 1:9 Go ahead, b….. God to
2 Corinthians 12:8 different times I b…..-ged the Lord


the point at which something starts; the first part; the origin, source

Genesis 1:1 In the b….. God created
John 1:1 In the b….. the Word already
Romans 16:25 secret from the b….. of time.
1 John 1:1 one who existed from the b…..,
Revelation 21:6 the B….. and the End.
Revelation 22:13 the B….. and the End.

BEHEMOTH (n) ...

Hebrew word that could mean elephant, crocodile, hippopotamus, water buffalo, or mythological monster; a mighty animal created as an example of the power of God

Job 40:15 a look at b….., which I made.

BELIEF (n) ...

the content of one’s conviction on a matter; confidence in or reliance upon the truth of a matter

1 Thessalonians 2:14 because of their b….. in Christ
2 Thessalonians 2:13 through your b….. in the truth.
Titus 1:9 b….. in the trustworthy message.


to trust in; to hold a firm conviction about; to accept as true, genuine, or real
see also FAITH. TRUST

Genesis 15:6 Abram b…..-d the LORD.
Proverbs 14:15 simpletons b….. everything
Isaiah 53:1 Who has b…..-d our message?
Matthew 27:42 we will b….. in him!
Mark 9:23 is possible if a person b…..-s.
Mark 9:24 I do b….., but help me
Mark 15:32 we can see it and b….. him!
Luke 8:12 prevent them from b…..-ing
Luke 24:25 You find it so hard to b…..
John 1:7 so that everyone might b…..
John 1:12 all who b…..-d him and accepted
John 3:16 everyone who b…..-s in him
John 4:41 hear his message and b……
John 5:38 because you do not b….. me-
John 6:69 We b….., and we know you are
John 7:5 his brothers didn’t b….. in him.
John 7:39 to everyone b…..-ing in him.
John 9:35 asked. “Do you b….. in the Son
John 9:38 Yes. Lord. I b…..l
John 10:37 Don’t b….. me unless
John 11:25 Anyone who b…..-s in me
John 11:27 b…..-d you are the Messiah.
John 11:40 see God’s glory if you b…..?
John 12:37 did not b….. in him.
John 12:38 who has b…..-d our message?
John 13:19 you will b….. that I AM
John 14:11 0r at least b….. because of the
John 14:12 anyone who b…..-s in me
John 16:30 b….. that you came from God.
John 17:21 world will b….. you sent me.
John 19:35 so that you also can b……
John 20:8 and he saw and b…..-d-
John 20:29 b….. because you have seen
John 20:31 and that by b…..-ing in him
Acts 10:43 that everyone who b…..-s in him
Acts 13:8 keep the governor from b…..-ing.
Acts 16:31 b….. in the Lord Jesus and
Acts 19:4 b….. in the one who would come
Acts 26:27 do you b….. the prophets?
Acts 27:25 For I b….. God. I will be just
Romans 1:16 saving everyone who b…..-s-
Romans 3:22 for everyone who b…..-s, no
Romans 3:25 b….. that Jesus sacrificed his life.
Romans 4:3 tell us, “Abraham b…..-d God.
Romans 4:20 never wavered in b…..-ing God’s
Romans 10:9 b….. in your heart that God
Romans 10:10 For it is by b…..-ing in your heart
Romans 10:14 unless they b….. in him?
Romans 14:23 anything you b….. is not right.
Romans 16:26 they too might b….. and obey
1 Corinthians 1:21 to save those who b……
1 Corinthians 15:2 b…..-d something that was never
2 Corinthians 5:7 by b…..-ing and not by seeing.
2 Corinthians 5:14 Since we b….. that Christ
Galatians 3:2 because you b…..-d the message
Galatians 3:6 same way, “Abraham b…..-d God.
Ephesians 2:8 his grace when you b…..-d.
Colossians 1:23 continue to b….. this truth
1 Thessalonians 4:14 For since we b….. that Jesus
2 Thessalonians 2:11 and they will b….. these lies.
2 Thessalonians 2:12 enjoying evil rather than b…..-ing
1 Timothy 3:16 He was b…..-d in throughout the
Hebrews 3:14 firmly as when we first b…..-d,
Hebrews 11:6 must b….. that God exists
Hebrews 11:13 still b…..-ing what God had
James 2:19 you b….. that there is one God.
1 John 3:23 We must b….. in the name
1 John 4:1 friends, do not b….. everyone
1 John 5:1 Everyone who b…..-s that Jesus is
1 John 5:10 All who b….. in the Son


one who accepts something as true, genuine, or real; one who trusts in or has a firm conviction about

Matthew 18:15 If another b….. sins
Acts 2:44 all the b…..-s met together
Acts 4:32 All the b…..-s were united
Acts 6:1 as the b…..-s rapidly multiplied.
Acts 6:7 number of b…..-s greatly increased
Acts 13:48 for eternal life became b…..-s.
Acts 14:22 they strengthened the b…..-s.
Acts 15:2 accompanied by some local b…..-s,
Acts 15:23 to the Gentile b…..-s in Antioch.
Acts 15:32 to the b…..-s, encouraging
Acts 16:15 I am a true b….. in the Lord.
Acts 20:2 there, he encouraged the b…..-s
Acts 21:25 As for the Gentile b…..-s,
Romans 8:27 the Spirit pleads for us b…..-s
Romans 14:13 cause another b….. to stumble
Romans 14:15 if another b….. is distressed
Romans 14:21 cause another b….. to stumble.
Romans 15:27 the b…..-s in Jerusalem.
1 Corinthians 6:2 someday we b…..-s will judge
1 Corinthians 10:27 who isn’t a b….. asks you
1 Corinthians 14:22 tongues is a sign, not for b…..-s,
2 Corinthians 6:15 can a b….. be a partner with an
2 Corinthians 11:26 claim to be b…..-s but are not.
Colossians 4:5 among those who are not b…..-s,
2 Thessalonians 3:6 away from all b…..-s who live idle
1 Timothy 3:6 An elder must not be a new b…..,
1 Timothy 4:12 Be an example to all b…..-s
1 Timothy 5:16 a woman who is a b…..
1 John 3:10 and does not love other b…..-s

BELITTLE (v) ...

to cause (a person or thing) to seem little or less; to speak slightingly of

Proverbs 11:12 foolish to b….. one’s neighbor;
Proverbs 14:21 a sin to b….. one’s neighbor;

BELLY (n) ...


to be the property of a person or thing

Leviticus 25:55 people of Israel b….. to me.
Leviticus 27:30 b…..-s to the LORD and
Psalms 22:28 royal power b…..-s to the LORD.
John 8:47 Anyone who b…..·s to God
John 15:19 if you b…..-ed to it, but you
Romans 1:6 called to b….. to Jesus
Romans 12:5 we all b….. to each other.
2 Corinthians 10:7 who say they b….. to Christ
Galatians 5:24 Those who b….. to Christ
1 Thessalonians 5:5 we don’t b….. to darkness
2 Timothy 2:19 All who b….. to the LORD
1 Peter 3:16 because you b….. to Christ.
1 John 4:6 If they do not b….. to God,

BELOVED (adj) ...

dearly loved; dear to the heart

Psalms 60:5 rescue your b….. people.
Matthew 12:18 He is my B….., who pleases me.
1 Corinthians 4:14 as my b….. children.
1 Corinthians 4:17 Timothy, my b….. and faithful
Ephesians 6:21 a b….. brother and faithful helper
Colossians 1:7 Epaphras, our b….. co-worker,
Colossians 4:9 a faithful and b….. brother,
Colossians 4:14 Luke, the b….. doctor,
Philemon 1:1 to Philemon, our b….. co-worker,
Philemon 1:16 he is a b….. brother,
2 Peter 3:15 our b….. brother Paul also wrote
Revelation 20:9 God’s people and the b….. city.

BENEFICIAL (adj) ...

conferring benefits; conducive to personal or social well- being

Titus 3:8 good and b….. for everyone.


advantages or blessings; something that promotes well-being

Proverbs 12:14 Wise words bring many b…..-s,
Acts 18:27 he proved to be of great b….. to
2 Corinthians 4:15 this is for your b……


to be useful or profitable to; to favor (another) or gain (for oneself)

Job 36:28 and everyone b…..-s.
Proverbs 9:12 you will be the one to b……
Luke 9:25 what do you b….. if you gain
1 Corinthians 9:14 by those who b….. from it.



Deuteronomy 3:23 I pleaded with the LORD
Psalms 118:25 LORD, please give us success
Jonah 1:14 pleaded “don’t make us die”
Matthew 8:5 came and pleaded with him
2 Corinthians 12:8 begged the Lord to take it away

BESIDE (prep) ...

by the side of

Psalms 16:8 he is right b….. me.
Psalms 109:31 he stands b….. the needy,

BEST (adj) ...

excelling all others

Psalms 122:9 seek what is b….. for you,
1 Corinthians 12:31 life that is b….. of all.
Hebrews 4:11 do our b….. to enter that rest.


Isaiah 63:7 he has granted according


a city about five miles south of Jerusalem in the hill country of Judah; the ancestral home of King David and the birthplace of Jesus Christ

Ruth 1:19 When they came to B……
1 Samuel 16:1 go to B…… Find a man named
2 Samuel 23:15 the well by the gate in B……
Micah 5:2 B….. Ephrathah, are only a small
Matthew 2:1 Jesus was born in B….. in Judea,
Matthew 2:6 you, O B….. in the land of Judah,


to turn your back on a friend; to deliver to an enemy by treachery; to lead astray, seduce

Numbers 5:6 men or women b….. the LORD
Deuteronomy 32:51 both of you b…..-ed me
Jeremiah 38:22 They have b…..·ed and misled
Malachi 2:10 Then why do we b….. each other,
Matthew 10:21 A brother will b….. his brother
Matthew 24:10 and b….. and hate each other.
Matthew 26:21 one of you will b….. me.
Matthew 27:4 I have b…..-ed an innocent man.
Luke 6:16 (who later b…..-ed him).
John 18:5 Judas, who b…..-ed him,

BETRAYER (n) ...

one who violates a trust or loyalty

Matthew 26:46 Look, my b….. is here!
John 18:2 Judas, the b…… knew this place,

BETTER (adj) ...

more attractive, favorable, or commendable; more advantageous or effective

Psalms 63:3 unfailing love is b….. than life
Matthew 5:20 unless your righteousness is b…..
Philippians 1:21 and dying is even b……

BEWARE (v) ...

to take heed or be careful

Mark 8:15 B….. of the yeast of the Pharisees

BIRD, BIRDS (n) ...

any of a class of warm-blooded vertebrates distinguished by having the body more or less completely covered with feathers and the forelimbs modified as wings

Proverbs 27:8 b….. that strays from its nest.
Ecclesiastes 10:20 b….. might deliver your
Matthew 8:20 and b…..-s have nests,
Luke 9:58 and b…..-s have nests,

BIRTH (n) ...

the emergence of a new individual from the body of its parent; beginning, start

Genesis 25:24 the time came to give b……
Psalms 58:3 even from b….. they have lied
Matthew 24:8 only the first of the b….. pains,
John 3:6 Spirit gives b….. to spiritual life.
Titus 3:5 giving us a new b….. and new life
James 1:15 it gives b….. to death.


BITTER (adj) ...

expressive of severe pain, grief, or regret; distasteful

Exodus 12:8 eat it along with b….. salad greens
Proverbs 27:7 b….. food tastes sweet to the
Proverbs 30:23 a b….. woman who finally gets
James 3:11 both fresh water and b….. water?


an intense or severe expression or feeling of pain, grief, or regret; exhibiting intense animosity

Proverbs 14:10 Each heart knows its own b……
Proverbs 17:25 b….. to the one who gave them
Romans 3:14 full of cursing and b……
Ephesians 4:31 Get rid of all b….. , rage,

BLACK (adj) ...

of the color black; very dark in color

Zechariah 6:6 The chariot with b….. horses
Revelation 6:5 I looked up and saw a b….. horse,

BLAME (n) ...

an expression of disapproval or reproach; responsibility for something believed to deserve censure

1 Corinthians 1:8 free from all b….. on the day
Revelation 14:5 they are without b……

BLAMELESS (adj) ...

characterized by being free from sin and fault

Genesis 6:9 only b….. person living on earth
Job 1:8 b…..-a man of complete integrity.
Psalms 18:23 I am b….. before God;
Proverbs 13:6 guards the path of the b……
Proverbs 29:10 The bloodthirsty hate b…..
Philippians 1:10 live pure and b….. lives
Colossians 1:22 and you are holy and b…..
1 Thessalonians 5:23 kept b….. until our Lord
Titus 1:6 must live a b….. life.
2 Peter 3:14 pure and b….. in his sight.


to dishonor or revile God; to speak of or address with irreverence

Leviticus 24:11 son of an Israelite woman b…..-ed
Leviticus 24:16… Anyone who b…..-s the Name
Numbers 15:30 have b…..·ed the LORD,
Isaiah 52:5 My name is b…..-ed all day long.
Daniel 11:36 even b…..·ing the God of gods.
Mark 3:29 who b…..-s the Holy Spirit
Luke 12:10 who b…..-s the Holy Spirit
Acts 6:11 We heard him b….. Moses,
Romans 2:24 Gentiles b….. the name of God
1 Timothy 1:13 to b….. the name of Christ.
1 Timothy 1:20 learn not to b….. God.
Revelation 13:1 were names that b…..-ed God.


one who dishonors or reviles God; one who speaks or addresses with irreverence

Leviticus 24:14 Take the b….. outside the camp,
Leviticus 24:23 took the b….. outside the camp


impiously irreverent; profane

2 Kings 19:6 by this b….. speech against me
Isaiah 37:6 by this b….. speech against me


the words or actions that dishonor God; the act of insulting or showing contempt or lack of reverence for God

Nehemiah 9:18 They committed terrible b…..-ies.
Mark 3:28 all sin and b….. can be forgiven,
Mark 14:64 you have all heard his b……
John 10:33 for any good work, but for b…..
2 Peter 2:11 a charge of b….. against those
Revelation 13:5 speak great b…..-ies against God.
Revelation 13:6 words of b….. against God,
Revelation 17:3 and b…..-ies against God were


to confer prosperity or happiness upon; to honor in worship; to offer approval or encouragement; to bring pleasure or divine favor

Genesis 1:22 Then God b…..-ed them,
Genesis 12:3 I will b….. those who b….. you
Genesis 22:18 of the earth will be b…..-ed
Psalms 16:7 I will b….. the LORD who guides
Proverbs 31:28 Her children stand and b…..
Matthew 5:3 God b…..-es those who are poor
Matthew 5:7 b…..-es those who are merciful,
Matthew 5:9 God b…..-es those who work for
Matthew 5:11 God b…..-es you when people
James 1:12 God b…..-es those who patiently
Revelation 22:7 B…..·ed are those who obey
Revelation 22:14 B…..·ed are those who wash


happiness; praise; divine favor or heavenly reward; the antidote to cursings

Joshua 8:34 b…..-s and curses Moses
Proverbs 13:21 b…..-s reward the righteous.
John 12:13 B…..·s on the one who comes in
Acts 4:33 God’s great b….. was upon them
Acts 11:23 evidence of God’s b……
Romans 15:27 spiritual b…..-s of the Good
Ephesians 3:6 both enjoy the promise of b…..-s
Revelation 7:12 B….. and glory and wisdom

BLIND (adj) ...

sightless; lacking spiritual discernment

Matthew 11:5 the b….. see, the lame walk,
Matthew 15:14 b….. guides leading the b…..
Mark 10:46 b….. beggar named
Luke 6:39 Can one b….. person lead

BLINDED (v) ...

to withhold light from; to be without sight

John 12:40 The Lord has b….. their eyes
2 Corinthians 4:4 god of this world, has b….. the

glimpse, glance; a usually involuntary shutting and opening of the eye

1 Corinthians 15:52 moment, in the b….. of an eye.

BLOOD (n) ...

fluid in the circulatory system; signifies human life; kinfolk; of animals, used in priestly sacrifices; of Christ, effective for the forgiveness of sins; on hands or head, symbolic of guilt

Exodus 12:13 When I see the b….., I will pass
Deuteronomy 12:23 But never consume the b…..,
Isaiah 1:11 no pleasure from the b….. of bulls
Mark 14:24 my b….., which confirms the
John 6:53 and drink his b….., you cannot
Acts 15:20 and from consuming b……
1 Corinthians 11:25 confirmed with my b……
Ephesians 1:7 with the b….. of his Son
Ephesians 2:13 through the b….. of Christ.
Hebrews 9:7 offered b….. for his own sins
Hebrews 9:20 This b….. confirms the covenant
1 Peter 1:2 cleansed by the b….. of Jesus
1 Peter 1:19 the precious b….. of Christ.
1 John 1:7 the b….. of Jesus, his Son, cleanses
Revelation 1:5 by shedding his b….. for us.
Revelation 5:9 your b….. has ransomed people
Revelation 7:14 in the b….. of the Lamb
Revelation 12:11 by the b….. of the Lamb
Revelation 19:13 He wore a robe dipped in b…..,

BLOT (v) ...

to wipeout, destroy; to erase or cover up

Psalms 51:1 b….. out the stain of my sins.
Isaiah 43:25 I alone-will b….. out your sins


to puff oneself up in speech, brag

Isaiah 20:5 b…..-ed of their allies in Egypt!
Jeremiah 9:23 the wise b….. in their wisdom.
Romans 2:17 b….. about your special
1 Corinthians 1:31 b….., b….. only about the Lord.
2 Corinthians 8:24 our b…..ing about you is justified.
2 Corinthians 10:13 We will b….. only about
Galatians 6:14 b….. about anything except
Ephesians 2:9 none of us can b….. about it.
James 1:9 have something to b….. about.
James 4:16 b…..-ing about your own plans.

BOASTFUL (adj) ...

bragging, overproud, vainglorious

Psalms 12:3 and silence their b….. tongues.
1 Corinthians 13:4 Love is not jealous or b….. or proud

BOAT, BOATS (n) ...

a small vessel for travel on water; ship

Genesis 6:14 Build a large b….. from cypress
Luke 5:3 Stepping into one of the b…..-s,

BOAZ ...

Ruth 2-4; especially 4:1-10, 18·21; see also 1 Chronicles 2:12-15; Matthew 1:5; Luke 3:23 Family redeemer and husband of the widow Ruth; ancestor of David in the family line of Jesus
1 Kings 7:15-22 Pillar’s name at front of the Jerusalem Temple

BODILY (adj) ...

of or relating to the body

Colossians 2:23 and severe b….. discipline.

BODY, BODIES (n) ...

one’s physical essence; a corpse; a group of people
see also FLESH

Job 19:26 in my b….. I will see God!
Psalms 49:14 Their b…..-ies will rot in the grave.
Isaiah 26:19 their b…..-ies will rise again!
Matthew 26:41 willing. but the b….. is weak!
Mark 14:22 Take it, for this is my b……
Romans 12:4 our b…..-ies have many parts
1 Corinthians 6:15 that your b…..-ies are actually
1 Corinthians 6:19 that your b….. is the temple
1 Corinthians 6:20 honor God with your b……
1 Corinthians 11:24 my b….., which is given for
1 Corinthians 12:13 into one b….. by one Spirit.
1 Corinthians 15:44 be raised as spiritual b…..-ies.
2 Corinthians 5:1 eternal b….. made for us by God
2 Corinthians 5:2 to put on our heavenly b…..-ies
2 Corinthians 5:4 so that these dying b…..-ies will
Ephesians 1 :23 the church is his b…..;
Ephesians 3:6 Both are part of the same b…..,
Ephesians 5:28 Love their own b…..-ies.
Ephesians 5:30 are members of his b……
Colossians 1:24 for his b….., the church.

BOLD (adj) ...

fearless before danger; self-assured, confident; prominent

2 Samuel 7:27 been b….. enough to pray
1 Chronicles 17:25 been b….. enough to pray
Philippians 1:20 continue to be b….. for Christ.

BOLDLY (adv) ...

showing a fearless. daring spirit

Acts 26:26 I speak b….., for I am sure
Ephesians 3:12 b….. and confidently into God’s
Hebrews 4:16 let us come b….. to the throne
Hebrews 10:19 b….. enter heaven’s Most Holy

BOLDNESS (n) ...

fearlessness before danger; self-assurance; confidence; prominence

Acts 4:13 they saw the b….. of Peter
Acts 4:29 give us, your servants, great b…..

BONE, BONES (n) ...

one of the hard parts of the skeleton

Genesis 2:23 This one is b….. from my b…..,
Psalms 22:14 all my b…..-s are out of joint.
Psalms 22:17 I can count all my b…..-s.
Ezekiel 37:1 a valley filled with b…..-s.
John 19:36 Not one of his b…..·s will be

BOOK, BOOKS (n) ...

a long written or printed literary composition; written records, register, or accounting

Joshua 1:8 Study this B….. of Instruction
Psalms 69:28 names from the B….. of Life;
Psalms 139:16 recorded in your b……
Ecclesiastes 12:12 for writing b…..-s is endless,
Daniel 7:10 and the b…..-s were opened.
Daniel 12:1 name is written in the b…..
John 21:25 could not contain the b…..-s
Philippians 4:3 are written in the B….. of Life.
Revelation 3:5 names from the B….. of Life.
Revelation 20:12 including the B….. of Life.
Revelation 20:12 as.recorded in the b…..-s.
Revelation 21:27 in the Lamb’s B….. of Life.

BORN (v) ...

to give birth to or produce; to be productive; spiritually, to renew or confirm a commitment of faith
see also BEAR

Psalms 51:5 For I was b….. a sinner-
Ecclesiastes 3:2 time to be b….. and a time to die.
Isaiah 9:6 For a child is b….. to us.
Luke 2:11 the Lord- has been b….. today
John 3:3 unless you are b….. again.
John 3:7 You must be b….. again.
1 Peter 1:3 we have been b….. again.
1 Peter 1:23 you have been b….. again.


one who takes with the implied or expressed intention of returning the same; to borrow (money) with the intention of returning the same plus interest

Proverbs 22:7 the b….. is servant to the lender.
Isaiah 24:2 lenders and b…..-s, bankers and

BOSS (n) ...

one who directs or supervises workers

Ecclesiastes 10:4 If your b….. is angry at you.
Luke 16:3 Now what? My b….. has fired me

BOTTOMLESS (adj) ...

unfathomable; boundless, unlimited

Luke 8:31 into the b….. pit.
Revelation 9:1 shaft of the b….. pit.
Revelation 9:11 the angel from the b….. pit;
Revelation 11:7 up out of the b….. pit
Revelation 17:8 up out of the b….. pit
Revelation 20:1 the key to the b….. pit
Revelation 20:3 into the b….. pit.

BOUGHT (v) ...

to purchase; to obtain by way of sacrifice or expenditure
see also BUY

Job 28:15 It cannot be b….. with gold.
1 Corinthians 6:20 God b….. you with a high price.
2 Peter 2:1 the Master who b….. them.

BOUND (v) ...

to confine, restrain, or restrict as if with bonds; to put under an obligation

Acts 20:22 now I am b….. by the Spirit
Revelation 20:2 and b….. him in chains

BOUNDARY (n) ...

border, limit; dividing line

Numbers 34:3 The southern b….. will begin
Proverbs 22:28 moving the ancient b….. markers

BOUNTIFUL (adj) ...

given or provided abundantly; generous

Psalms 65:11 year with a b….. harvest;
Psalms 68:10 with a b….. harvest, O God.

BOUNTY (n) ...

crop yield; generosity

Deuteronomy 33:16 gifts of the earth and its b…..,

BOW, BOWED, BOWS (v) ...

BOWL (n) ...

a concave vessel often used for holding food or liquids

Proverbs 15:17 A b….. of vegetables with
Luke 8:16 covers it with a b….. or hides

BOY, BOYS (n) ...

BRAG (v) ...


BREAD (n) ...

basic staple in diet of ancient Israel, usually baked using flour or meal; signifies livelihood
see also FOOD

Exodus 23:15 Festival of Unleavened B……
Proverbs 20:17 Stolen b….. tastes sweet.
Mark 14:22 Jesus took some b….. and
Luke 4:3 stone to become a loaf of b……
Luke 9:13 only five loaves of b…..
John 6:48 Yes, I am the b….. of life
John 6:51 I am the living b…..
1 Corinthians 10:16 when we break the b…..,
1 Corinthians 11 :23 the Lord Jesus took some b…..
1 Corinthians 11:26 eat this b….. and drink



first meal of the day, especially taken in the morning

Proverbs 31:15 to prepare b….. for her

BREATH (n) ...

BREATHED (v) ...

BREVITY (n) ...

shortness of duration

Psalms 90:12 to realize the b….. of life,

BRIBE (n) ...

something that serves to induce or influence

Deuteronomy 16:19 Never accept a b…..,

BRIBERY (n) ...

the act or practice of giving or taking a bribe

Job 15:34 homes, enriched through b…..,

BRICKS (n) ...

BRIDE (n) ...

a woman just married or about to be married

2 Corinthians 11:2 as a pure b….. to one husband-
Revelation 19:7 b….. has prepared herself.
Revelation 21:2 like a b….. beautifully dressed
Revelation 21:9 the b….., the wife of the Lamb.
Revelation 22:17 Spirit and the b….. say, “Come.”


a man just married or about to be married

Psalms 19:5 Like a radiant b….. after
Matthew 25:1 and went to meet the b……
Matthew 25:5 When the b….. was delayed,


women attendants of a bride

Matthew 25:1 will be like ten b….. who

BRIDLE (n) ...

the headgear consisting of a bit and reigns with which a horse or other animal is governed

Proverbs 26:3 a donkey with a b….., and a fool


the quality or state of being bright; luminance; radiance

Psalms 18:12 shielded the b….. around him
Isaiah 24:23 the b….. of the sun will fade,

BRILLIANT (adj) ...

BROAD (adj) ...

extending far and wide; spacious

Matthew 7:13 highway to hell is b…..,



those who are overcome by grief or despair

Psalms 34:18 The LORD is close to the b…..;
Psalms 109:16 he hounded the b….. to death.
Psalms 147:3 He heals the b….. and


male family members with the same parents; kinsmen in the extended family, church, or nation; co-workers in ministry; fellow believers, followers, or friends in Christ

Psalms 133:1 b…..-s live together in harmony!
Proverbs 18:24 friend sticks closer than a b……
Proverbs 27:10 to ask your b….. for assistance.
Mark 3:33 Who are my b…..-s?
Mark 10:29 given up house or b…..-s or
John 7:5 even his b…..-s didn’t believe
Hebrews 2:11 ashamed to call them his b…..-s
Hebrews 13:1 each other as b…..-s and sisters.
James 2:15.. you see a b….. or sister
James 4:11 against each other, dear b…..-s
1 Peter 1 :22 each other as b…..-s and sisters.
1 Peter 3:8 Love each other as b…..·s and
1 John 2:9…. . a Christian b….. or sister,
1 John 3:16 for our b…..-s and sisters.
1 John 3:17 sees a b….. or sister in need
1 John 4:20 hates a Christian b….. or sister,
1 John 4:21 love their Christian b…..-s and
Revelation 12:10 the accuser of our b…..-s and

BROTHERLY (adj) ...

natural or becoming to brothers; affectionate

2 Peter 1:7 godliness with b….. affection,

BROUGHT (v) ...

to carry, lead, or otherwise cause something to move toward an end

Jeremiah 40:2 has b….. this disaster on this land,
Romans 5:12 Adam’s sin b….. death, so death
Ephesians 2:17 He b….. this Good News



one who builds

Psalms 118:22 The stone that the b…..-s rejected
Mark 12:10 stone that the b…..-s rejected
Acts 4:11 The stone that you b…..-s rejected
1 Corinthians 3:10 foundation like an expert b……
1 Corinthians 3:14 that b….. will receive a reward.
Hebrews 3:4 For every house has a b…..,
1 Peter 2:7 The stone that the b…..-s rejected

BUILDING (n) ...

a walled structure built for permanent use; figurative of the Church

1 Corinthians 3:9 you are God’s b……

BULL, BULLS (n) ...


a (usually) heavy load to be borne-physically, emotionally, or spiritually

Psalms 38:4 a b….. too heavy to bear.
Matthew 11:28 weary and carry heavy b…..-s,
Matthew 11:30 the b….. I give you is light.
Acts 15:28 to lay no greater b….. on you
2 Corinthians 11:9 a financial b….. to anyone.
2 Corinthians 11 :28 the daily b….. of my concern
2 Corinthians 12:14 I will not be a b….. to you.
Galatians 6:2 Share each other’s b…..-s,
1 Thessalonians 2:9 so that we would not be a b…..
2 Thessalonians 3:8 so we would not be a b…..

BURDENED (v) ...

to load; to oppress

Isaiah 43:23 I have not b….. and wearied you
Isaiah 43:24 lnstead, you have b….. me
2 Timothy 3:6 are b….. with the guilt of sin

BURGLAR (n) ...

one who enters a building with the intent to commit a crime

Luke 12:39 when a b….. was coming,

BURLAP (n) ...

a coarse, heavy, plain-woven fabric usually of jute or hemp used for bagging and wrapping

Daniel 9:3 I also wore rough b…..
Matthew 11:21 clothing themselves in b…..



the part of a fuel-burning device where the flame or heat is produced

Leviticus 16:12 an incense b….. with burning coals
Numbers 16:6 prepare your incense b…..-s.

BURNING (adj) ...

being on fire
see also BURN, BURNT

Proverbs 25:22 heap b….. coals of shame
Romans 12:20 heap b….. coals of shame
Revelation 19:20 fiery lake of b….. sulfur.

BURNISHED (adj) ...

shiny or lustrous from rubbing; polished

1 Kings 7:45 these things of b….. bronze
Ezekiel 1:7 shone like b….. bronze.

BURNT (adj) ...

BURY, BURIED (v) ...

to deposit in the earth or in a tomb; figurative of denying oneself and submitting to Christ

Deuteronomy 34:6 The LORD b…..-ied him
Ruth 1:17 and there I will be b…..-ied.
Mark 6:29 get his body and b…..-ied it in
Luke 9:60 dead b….. their own dead!
Luke 23:30 plead with the hills, ‘B….. us.’
Romans 6:4 and were b…..-ied with Christ
1 Corinthians 15:4 b…..-ied, and he was raised
Colossians 2:12 For you were b…..-led with Christ

BUSH (n) ...

a low, densely branched shrub

Exodus 3:2 fire from the middle of a b……
Mark 12:26 story of the burning b…..?
Luke 20:37 wrote about the burning b……
Acts 7:35 him in the burning b…..,

BUSINESS (n) ...

BUSY (adj) ...

engaged in action; occupied

1 Kings 20:40 I was b….. doing something
Ecclesiastes 11:6 keep b….. all afternoon,
Haggai 1:9 b….. building your own fine houses.

BUY, BUYS (v) ...

to purchase; to redeem; to hire, bribe
see also BOUGHT

Proverbs 31 :16 to inspect a field and b…..-s it;
Galatians 4:5 sent him to b….. freedom for us
Revelation 13:17 no one could b….. or sell


A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  XYZ


Exodus 4:14-31; 7:1-2 First high priest of Israel; elder brother and spokesman of Moses
Exodus 5-12 Confronted Pharaoh with Moses
Exodus 17:8-15 Held up Moses’ hands during battle
Exodus 24:14 Led Israel while Moses was absent
Exodus 28 Priestly clothing and accessories
Exodus 29; Leviticus 8 His ordination
Exodus 32; Acts 7:40 His failure with the gold calf
Numbers 12:1-16 Spoke against Moses. then interceded on behalf of sister Miriam
Numbers 16:45-48 Helped stop the plague
Numbers 17; Hebrews 5:1-4 Priesthood confirmed
Numbers 20:1-13 Failed at Meribah and was denied entry to Promised Land
Numbers 20:22-29; 33:38-39 Died


to desert or forsake

Joshua 1:5 will not fail you or a….. you.
Joshua 24:16 We would never a..… the LORD
Ezra 9:9 God did not a….. us in our slavery.
Nehemiah 9:31 completely or a….. them forever.
Psalms 22:1 why have you a..…ed me?
Psalms 37:25 never seen the godly a..…ed
Psalms 37:28 he will never a….. the godly.
Proverbs 15:10 Whoever a..…s the right path
Matthew 27:46 why have you a..…ed me?
John 16:1 you won’t a….. your faith.
Romans 1:24 so God a..…ed them to do
Romans 1:28 a..…ed them to their foolish
2 Corinthians 4:9 down, but never a…..ed by God.
Hebrews 13:5 I will never a….. you.


Ezekiel 21:26 mighty will be brought down.
Matthew 23:12 themselves will be humbled
Philippians 4:12 how to live on almost nothing

ABEL ...

Genesis 4:1-2 Son of Adam and Eve. brother of Cain
Genesis 4:4; Hebrews 11 :4 His offering accepted
Genesis 4:8; Matthew 23:35; Luke 11:51; Hebrews 12:24; 1 John 3:11-12; Jude 1 :11 Murdered by Cain
Genesis 4:25 Replaced by Seth

ABHOR (v) ...

to hate or loathe

Psalms 119:163 I hate and a..… all falsehood.


Luke 2:8 shepherds staying in the fields
John 12:46 no longer remain in the dark
John 15:4 be fruitful unless you remain


Talent, aptitude or skill

Exodus 35:34 the a..… to teach their skills
Daniel 6:3 because of Daniel’s great a…..
Acts 2:4 Spirit gave them this a…..
1 Corinthians 12:1 special a…..-ies the Spirit gives
1 Corinthians 14:1 special a…..-ies the Spirit gives
1 Corinthians 14:12 special a…..-ies the Spirit gives
2 Corinthians 1:8 beyond our a….. to endure.

ABLE (adj) ...

marked by power, intelligence, competence, skill, giftedness

Deuteronomy 16:17 must give as they are a..…
Daniel 3:17 whom we serve is a….. to save
Romans 8:39 ever be a….. to separate us from
Romans 16:25 to God, who is a..… to
Ephesians 3:20 all glory to God, who is a..…
Ephesians 6:13 you will be a..… to resist
2 Timothy 1:12 that he is a..… to guard
2 Timothy 2:24 be a..… to teach, and
Jude 1:24 to God, who is a..… to keep

ABOLISH (v) ...

to destroy; to annul

Matthew 5:17 did not come to a….. the law


Proverbs 28:20 person will get a rich reward
Matthew 24:12 Sin will be rampant everywhere
Romans 5:15 even greater is God’s wonderful grace
Romans 5:20 grace became more abundant
2 Corinthians 8:7 excel also in this gracious act

ABOVE (adv or prep) ...

in a higher position. superior

Psalms 95:3 a great King a..… all gods
Psalms 99:2 exalted a….. all the nations
Luke 12:31 Seek the Kingdom of God a..… all
Ephesians 1:21 far a..… any ruler or authority
Philippians 2:9 the name a….. all other names
1 Timothy 3:2 a man whose life is a..… reproach
James 3:17 wisdom from a..… is first of all pure


Isaiah 51:2; John 8:37-59 Father of the nation of Israel
Isaiah 41:8 Friend of God
Genesis 12-25; Romans 4; Hebrews 11 Father of all people of faith
Genesis 12:1-3Genesis 13:14-17; Genesis 15:12-21; Genesis 22:15-18; Genesis 50:24; Exodus 2:24; Exodus 32:13; Leviticus 26:42; 2 Kings 13:23; 1 Chronicles 13:231 Chronicles 16:16; Nehemiah 9:8; Psalms 105:9; Luke 1:73; Acts 3:25; Galatians 3:17-20; Hebrews 6:13 Made covenant with the LORD
Genesis 11:27-31 Descendant of Terah from Ur
Genesis 11:29 Husband of Sarah (Sarai)
Genesis 12:1-9; Acts 7:2-4; Hebrews 11:8-10 Called to leave home
Genesis 12:10-20 Went to Egypt and deceived the Pharaoh
Genesis 13 Chose Canaan over the Jordan Plain
Genesis 14:11-16 Rescued Lot from enemies
Genesis 14:18-24; Hebrews 7:1 Blessed by Melchizedek
Genesis 15 Covenant restated by God
Genesis 15:6; Romans 4:3; Galatians 3:6-9; James 2:21-23 Faith counted as righteousness
Genesis 16 Given son (Ishmael) by Hagar
Genesis 17; Romans 4:9-12 Circumcision commanded
Genesis 17:5; Nehemiah 9:7 Name changed to “Abraham”
Genesis 17:16; Genesis 18:10 Son promised to Sarah
Genesis 18:1-15 Welcomed heavenly visitor
Genesis 18:16-33 Bargained to save Sodom and Gomorrah
Genesis 20 Deceived Abimelech
Genesis 20:7 Named as a prophet
Genesis 21:1-7; Hebrews 11:11-12 Given son (Isaac) by Sarah
Genesis 21:9-14; Galatians 4:21-31 Sent Hagar and Ishmael away
Genesis 22:1-19; Hebrews 11:17-19; James 2:21 Offered Isaac as test
Genesis 23 Secured burial ground for Sarah
Genesis 24 Found a wife for Isaac
Genesis 25:1-6 Descendants through wife Keturah
Genesis 25:7-11 Died

ABSTAIN (v) ...

to refrain from. forgo

Exodus 19:15 then a….. from having sexual intercourse.
Acts 15:20 a….. from eating food offered to idols.


great quantity. affluence; more than ample

Job 36:31 giving them food in a.…..
Psalms 66:12 a place of great a……
Jeremiah 31:14 The priests will enjoy a…..
Matthew 13:12 have an a….. of knowledge.
Matthew 25:29 they will have an a……
John 1:16 From his a….. we have all

ABUNDANT (adj) ...

marked by great plenty. abounding

Deuteronomy 28:11 livestock, and a….. crops.
Psalms 68:9 you sent a….. rain. O God
Jeremiah 31:12 good gifts-the a….. crops
John 16:24 you will have a….. joy.
2 Corinthians 8:2 are also filled with a….. joy.

ABUSE (n) ...

strong condemnation or disapproval

Mark 15:29 shouted a….. shaking their heads

ABUSE (v) ...

to injure or damage physically or verbally

1 Corinthians 4:12 patient with those who a….. us.

ABUSIVE (adj) ...

using harsh. insulting language; characterized by wrong or improper use or action

1 Corinthians 5:11 worships idols. or is a…..,
1 Corinthians 6:10 drunkards. or are a….., or
Ephesians 4:29 use foul or a….. language.


Luke 8:31 send them into the bottomless pit
Revelation 9:1 the shaft of the bottomless pit
Revelation 9:11 the angel from the bottomless pit

ACACIA (n) ...

several species of shrubs and trees. some of which are found in the Holy Land yielding highly durable wood

Exodus 25:10 make an Ark of a….. wood
Exodus 27:1 a….. wood. construct a square altar
Joshua 2:1 the Israelite camp at A….. Grove.


to receive willingly

Genesis 4:4 The LORD a.….-ed Abel
Genesis 4:7 be a-…..ed if you do what is right.
Deuteronomy 16:19 Never a….. a bribe. for bribes
Job 42:8 I will a….. his prayer
Job 42:9 the LORD a…..-ed Job’s prayer.
Ecclesiastes 5:18 to a….. their lot in life.
Luke 4:24 no prophet is a-…..-ed in his
Luke 10:16 who a…..-s your message
John 1:12 believed him and a…..-ed him.
John 17:8 They a-…..ed it and know that
Romans 11:12 when they finally a….. it.
Galatians 2:9 they a-…..ed Barnabas and me
Colossians 2:6 just as you a-…..ed Christ Jesus
1 Timothy 1:15 everyone should a….. it:
1 Timothy 4:9 everyone should a….. it.
James 1:21 a….. the word God has planted

ACCEPTABLE (adj) ...

capable or worthy of being accepted; welcome, pleasing. favorable

Mark 7:19 every kind of food is a…..
Romans 4:2 had made him a….. to God.
Romans 12:1 the kind he will find a…..
Romans 14:20 all foods are a….., but it is
2 Corinthians 8: 12 is a….. if you give it eagerly
1 Timothy 4:5 made a….. by the word of God


unintentionally. by mistake

Joshua 20:9 who a….. killed another person
Matthew 23:24 so you won’t a….. swallaw a gnat.


perform, do to completion

Ecclesiastes 2:11 to a….., it was all so meaningless
Isaiah 55:11 fruit. It will a….. all I want it to,
Matthew 5:17 No, I came to a….. their purpose.
John 6:63 Human effort a….-es nothing.
Ephesians 3:20 within us, to a….. infinitely more
2 Thessalonians 1:11 power to a….. all the good things

ACCOUNT (n) ...

description of facts, conditions, or events; a report

Genesis 2:4 This is the a….. of the creation
Genesis 5:1 written a….. of the descendants
Genesis 6:9 the a….. of Noah and his family.
Genesis 10:1 This is the a….. of the families
Genesis 37:2 This is the a….. of Jacob and
Romans 14:12 give a personal a….. to God.


subject to giving an account; answerable

Hebrews 4:13 the one to whom we are a…..
Hebrews 13:17 and they are a….. to God.

ACCURATE (adj) ...

conforming exactly to truth or to a standard; free from error, correct

Leviticus 19:36 and weights must be a…..
Deuteronomy 25:13 You must use a….. scales
Proverbs 11:1 delights in a….. weights.
Proverbs 22:21 take an a….. report to those
John 21 :24 account of these things is a…..


Deuteronomy 21:23 anyone who is hung is cursed
Joshua 6:18 things set apart for destruction
1 Corinthians 12:3 will curse Jesus, and no one
Galatians 1:9 let that person be cursed


a charge of wrongdoing, often false

Psalms 4:2 will you make groundless a-….-s?
Luke 3:14 extort money or make false a….-s.
1 Timothy 5:19 Do not listen to an a…..


to charge with fault or offense; to blame

Job 22:4 a….-s you and brings judgment
Psalms 27:12 For they a….. me of things
Daniel 6:5 grounds for a-….-ing Daniel
Luke 23:14 a….-ing him of leading a revolt.
John 5:45 it isn’t I who will a…..
John 7:7 because I a….. it of doing evil.
John 8:46 can truthfully a…… me of sin?
Acts 18:13 a…..-d Paul of “persuading
Romans 2:15 and thoughts either a….. them
Romans 8:33 Who dares a…… us whom God
Revelation 12:10 who a…..-s them before our God


one who charges another of wrongdoing

Deuteronomy 19:18 lf the a….. has brought false
Isaiah 50:8 Where are my a….-s?
Luke 12:58 the way to court with your a…..
Revelation 12:10 the a….. of our brothers


to express a gratitude of debt; to recognize as valid; to confess (wrongdoing)

Jeremiah 3:13 Only a….. your guilt. Admit
Matthew 10:32 Everyone who a…..-s me
Luke 12:8 Son of Man will also a…..
Romans 1:28 thought it foolish to a….. God,
1 John 2:23 anyone who a…..-s the Son
1 John 4:3 and does not a….. the truth


to make familiar; to know firsthand

Isaiah 53:3 sorrows, a….. with deepest grief.
Acts 18:2 a….. with a Jew named Aquila,


to free from the penalty of a guilty action; (used theologically) to justify or make right with God

2 Chronicles 6:23 A….. the innocent because of
Proverbs 17:15 A…..-ing the guilty and

ACT (v) ...

to behave; to take action or do something

Psalms 119:126 it is time for you to a…..
Ecclesiastes 6:8 how to a….. in front of others?


a thing done, deed; an exercise of will

Jeremiah 4:18 Your own a…..-s have brought
Philemon 1:6 put into a….. the generosity
Revelation 3:2 a…..-s do not meet the requirements

ACTIVITY (n) ...

a pursuit in which a person is active; quality or state of being active

Ecclesiastes 3:1 .for every a….. under heaven.

ADAM ...

ADD, ADDED (v) ...

to make or serve as an addition

Deuteronomy 4:2 Do not a….. to or subtract from
Deuteronomy 12:32 You must not a….. anything to
Proverbs 30:6 Do not a….. to his words,
Ecclesiastes 3:14 Nothing can be a…..-ed to it
Matthew 6:27 worries a….. a single moment
Luke 12:25 worries a….. a single moment
Acts 2:47 each day the Lord a…..-ed to their
Revelation 22:18 God will a….. to that person

ADEQUATE (adj) ...

suitable for a task; suitable

2 Corinthians 2:16 who is a….. for such a task as this?

ADMIT (v) ...

to acknowledge, confess

Hosea 5:15 until they a….. their guilt
John 12:42 But they wouldn’t a….. it


Numbers 3:32 chief a….. over all the Levites
Isaiah 37:2 sent Eliakim the palace a…..


Ecclesiastes 12:12 give you some further advice
Jeremiah 42:19 Don’t forget this warning!
2 Thessalonians 3:15 warn them as you would
Hebrews 8:5 God gave him this warning


1 Corinthians 10:11 written down to warn us
Ephesians 6:4 instruction that comes from the Lord
Titus 3:10 a first and second warning


to take another’s child into one’s own family

Romans 8:15 when he a…..-ed you as his own
Romans 8:23 rights as his a…..-ed children,
Romans 9:4 to be God’s a…..-ed children.
Galatians 4:5 so that he could a….. us as
Ephesians 1:5 decided in advance to a….. us


one who commits adultery

Job 24:15 The a….. waits for the twilight,
James 4:4 You a…..-s! Don’t you realize


prone to adultery or idolatry

Mark 8:38 in these a….. and sinful days,

ADULTERY (n) ...

unlawful sexual relations between a married and an unmarried person; symbolic of idolatry

Exodus 20:14 You must not commit a……
Deuteronomy 5:18 You must not commit a……
Proverbs 6:32 who commits a….. is an utter fool,
Matthew 5:27 You must not commit a……
Matthew 19:18 You must not commit a……
Mark 10:11 someone else commits a…..
Luke 18:20 You must not commit a…..
John 8:4 caught in the act of a…..
1 Corinthians 6:9 a….., or are male prostitutes,


benefit; upper hand

Exodus 17:11 in his hand, the Israelites had the a……
Leviticus 25:17 not taking a….. of each other.
Romans 3:1 Then what’s the a….. of being a Jew?
Romans 7:11 Sin took a….. of those commands
2 Corinthians 7:2 astray, nor taken a….. of anyone.


enemy, opponent

2 Samuel 19:22 Why have you become my a…..
Esther 7:6 Haman is our a….. and our enemy.
Psalms 89:23 beat down his a…..-ies before him
Matthew 5:25 .. on the way to court with your a…..,


affliction, misfortune, woe

Job 36:15 gets their attention through a……
Isaiah 30:20 gave you a….. for food and suffering

ADVICE (n) ...

recommendation regarding a decision or course of conduct; counsel

1 Kings 12:8 rejected the a….. of
2 Chronicles 10:8 rejected the a….. of
Proverbs 12:5 a….. of the wicked is
Proverbs 12:26 godly give good a….. to their
Proverbs 15:22 Plans go wrong for lack of a…..;
Isaiah 44:25 I cause the wise to give bad a…..,
Romans 11:34 enough to give him a…..?

ADVISE (v) ...

to give advice; to counsel

Psalms 32:8 I will a….. you and watch over
1 Timothy 5:14 I a….. these younger widows
Revelation 3:18 I a….. you to buy gold from me-

ADVISERS (n) ...

one who gives advice; counselor

1 Samuel 28:23 his a….. joined the woman in
1 Kings 12:14 counsel of his younger a……
Esther 1:13 consulted with his wise a…..,
Proverbs 11:14 safety in having many a……
Proverbs 29:12 all his a….. will be wicked.

ADVOCATE (n) ...

one who pleads the cause of another; defender

Job 16:19 My a….. is there on high.
John 14:16 he will give you another A…..,
John 14:26 the Father sends the A…..
John 15:26 I will send you the A…..
John 16:7 if I don’t, the A….. won’t come.
1 John 2:1 an a….. who pleads our case


tender attachment; a positive feeling

Romans 12:10 each other with genuine a…..,
2 Peter 1:7 godliness with brotherly a…..,

AFFIRM (v) ...

to validate; to confirm

John 3:33 can a….. that God is true.
Romans 8:16 a….. that we are God’s children.
Hebrews 10:23 hope we a….., for God can


relating to, characterized by, or given to persistent suffering or anguish

Deuteronomy 28:61 LORD will a….. you
1 Samuel 5:12 were a…..-ed with tumors;

AFFORD (v) ...

to have enough money or other assets for

Leviticus 5:7 cannot a….. to bring a sheep,
2 Corinthians 8:3 they could a….., but far more.

AFRAID (adj) ...

fearful or apprehensive about an unwanted or uncertain situation

Genesis 3:10 I was a….. because I was naked.
Genesis 26:24 Do not be a….., for I am
Exodus 3:6 he was a….. to look at God.
Deuteronomy 1:21 Don’t be a…..
Deuteronomy 20:1 your own, do not be a…..
Psalms 23:4 I will not be a….., for you are
Isaiah 10:24 do not be a….. of the Assyrians
Isaiah 41:10 Don’t be a….., for I am
Isaiah 43:1 Do not be a….., for I have
Matthew 8:26 Why are you a…..?
Matthew 10:31 So don’t be a…..
Mark 5:36 Don’t be a……
John 14:27 don’t be troubled or a…..
2 Timothy 4:5 Don’t be a….. of suffering
1 Peter 3:14 don’t worry or be a…..

AFRESH (adv) ...

from a fresh beginning; anew. again

Lamentations 3:23 his mercies begin a….. each

AGAINST (prep) ...

in opposition or hostility to; contrary to

Psalms 41:9 has turned a….. me.
Psalms 78:19 even spoke a….. God himself.
Matthew 6:12 those who sin a….. us.
Matthew 10:35 to set a man a….. his father.
Matthew 12:30 actually working a….. me.
Acts 26:14 for you to fight a….. my will.
Romans 11:30 Gentiles were rebels a….. God.
1 Corinthians 8:12 you are sinning a….. Christ.
1 Peter 5:9 Stand firm a….. him.

AGED (adj) ...

showing the effects or characteristics of increasing age

Job 12:12 Wisdom belongs to the a……
Proverbs 17:6 crowning glory of the a…..;

AGES (n) ...

long period of time; a generation; a measure of history. geology. or culture

Proverbs 8:23 I was appointed in a….. past.
Jeremiah 23:40 infamous throughout the a……
Ephesians 2:7 in all future a….. as examples


to cause anger by persistent goading; to produce inflammation in

Colossians 3:21 do not a….. your children.

AGONY(n) ...

extreme pain and suffering

Psalms 6:2 Lord, for my bones are in a……
Luke 22:44 he was in such a….. of spirit that


to admit, concede

Matthew 18:19 lf two of you a….. here on
Luke 7:29 a…..-d that God’s way was right.
Romans 7:16 that I a….. that the law is good.
Philippians 2:2 make me truly happy by a…..-ing

AID (v) ...

to give assistance

Acts 24:17 with money to a….. my people

AIM (v) ...

to direct to or toward a specified object or goal

Romans 14:19 a….. for harmony in the church

AIR(n) ...

empty space, nothingness; atmosphere

1 Thessalonians 4:17 meet the Lord in the a……

ALABASTER (adj) ...

a compact, fine-textured, usually white and translucent plaster often carved into vases and ornaments

Matthew 26:7 with a beautiful a….. jar
Mark 14:3 with a beautiful a….. jar
Luke 7:37 she brought a beautiful a….. jar

ALARM (n) ...

a signal that warns or alerts

Numbers 10:9 sound the a….. with the trumpets.
2 Corinthians 7:11 such indignation, such a…..,

ALCOHOL (n) ...

drink (as wine or beer) containing ethanol

Proverbs 20:1 a….. leads to brawls.
Isaiah 5:22 boast about all the a….. they

ALCOHOLIC (adj) ...

containing alcohol

Numbers 6:3 give up wine and other a…..

ALERT (adj) ...

quick to perceive and act

Isaiah 21:7 the watchman be fully a……
Mark 13:33 be on guard! Stay a…..!
1 Peter 5:8 Stay a…..! Watch out for


Exodus 18:3 a foreigner in a foreign
Job 19:15 I am like a foreigner to them
Ephesians 2:12 were excluded from citizenship


Ezekiel 48:14 traded or used by others
Ephesians 4:18 wander far from the life God
Colossians 1:21 were once far away from God

ALIVE (adj) ...

Animate, having life; active; aware

Genesis 45:7 keep you and your families a…..
Psalms 41:2 them and keeps them a……
Luke 24:23 Jesus is a…..!
Acts 1:3 ways that he was actually a……
Romans 6:11 the power of sin and a….. to God
Revelation 2:8 who was dead but is now a…..:


Revelation 19:1 shouting, “Praise the Lord!
Revelation 19:3 rang out: “Praise the Lord!
Revelation 19:4 “Amen! Praise the Lord!”
Revelation 19:6 “Praise the Lord! For the Lord


share, portion, provision

Numbers 18:21 lnstead of an a….. of land, I will
Joshua 13:32 These are the a…..-s Moses had
Jeremiah 13:25 your a….., the portion I have assigned


the act of admitting or conceding; permission

Ephesians 4:2 a….. for each other’s faults


to admit or concede; to permit

1 Corinthians 6:12 though “I am a…..-ed to
1 Corinthians 10:23 I am a…..-ed to do anything
2 Corinthians 12:4 no human is a…..-ed to tell.

ALMIGHTY (n) ...

having absolute power over all; God
see also (HEAVEN’S) ARMIES

Genesis 17:1 I am El-Shaddai-‘God A……’
Exodus 6:3 as El-Shaddai-‘God A…..’-
Ruth 1:20 A….. has made life very bitter
Job 6:14 without any fear of the A……
Job 33:4 breath of the A….. gives me life.
Psalms 91:1 rest in the shadow of the A……
Revelation 4:8 the A…..-the one who always was,
Revelation 15:3 O Lord God, the A……
Revelation 19:6 our God, the A….., reigns.

ALONE (adj) ...

isolated or solitary; solely or exclusively; without aid or support

John 5:44 the one who a….. is God.

ALONGSIDE (adv) ...

at the side; in parallel position, close by

Galatians 3:19 lt was given a….. the promise

ALPHA (n) ...

first letter of Greek alphabet; figurative of beginning or first one

Revelation 1:8 I am the A….. and the Omega-
Revelation 21:6 I am the A….. and the Omega-
Revelation 22:13 I am the A….. and the Omega.


high places of worship on which sacrifices are offered or incense is burned

Genesis 8:20 Noah built an a….. to the LORD.
Genesis 12:7 Abram built an a….. there
Genesis 22:9 Abraham built an a….. and
Genesis 26:25 Isaac built an a….. there
Exodus 30:1 make another a….. of acacia
Exodus 37:25 incense a….. of acacia wood.
Joshua 8:30 Joshua built an a….. to the LORD.
Joshua 22: 10 a large and imposing a……
1 Samuel 7:17 Samuel built an a….. to the
2 Chronicles 4:1 made a bronze a….. 30 feet long.
2 Chronicles 4:19 Temple of God: the gold a…..;
2 Chronicles 32:12 only at the a….. at the Temple
2 Chronicles 33:16 restored the a….. of the LORD
Ezra 3:2 rebuilding the a….. of the God
Isaiah 6:6 coal he had taken from the a…..
Matthew 5:23 presenting a sacrifice at the a…..
Acts 17:23 your a…..-s had this inscription
Hebrews 13:10 an a….. from which the priests
Revelation 6:9 I saw under the a….. the souls

ALTERED (v) ...

to make change or become different; to modify

John 10:35 the Scriptures cannot be a……

ALWAYS (adv) ...

at all times; forever, perpetually

1 Kings 2:4 will a….. sit on the throne
Psalms 16:8 the LORD is a….. with me.
Psalms 52:8 will a….. trust in God’s unfailing
Psalms 102:27 But you are a….. the same;
Psalms 106:3 and a….. do what is right.
Proverbs 23:7 They are a….. thinking about
Isaiah 16:5 He will a….. do what is just
Matthew 28:20 I am with you a….., even to
Mark 14:7 You will a….. have the poor
John 12:8 you will not a….. have me.
1 Peter 3:15 a….. be ready to explain it.

AMAZED (v) ...

to fill with wonder, astound

Matthew 7:28 were a….. at his teaching
Mark 7:37 They were completely a….. and
Mark 10:24 This a….. them. But Jesus
Luke 2:33 Jesus’ parents were a….. at
Acts 2:7 They were completely a……

AMAZING (adj) ...

causing amazement, great wonder, or surprise

1 Chronicles 16:24 about the a….. things he does.
Psalms 96:3 about the a….. things he does.
Psalms 126:2 What a….. things the LORD has


an authorized representative or messenger

2 Corinthians 5:20 So we are Christ’s a…..-s;
Ephesians 6:20 this message as God’s a……

AMBITION (n) ...

aspiration to achieve a particular goal, good or bad

Galatians 5:20 anger. selfish a….., dissension.
Philippians 1:17 They preach with selfish a…..,
James 3:14 there is selfish a….. in your heart.


one from whom a person is descended; forefather

Exodus 3:15 God of your a…..-s -the God of
Deuteronomy 19:14 markers your a…..-s set up
Isaiah 9:7 throne of his a….. David for all
Isaiah 43:27 your first a….. sinned against me;
Mark 11:10 Kingdom of our a….. David!
Luke 1:32 the throne of his a….. David.
Romans 9:5 Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob are their a…..-s,
Galatians 1:14 for the traditions of my a…..-s
Hebrews 1:1 to our a…..-s through the prophets.

ANCHOR(n) ...

a reliable or principal support; mainstay

Hebrews 6:19 trustworthy a….. for our souls.

ANCIENT (adj) ...

having the qualities of age or long existence; old

Daniel 7:22 until the A….. One -the Most High-
Mark 7:3 required by their a….. traditions.


Matthew 10:2; Luke 6:14 One of the 12 disciples; listed second
Mark 3:18; Mark 13:3; Acts 1:13 and fourth;
John 1:44 came from Bethsaida;
Matthew 4:18 brother of Simon Peter;
Mark 1:16 former fisherman;
John 1:40-44 follower of John the Baptist who introduced Peter to Jesus.


human or superhuman agent or messenger of God

Exodus 23:20 I am sending an a…..
2 Samuel 24:16 and said to the death a…..,
Psalms 91:11 will order his a…..-s to protect
Matthew 4:6 will order his a…..-s to protect
Matthew 28:2 an a….. of the Lord came down
Luke 1:26 God sent the a….. Gabriel
Luke 2:9 an a….. of the Lord appeared
Luke 20:36 they will be like a…..-s
Acts 12:7 The a….. struck him on the side
1 Corinthians 6:3 we will judge a…..-s?
2 Corinthians 11:14 disguises himself as an a…..
Galatians 1:8 or even an a….. from heaven.
Hebrews 1:6 all of God’s a…..s worship him,
Hebrews 2:7 a little lower than the a…..-s
Hebrews 13:2 entertained a…..-s without
1 Peter 1:12 the a…..-s are eagerly watching
2 Peter 2:4 even the a…..-s who sinned.
Jude 1:6 I remind you of the a…..-s

ANGELIC (adj) ...

having or displaying characteristics of an angel

2 Samuel 22:11 on a mighty a….. being, he flew,
Psalms 18:10 on a mighty a….. being, he flew,

ANGER (n) ...

a strong feeling of displeasure

Exodus 34:6 slow to a….. and filled with
Numbers 14:18 slow to a….. and filled with
Deuteronomy 9:19 furious a….. of the LORD,
Deuteronomy 29:28 in great a….. and fury
2 Kings 22:13 LORD’S great a….. is burning
Psalms 30:5 his a….. lasts only a moment,
Psalms 78:38 Many times he held back his a…..
Romans 1:18 God shows his a….. from heaven
Romans 2:5 a day of a….. is coming,
Ephesians 4:26 by letting a….. control you.
1 Thessalonians 5:9 pour out his a….. on us.
James 1:20 Human a….. does not produce
Revelation 14:10 the wine of God’s a…..,

ANGRY (adj) ...

feeling or showing anger; wrathful

Exodus 32:11 so a….. with your own people
Nehemiah 9:17 merciful, slow to become a…..,
Psalms 103:8 merciful, slow to get a…..
Proverbs 22:24 Don’t befriend a….. people
Jonah 4:2 slow to get a….. and filled
Matthew 5:22 if you are even a….. with
Mark 10:14 he was a….. with his disciples.
John 3:36 under God’s a….. judgment.
Acts 4:25 Why were the nations so a…..?
James 1:19 to speak, and slow to get a……

ANGUISH (n)) ...

extreme pain, distress, or anxiety

Isaiah 53:11 by his a….., he will be satisfied.
Zephaniah 1:15 of terrible distress and a…..,
Matthew 24:21 greater a….. than at any time
Luke 16:24 I am in a….. in these flames.
Revelation 16:10 ground their teeth in a…..,


any of a kingdom of living things that typically differ from plants

Genesis 1:24 livestock, small a…..-s that scurry
Genesis 6:19 a pair of every kind of a…..
Genesis 7:8 all the various kinds of a…..-s
Deuteronomy 14:4 These are the a…..-s you may eat:
1 Kings 4:33 a….., birds. small creatures,
Job 12:7 ask the a…..-s, and they will teach
Psalms 73:22 like a senseless a….. to you.
Isaiah 43:20 The wild a…..s in the fields


to cause to cease to exist; to kill

Esther 3:13 and a….. on a single day.


to proclaim; to tell news

Jeremiah 51:10 Let us a….. in jerusalem
Matthew 9:35 and a…..-ing the Good News
Mark 15:26 a…..-ed the charge against him.
Acts 26:23 a….. God’s light to Jews and
Revelation 10:7 as he a…..-d it to his servants the prophets.

ANNUAL (adj) ...

occurring or happening every year or once a year

Exodus 30:10 a regular, a….. event
Judges 21:19 the a….. festival of the LORD
1 Samuel 1:21 their a….. trip to offer a sacrifice
1 Samuel 20:6 for an a….. family sacrifice.
2 Chronicles 8:13 the three a….. festivals-


to smear or rub with oil; used for healing or consecration to sacred duty; used for grooming or burial; figurative for divine appointment

Exodus 30:26 oil to a….. the Tabernacle.
Exodus 30:30 A….. Aaron and his sons
Leviticus 8:12 a…..-ing him and making him holy
1 Samuel 15:1 told me to a….. you as king
2 Samuel 2:4 David and a…..-ed him king over
2 Samuel 23:1 man a…..-ed by the God of Jacob.
Psalms 23:5 honor me by a…..-ing my head
Psalms 92:10 You have a…..-ed me with
Isaiah 61:1 the LORD has a…..-ed me
Daniel 9:24 and to a….. the Most Holy Place.
Acts 10:38 you know that God a…..-ed jesus
Hebrews 1:9 your God has a…..-ed you,
James 5:14 over you, a…..-ing you with oil


one chosen by divine election
see also MESSIAH

1 Samuel 2:10 the strength of his a…..”
1 Samuel 26:9 attacking the LORD’S a…..?
Psalms 132:17 my a….. will be a light for
Isaiah 45:1 the LORD says to Cyrus, his a…..
Daniel 9:25 a ruler -the A….. -comes.


to reply to a question; to solve a problem

Psalms 6:9 the LORD will a….. my prayer.
Psalms 34:4 LORD. and he a…..-ed me.
Jonah 2:2 trouble, and he a…..-ed me.


opponent of Christ; the personification of evil

1 John 2:18 heard that the A….. is coming.
1 John 2:18 many such a…..-s have appeared.
1 John 4:3 has the spirit of the A…..,
2 John 1:7 deceiver and an a……

ANTS (n) ...

any of a family of colonial hymenopterous insects

Proverbs 6:6 from the a….., you lazybones.


Psalms 139:23 know my anxious thoughts
Philippians 4:6 Don’t worry about anything
1 Peter 5:7 your worries and cares to God,


messengers or “sent ones”; generally but not exclusively applied to the original twelve followers of Christ and to Paul

Mark 3:14 and called them his a…..-s
Acts 1:26 selected to become an a…..
Acts 5:2 part of the money to the a…..-s,
Acts 8:18 a…..-s laid their hands on
Romans 11:13 the a….. to the Gentiles.
1 Corinthians 9:1 Am I not an a…..?
1 Corinthians 9:2 I am the Lord’s a……
1 Corinthians 12:28 first are a…..-s, second are,
2 Corinthians 12:12 I am an a……
Ephesians 2:20 on the foundation of the a…..
Ephesians 4:11 the a…..-s, the prophets.
2 Timothy 1:11 to be a preacher. an a…..,
Revelation 21:14 of the twelve a…..-s of the Lamb.


to come out of hiding and show up in public view; to make one’s presence known

Genesis 1:9 so dry ground rnay a……
Numbers 14:10 presence of the LORD a…..-ed
Deuteronomy 33:16 a…..-ed in the burning bush.
Malachi 3:2 and face him when he a…..-s?
Matthew 1 :20 angel of the Lord a…..-ed to him
Matthew 24:30 will a….. in the heavens,
Luke 2:9 angel of the Lord a…..-ed among
Luke 16:15 You like to a….. righteous
Philippians 2:7 When he a…..-ed in human form.
2 Thessalonians 1:7 the Lord Jesus a…..-s from
2 Timothy 1:10 by the a…..-ing of Christ Jesus,
2 Timothy 4:1 a…..-s to set up his Kingdom:
Hebrews 9:24 a….. now before God on our
Hebrews 9:26 a…..-ed at the end of the age
1 Peter 5:4 when the Great Shepherd a…..-s,
1 John 3:2 will be like when Christ a…..-s.


external show; the outward or visible aspect

Isaiah 53:2 or majestic about his a…..,

APPETITE (n) ...

the desire to eat; an inherent craving

Proverbs 13:2 have an a….. for violence.
Proverbs 16:26 good for workers to have an a…..;
Philippians 3:19 Their god is their a…..,

APPLES (n) ...

the fleshy. usually rounded, red, yellow, or green edible fruit of a tree

Proverbs 25:11 golden a….. in a silver basket.

APPLY (v) ...

to bring into action; to put to use especially for some practical purpose

Proverbs 22:17 a….. your heart to my instruction.


to ordain or designate; to name officially

Deuteronomy 1:15 a…..-ed them to serve as judges
2 Samuel 7:11 the time I a…..-ed judges to rule
Proverbs 8:23 I was a…..-ed in ages past.
John 15:16 I chose you. I a…..-ed you
Romans 11:13 God has a…..-ed me as the
1 Timothy 5:22 about a…..-ing a church leader.
Titus 1:5 work there and a….. elders

APPOINTED (adj) ...

marked by being fixed or set officially

Exodus 23:15 annually at the a….. time
Leviticus 23:2 the LORD’S a….. festivals.
Daniel 11:27 come at the a….. time.
Matthew 8:29 before God’s a….. time?”
Acts 3:20 Jesus, your a….. Messiah.


to value or admire highly

Proverbs 28:23 people a….. honest criticism


an expression of admiration, approval, or gratitude

1 Corinthians 16:18 must show your a….. to all

APPROACH (v) ...

to draw closer to; to come very near to

1 Timothy 6:16 no human can a….. him.


especially suitable or compatible; fitting

Deuteronomy 25:2 lashes a….. to the crime.
1 Timothy 2:9 wear decent and a….. clothing

APPROVAL (n) ...

an act or instance of approving

Psalms 90:17 LORD our God show us his a…..
John 6:27 the seal of his a……
Romans 14:4 stand and receive his a……
1 Corinthians 11:19 you who have God’s a…..
2 Timothy 2:15 and receive his a……
Hebrews 11:4 God showed his a….. of his gifts.


to have or express a favorable opinion of; to attest

Genesis 7:2 animal I have a…..-ed for eating
Proverbs 12:2 LORD a…..-s of those who
Romans 14:18 and others will a….. of you,
Romans 16:10 a good man whom Christ a…..-s.
1 Thessalonians 2:4 speak as messengers a…..-ed

ARARAT(n) ...

a mountain on the far east border of modern Turkey; the mountain Noah’s ark rested on after the Flood

Genesis 8:4 to rest on the mountains of A……


a leader and chief angel; biblically designated as Michael

Daniel 10:13 one of the a…..-s, came to help
Daniel 12:1 At that time Michael, the a…..
1 Thessalonians 4:16 with the voice of the a…..,

ARCHER (n) ...

one who uses a bow and arrow

Proverbs 26:10 an a….. who shoots at random.


a person who designs buildings and advises in their construction; a person who designs and guides a plan or undertaking

Proverbs 8:30 I was the a….. at his side.


to contend or disagree in words; to dispute

Job 13:8 Will you a….. God’s case
Job 40:2 to a….. with the Almighty?
Proverbs 25:9 a…..-ing with your neighbor,
Isaiah 45:9 those who a….. with their Creator.
Romans 14:1 and don’t a….. with them
1 Corinthians 11:16 anyone wants to a…..


the act or process of arguing; discourse intended to persuade

Job 32:3 to answer Job’s a…..-s
Job 36:3 I will present profound a…..-s
Proverbs 26:17 in someone else’s a…..
1 Timothy 6:4 This stirs up a…..-s
2 Timothy 2:14 Such a…..-s are useless,

ARK (n) ...

commonly, a portable wooden chest, box, or coffer; specifically, of Noah, a ship the size of a light cruiser; of the Covenant, a sacred housing for the Law of Moses

Exodus 25:21 inside the A….. the stone
Deuteronomy 10:5 tablets in the A….. of the
1 Kings 8:9 Nothing was in the A….. except
1 Chronicles 13:9 his hand to steady the A……
Revelation 11:19 the A….. of his covenant

ARM, ARMS (n) ...

upper limb of the body; extension or projection of; lineage; figurative of power or might

Numbers 11:23 Has my a….. lost its power?
Deuteronomy 4:34 a powerful a….., and terrifying
Deuteronomy 7:19 strong hand and powerful a…..
Deuteronomy 33:27 everlasting a…..-s are under
Psalms 44:3 it was not their own strong a…..
Psalms 98:1 his holy a….. has shown
Isaiah 40:11 carry the lambs in his a…..-s,
Isaiah 65:2 opened my a…..-s to a rebellious
Jeremiah 27: 5 powerful a….. I made the earth
Mark 10:16 took the children in his a…..-s
1 Peter 4:1 you must a….. yourselves with


the gathering place for the final battle between God’s forces and Satan’s forces associated with Christ’s second coming

Revelation 16:16 with the Hebrew name A……

ARMOR (n) ...

weapons of war or self-defense; figurative of spiritual resources

Psalms 91:4 are your a….. and protection.
Isaiah 59:17 righteousness as his body a…..
Jeremiah 46:4 and prepare your a……
Romans 13:12 put on the shining a…..
Ephesians 6:11 Put on all of God’s a…..
Ephesians 6:13 put on every piece of God’s a…..
1 Thessalonians 5:8 protected by the a….. of faith

ARMY, ARMIES (n) ...

large band of men organized and armed for war; any large multitude devoted to a cause

Psalms 33:16 best-equipped a….. cannot save
Psalms 84:12 LORD of Heaven’s A…..-ies,
Isaiah 6:3 LORD of Heaven’s A…..-ies!
Isaiah 45:13 LORD of Heaven’s A…..-ies,
Isaiah 51:15 the LORD of Heaven’s A…..-ies.
Joel 2:2 great and mighty a….. appears.
Joel 2:5 like a mighty a….. moving into
Joel 2:11 This is his mighty a…..,
Haggai 1:5 LORD of Heaven’s A…..-ies says:
Zechariah 8:6 LORD of Heaven’s A…..-ies says:
Revelation 19:14 The a…..-ies of heaven,
Revelation 19:19 the horse and his a……

AROMA (n) ...

a distinctive, pervasive, and usually pleasant or savory smell; a distinctive quality or atmosphere

Genesis 8:21 LORD was pleased with the a…..
Exodus 29:18 it is a pleasing a…..,
Leviticus 3:16 a special gift of food;a pleasing a…..
Ephesians 5:2 a pleasing a….. to God.


to take or keep in custody by authority of law

Daniel 6:16 orders for Daniel to be a…..-ed
Matthew 10:19 When you are a…..-ed, don’t
Mark 14:44 a….. when I greet him with a kiss.
Mark 14:49 Why didn’t you a….. me in the Temple?
Luke 20:20 so he would a….. Jesus.
Acts 22:4 to death, a…..-ing both men


a feeling or an impression of superiority manifested in an overbearing manner or presumptuous claims

1 Samuel 2:3 Don’t speak with such a…..
Proverbs 8:13 I hate pride and a…..,
Isaiah 16:6 its pride and a….. and rage.
2 Corinthians 12:20 slander, gossip, a…..,

ARROGANT (adj) ...

exaggerating or disposed to exaggerate one’s own worth or importance in an overbearing manner

Psalms 31:23 harshly punishes the a……
Psalms 119:78 upon the a….. people who lied
1 Timothy 6:4 is a….. and lacks understanding.
Titus 1:7 not be a….. or quick-tempered;


a missile weapon shot from a bow and usually having a slender shaft, a pointed head, and feathers at the butt

Psalms 64:3 their bitter words like a…..-s
Psalms 64:7 with his a…..-s, suddenly striking
Psalms 91:5 the a….. that flies in the day.
Psalms 127:4 like a…..-s in a warrior’s hands.
Ephesians 6:16 the fiery a…..-s of the devil.


to go or move up

Psalms 68:18 When you a…..-ed to the heights,
Isaiah 14:13 I will a….. to heaven
John 6:62 Son of Man a….. to heaven again?
John 20:17 I haven’t yet a…..-ed to the Father.
Acts 2:34 never a…..-ed into heaven,
Ephesians 4:8 When he a…..-ed to the heights,

ASHAMED (adj) ...

feeling shame, guilt, or disgrace

Psalms 69:6 be a….. because of me,
Jeremiah 31:19 I was thoroughly a….. of all I did
Jeremiah 48:13 were a….. of their gold calf
Mark 8:38 If anyone is a….. of me
Luke 9:26 If anyone is a….. of me
Romans 1:16 I am not a….. of this Good News
2 Timothy 1:8 So never be a….. to tell others
2 Timothy 2:15 who does not need to be a…..

ASHES (n) ...

burnt residue or remains of the dead, or anything ruined; denotes grief, repentance, or humiliation

Job 42:6 sit in dust and a…..
Matthew 11:21 throwing a….. on their heads


to seek information; to call on for an answer; to make a request

1 Samuel 10:22 So they a…..-ed the LORD,
Proverbs 18:6 they are a…..-ing for a beating.
Isaiah 8:19 Let’s a….. the mediums
Matthew 7:7 a…..-ing, and you will receive
Luke 6:30 Give to anyone who a…..-s;
Luke 11:9 will receive what you a….. for.
John 17:15 I’m not a…..-ing you to take them
Ephesians 3:20 more than we might a….. or
Philemon 1:21 do what I a….. and even more!
1 John 5:14 whenever we a….. for anything

ASLEEP (adj) ...

state of bodily rest; figurative for physical death or spiritual dullness
see also DIE, SLEEP

Judges 4:21 Sisera fell a….. from exhaustion,
1 Kings 18:27 away on a trip, or is a….. and
Matthew 9:24 isn’t dead; she’s only a…..
Matthew 26:40 disciples and found them a……
John 11:11 Lazarus has fallen a….., but
1 Thessalonians 5:6 be on your guard, not a….. like

ASSEMBLY (n) ...

a company of persons gathered for deliberation and legislation, worship, or entertainment

Psalms 35:18 in front of the great a. …..
Psalms 149:1 praises in the a….. of the faithful.


to transfer (property) to another, especially in trust or for the benefit of creditors; to appoint to a duty or task

Genesis 47:11 So Joseph a…..-ed the best land
Deuteronomy 32:8 the Most High a…..-ed lands
Joshua 13:14 Moses did not a….. any allotment


to join as a partner, friend, or companion; to keep company with

Proverbs 13:20 a….. with fools and get in
Proverbs 22:24 or a….. with hot-tempered
Proverbs 24:21 Don’t a….. with rebels,
Acts 10:28 Like this or to a….. with you.
1 Corinthians 5:9 not to a….. with people who
1 Corinthians 5:11 are not to a….. with anyone


the act or action of giving confidence to or making sure or certain

Colossians 1:27 This gives you a….. of sharing
1 Thessalonians 1:5 full a….. that what we said

ASSURE (v) ...

to make certain or reassure

Mark 10:29 I a….. you that everyone who has
Luke 23:43 I a….. you, today you will be with
John 3:5 I a….. you, no one can enter
John 5:25 I a….. you that the time is coming,

ASTRAY (adv) ...

off the right path or route; in error, away from what is desirable or proper

Proverbs 20:1 Those led a….. by drink
Isaiah 47:10 ‘knowledge’ have led you a…..,
Jeremiah 50:6 shepherds have led them a…..
1 John 2:26 who want to lead you a……


one who studies the stars and planets to foresee or foretell future events by their positions and aspects

Isaiah 47:13 all your a….., those stargazers
Daniel 2:2 enchanters, sorcerers, and a…..,

ATE (v) ...

to partake of food
see also EAT

Genesis 3:6 some of the fruit and a….. it.
Ezekiel 3:3 And when I a….. it, it tasted as
Matthew 15:37 a… as much as they wanted.
Revelation 10:10 I a….. it! It was sweet


a person who is trained or skilled in exercises, sports, or games requiring physical strength, agility, or stamina

Psalms 19:5 like a great a….. eager to run
1 Corinthians 9:25 all a…..-s are disciplined
1 Corinthians 9:27 body like an a….., training it
2 Timothy 2:5 a…..-s cannot win the prize unless


to supply satisfaction for; to make amends; to reconcile
see also FORGIVE

Daniel 9:24 their sin, to a….. for their guilt,
1 John 2:2 sacrifice that a…..-s for our sins-


reconciliation; reparation for an offense or injury; cleansing

Exodus 25:17 cover -the place of a…..
Leviticus 23:27 Day of A….. on the tenth day
2 Chronicles 29:24 to make a….. for the sins
Proverbs 16:6 faithfulness make a….. for sin.


to set upon or work against forcefully; to assail with unfriendly or bitter words

1 Samuel 17:48 Goliath moved closer to a…..,
Joel 3:19 they a…..-ed the people of Judah
Zechariah 10:2 a…..-ed because they have no
2 Timothy 4:18 deliver me from every evil a…..


the act or state of applying the mind to an object or thought

Exodus 23:13 Pay close a….. to all my
Proverbs 4:20 pay a….. to what I say.
Proverbs 5:1 My son, pay a….. to my wisdom;
Acts 18:17 Gallio paid no a…..
1 Timothy 4:15 Give your complete a….. to


a mental position with regard to a fact or state; a feeling or emotion toward a fact or state

Ephesians 4:23 your thoughts and a…..-s
Philippians 2:5 have the same a….. that Christ
1 Peter 3:8 keep a humble a……
1 Peter 4:1 with the same a….. he had,


to pull to or draw toward oneself or itself; to draw by appeal to natural or excited interest, emotion, or aesthetic sense

Isaiah 53:2 nothing to a….. us to him.
Hebrews 13:9 a…..-ed by strange, new ideas.

ATTRACTIVE (adj) ...

arousing interest or pleasure; having the power to attract

Proverbs 19:22 Loyalty makes a person a……
Colossians 4:6 conversation be gracious and a…..
1 Timothy 2:10 make themselves a….. by the
Titus 2:10 God our Savior a….. in every


the right to govern; the freedom or ability to act; one entrusted with the right to govern

Matthew 28:18 been given all a….. in heaven
Luke 10:19 have given you a….. over
John 5:22 absolute a….. to judge,
Acts 1:7 a….. to set those dates and times,
Romans 13:1 submit to governing a…..-ies.
Romans 13:1 For all a….. comes from God,
Romans 13:2 anyone who rebels against a…..
Romans 13:3 without fear of the a…..-ies
1 Corinthians 4:3 by any human a……
1 Corinthians 15:24 ruler and a….. and power.
Ephesians 1:22 things under the a….. of Christ
Ephesians 3:10 all the unseen rulers and a…..-ies
Ephesians 6:12 against evil rulers and a…..-ies
Colossians 2:10 every ruler and a……
Colossians 2:15 the spiritual rulers and a…..-ies.
1 Timothy 2:2 all who are in a….. so that
Titus 2:15 You have the a….. to correct
1 Peter 2:18 accept the a….. of your masters
1 Peter 3:1 accept the a….. of your husbands.
1 Peter 3:22 the angels and a…..-ies and
1 Peter 5:5 accept the a….. of the elders.
Jude 1:6 the limits of a….. God gave them


to take revenge or punish

Deuteronomy 32:43 a….. the blood of his servants;
1 Thessalonians 4:6 the Lord a…..-s all such sins,
Revelation 6:10 a….. our blood for what they

AVENGER (n) ...

one who seeks revenge or to punish an evildoer

Numbers 35:27 a….. finds him outside the city


to keep away from; to depart or withdraw from

Proverbs 4:24 A….. all perverse talk;
Proverbs 14:16 are cautious and a….. danger;
Proverbs 16:6 By fearing the LORD, people a…..
Proverbs 20:3 A…..-ing a fight is a mark
Ecclesiastes 7:18 fears God will a….. both
Romans 2:3 think you can a….. God’s

AWAKE (v) ...

to cease sleeping; to become aroused or active again
see also WAKE

Psalms 17:15 When I a….., I will see
Ephesians 5:14 A….., O sleeper, rise up

AWARE (adj) ...

having or showing realization, perception, or knowledge

Exodus 34:29 he wasn’t a….. that


the state of realization or perception

Habakkuk 2:14 filled with an a….. of the glory

AWAY (adv) ...

in another direction; by a long distance or interval

1 Thessalonians 4:3 stay a….. from all sexual sin.
2 Timothy 3:5 Stay a….. from people like that!
1 Peter 2:11 keep a….. from worldly desires

AWE(n) ...

an emotion variously combining dread, respect, and wonder that is inspired by authority or the sacred

1 Kings 3:28 people were in a….. of the king,
Psalms 119:120 I stand in a….. of your
Luke 5:26 with great wonder and a…..,
Acts 2:43 sense of a….. came over them
Hebrews 12:28 holy fear and a……

AWESOME (adj) ...

characterized by reverential fear; expressive of or inspiring awe

Exodus 34:10 the a….. power I will display
Deuteronomy 7:21 a great and a….. God.
2 Samuel 7:23 You performed a….. miracles
Nehemiah 1:5 the great and a….. God
Job 10:16 display your a….. power
Psalms 47:2 Most High is a. …..
Psalms 65:5 answer our prayers with a…..
Psalms 99:3 your great and a….. name.
Psalms 106:22 such a….. deeds at the Red Sea.
Psalms 131:1 too a….. for me to grasp.
Daniel 9:4 great and a….. God!

AX (n) ...

a cutting tool that is used especially for felling trees and chopping and splitting wood

2 Kings 6:6 Then the a….. head floated
Proverbs 25:18 hitting them with an a…..,

One and Only Wise God – Know Him and Praise Him

1 TIMOTHY 1:17

Now unto the King eternal, immortal, invisible, the only wise God, be honour and glory for ever and ever. Amen

Gives Bible chapter and verse

Paul recognized the one and only wise God and he wanted people to understand and to praise Him as well. When teaching others about the Lord, Paul included some of these attributes that he knew God to be: King eternal, immortal and invisible to our eyes, but not to our hearts. Paul worshipped the one and only wise God and wanted to make sure the people understood that he did not worship or even believe in other gods nor idols.

Why is He the one and only wise God?

Why did Paul say our Father was the one and only wise God? In Paul’s era (and even today) there had always been other gods in this world, however, those gods are mostly carved by men, out of gold, wood, or other materials . These gods could not see, hear, speak or even help people, and yet they were continually worshipped.

Paul praised the Heavenly God and encouraged others to do the same, because the one and only wise God can see, hear, lead and guide us. Also God sent his only Son to earth in human form, to experience everything as a human. Jesus was crucified and rose again to life to become our Saviour, which is something that no other god has ever been able to accomplish (death followed by resurrection). Because God is made up of the Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Spirit), no other god has the understanding of human life like the God of Heaven .

Unlike other gods, our Father is the one and only wise God, who deserves our admiration and respect because he is the Alpha and the Omega and will continue to be so, evermore. He is the first and the last, the beginning and the end. For Christians today, He is the one and only wise God. He deserves reverence and our honour, praise and glory for eternity!

How can I find this unique, wise God?

God may be invisible to our eyes but it’s important for us to look at him with our faith and hearts. When we look with these, we know, without doubt that He is there. It’s important that we worship and follow God in the same way as Paul did; being thankful that He is in our lives, guiding, nurturing, teaching, leading and loving us.

Paul was singing praises to Him, and telling others that He is truly the one and only wise God. When we choose Him we will want to worship him, with thanks, glory and honour; happily, completely, and with knowledge that God is working in us every day of our lives.

My prayer for 1 Timothy 1:17

HEAVENLY FATHER, the only wise God

It is my pleasure to praise you today and every day.

Father, you are always in my thoughts and prayers. Every step I take, I am reminded of how you walk with me. I pray that when I look at you with my heart and with love. I pray that I will realize that because of your deep love for me, you are always standing with me, regardless of the situation.

You are very worthy of my love and honour. You are worthy of my prayers. May my heart always be open to you Lord. May I always remember that it is my privilege to worship and honour you, for who you are.

Draw me closer to you. Please fill my heart to overflow with your love, so that I in turn, can be your representative today, as Paul was in his time, telling others of your magnificence.

I bless your Holy name.

In the name of your son, I pray.


Who Am I Worshipping?

JEREMIAH 10: 6-7

6Forasmuch as there is none like unto thee, O Lord; thou art great, and thy name is great in might.7Who would not fear thee, O King of nations? for to thee doth it appertain: forasmuch as among all the wise men of the nations, and in all their kingdoms, there is none like unto thee.

Who am I worshipping is a post explaining Jeremiah 10:6-7
There is none like you Lord. You are great and your name is great in power.

Who are you worshipping today?

Jeremiah 10:6-7 tells us that the prophet Jeremiah was telling the citizens what it was like to worship the true God. Similarly, he told them that his God was great, powerful and wiser than any man in the nations. Jeremiah also said that God was a real entity not an idol made of stone, in other words someone who would hear when spoken to!

Instead of looking to the true God, the people were crafting their idols out of gold, silver, stone or clay. Because they had something with form to see and talk to, they worshipped the statues, and in addition, they had idols for many different reasons and believed their gods would help them.

Idols were designed with ears, eyes, mouths, bodies, hands, arms, legs, and feet. Even though they had human features, they couldn’t think, feel, see or give help of any kind. Jeremiah is telling the groups that although the God he worships cannot be seen, He does listen, see, think, move, feel, and create.

The Prophet Jeremiah is explaining that there is no one in the entire world as great as the true God. Even, the wisest person or idol on earth (through-out all of history) can’t even begin to come close to the Creator God and never will.

Who Am I Worshipping – A False Idol?

A false idol is anything or anyone who takes your main focus away from God, in other words, it’s ok to have material items, money, etc. but you must remember to remain balanced. If you’re living your life just to be in a position of having “stuff”, then you are worshipping the wrong things. If however, you find you have no time in your day for God, that means you are not worshipping God at all because wants to be included in our daily lives.

Who Am I Worshipping – A False Prophet?

For countless individuals in todays world, believing in God is not at the top of the list, instead, they find many different ways to worship. In many instances, people are told to believe in and take control of their own lives. False gods, false prophets, actors, TV evangelists, “religious” figureheads all claim to want to help you. They don’t help! Then there are kings, queens, presidents, prime ministers, and many others of the world, who hold power and prestige. Those are the people who claim to have your best interest at heart. In most cases they don’t!

Still, others worship material items (money, clothing, houses, boats, RV, toys of any kind) and don’t even consider what comes at the end of their lives on this earth. When the end of their time arrives, will their false idols or prophets be able to help the into a good eternal resting place? Nope! Therefore, none of the above should receive the adoration and love of the people that only God deserves. But unfortunately many of the false idols and false prophets are adored and revered.

What or who is your idol?

So then, what/who is your idol? False prophet, false idol or money, TV, social media, games, fun toys, etc.? All of these people and items can be considered as idols, and if they are unbalancing the time you spend with God then they are especially over-weighted in the wrong direction. If you love the idol(s) more than you do God then even those who know and love God, can easily slip from the straight and narrow path if they aren’t careful and paying attention.

What are you worshipping?

I am praying for you…

Those who are out of balance or don’t know God, I pray you see the true light and love of God: the Father, Creator; Son; Jesus, our Saviour; and, Holy Spirit, the helper and advisor. God is an awesome Father and in spite of what people may say, he does not take your fun away, he is not super strict, he is not mean and controlling, he does however, give his children pure love and brings peace, joy and stability into our lives, forever!

There is no one like you, Lord. Your are great and your name is great in power. Who would not fear (be in awe of) you as you are King of the nations and for this is your rightful due. For among all the wise men of the nations and in all their kingdoms, there is none like You.

If you want to learn more, click here What is Salvation and Prayer for Salvation


Who do I worship Father, I worship you! There is no other true God because You are the Creator God, that sent from Heaven, your only son, who became man (Jesus). He lived and experienced all that humans do. One day, Jesus was crucified and then (hallelujah) 3 days later, rose to life again. There are many humans who claim to be God, but once they die, they never rise from death to life. Further more, when Jesus ascended to heaven, He sent the Holy Spirit to teach, watch over and guide us. What an awesome, loving God you are.

Sin (Satan) is in this world, convincing people that you don’t exist and they believe the lie. Unfortunately, humans can not receive life eternal from any idols; human or not. Therefore when a non-Christian passes away from this earth, they will not be concerned of what lies ahead. In addition, they won’t even realize that they are heading to eternal death without any way to stop.

I’m praying Father for the people who don’t know you. Longing for their eyes and hearts to open before it’s too late for them. I also crave that every living being becomes in awe of you Lord, because you are the one and only true God who has and will live forever. Above all else; that those who love and abide in you, will live eternally with you.

No one is as mighty or as high as you.

You are the creator of this universe. Only you are the alpha and the omega, the beginning and the end. The King of kings, the Eternal one, forever and ever.

Thank you Father for being my God and the one and only true God of the world. I pray Father that people’s eyes are opened to you and all that you are.

In Jesus’ precious name.


I Sought the Lord and He Heard Me

PSALM 34: 1-6

I will bless the Lord at all times: his praise shall continually be in my mouth.2My soul shall make her boast in the Lord: the humble shall hear thereof, and be glad.3O magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt his name together.4I sought the Lord, and he heard me, and delivered me from all my fears.5They looked unto him, and were lightened: and their faces were not ashamed.6This poor man cried, and the Lord heard him, and saved him out of all his troubles.

David sought the Lord and received peace from God

“I sought the Lord and he heard me”. While in prison, David realizes he was far from God, so he repented and is once again trusting the Lord and honouring Him. David composes Psalm 34 during his imprisonment in Gath, telling how he found God’s peace again. Without realizing it, David’s singing and praising God, encouraged others in the prison to trust the Lord in all situations. The full story can be found in 1 Samuel 21.

David stops relying on the Lord and loses faith

David, fleeing from Saul, went first to say goodbye to his friend Jonathan (Saul’s son). Following that, David heads to the Holy place in Nob where he meets the Priest Ahimelech.

The Priest asked David why he is alone. David, relying on himself, instead of having faith in God, lies, saying that he is on a special journey for King Saul and asks the priest for bread and a sword. With that lie, David receives 5 loafs of holy bread and the sword that he used years earlier to cut off Goliath’s head. These were items David should not have access to.

David; running on his flight instinct, is not thinking straight nor relying on God. He leaves the Priest, heading directly to King Achish of Gath. As David heads into the pagan city of Philistine, he is carrying Goliath’s sword and, is recognized immediately as the person who had killed Goliath and is captured and thrown into prison.

David repents and sought out the Lord

David, becomes ashamed that he left God out of the equation. He repents of his sins asking for forgiveness. His faith is restored and he finds peace, even though his situation has not changed.

David, still in a dire situation, begins writing Psalm 34, blessing and praising God. Was this Psalm written as a bribe? No, it was written from thankfulness that he has God’s presence with him, once again. Regardless of the outcome, David is filled with love and respect for the Lord. He now he sings “I sought the Lord, he heard me and delivered me from all my fears“. David is no longer frightened, even though God did not say that he would help David. Yet, here is David , still in jail, writing Psalm 34 with peace, confidence and praising, praying, and singing to God. David’s faith impresses me.

David’s actions encourage the Philistines to seek God

David believed that God may help him, but knew that only God can take away his fears. God gives David peace that passes understanding. Philippians 4 (Verses 6-7).

On the day David was taken before King Achish, thoughts of playing the part of a man who had seizures and acting insane came to David. So when he was placed before the king, this drama worked so well that David was released from prison and forced to leave the town. No one can be sure if David acted on his own, in this charade, or if it was God’s suggestion. Regardless, David was a free man!

God had listened, helped and delivered David. The prisoners that witnessed everything were amazed. Because of David’s faith, many of them became believers. Hallelujah!

Following his release from prison and leaving Galt David wrote 1 Samuel 20, 1 Samuel 21. David says that no matter what happens in his life, during the good or bad times, he will always be praising God!

I sought the Lord and he heard me and delivered me from all my fears


Father in Heaven,

Lord, whenever I praise, pray, sing or call to you , I know you hear me. Sometimes I am looking for solutions, however the answers or the help that I receive are not always the ones I ask for or want. However, the answers are definitely the ones I need.

Can others see you Lord working in my life?

I pray people will witness my joy, peace and love for you. Perhaps they will hear your calling, as the Philistine prisoner’s did, that watched David.

Lord as soon as we open our hearts, you are there with open arms. Encourage me to be an inspiration for people to leave the darkness and enter into your beautiful glorious light.

Heavenly Father, I will forever bless you. May I always magnify you with my praises. God, no matter what is happening in my life I know that you are watching over me very closely. Whatever situation I am going through, is exactly where I am meant to be.

I am fortunate that by loving, following, and knowing you, I can feel your arms around me. I can relax in you no matter what I’m in the midst of. Lord, you love and care for me and I am so very honoured and privileged to be your child.

I praise your mighty name Father, now and forevermore!

In the name of your son, Jesus Christ, I pray.


God’s Plan for Our Lives

God does have a plan for everyone. What does your future hold?

JEREMIAH 29:10-13

God’s Plan for Our Lives – 10 For thus saith the Lord, That after seventy years be accomplished at Babylon I will visit you, and perform my good word toward you, in causing you to return to this place. 11For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the Lord, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end. 12Then shall ye call upon me, and ye shall go and pray unto me, and I will hearken unto you. 13And ye shall seek me, and find me, when ye shall search for me with all your heart. (KJV)

God sent the Jews into exile at Babylon. After that, Jeremiah, was instructed by the Lord to write a note to the people of Israel, who were now captives.

False Prophets were not part of God’s plan

False prophets were telling the people of Israel that they would not be in Babylon for very long. However, God’s plan was for them to remain in Babylon for seventy years. The people were not to expect anything different for the entire time, in other words stop listening to the false prophets. Jeremiah’s letters were to address all the Jewish captives, not just certain individuals.

God’s Plan for the Jewish Captives in Babylon

God has plans for their future, knowing what kind of people they are. He goes on to say that when he thinks about them, they are thoughts are of peace and not evil. The people can rest assured that they will always have an eternal home with God, depending on how they live. The Jews are to live in peace and build houses; provide for themselves the necessities of life and have many children.

The Lord says that if they call out to Him in prayers, he will listen to them and whenever they earnestly seek Him, with all their hearts, they will find him.

God Plan can save even the broken, seek him today!


Thank you Lord that I know the plans you have for my life and are the same desires as you have for all your children; which are to prosper us, not to harm us, plans to give us hope and a future.

Father, following the directions from the Bible we are required to live peacefully throughout the good and the difficult times. We are to seek out your Word and your character, and give our whole heart over to you, which helps us to live according to your plan and to remain close to you.

My life may look totally different than what I may want or perhaps even expect (as your child). However by living the way I am meant to live, allows me to stay close to you. In that, I know I am living in your will and I can be assured of hope and a future.

Thank you Father God, I am truly grateful.

In Jesus name I pray.

Amen. Hallelujah

Building Up a Spiritual Church

1 Peter 2:4-5

How to build up a spiritual church – 4 To whom coming, as unto a living stone, disallowed indeed of men, but chosen of God, and precious,
5 Ye also, as lively stones, are built up a spiritual house, an holy priesthood, to offer up spiritual sacrifices, acceptable to God by Jesus Christ.

Jesus (being the fullness of the Godhead) came to earth as the ultimate living stone. However, even though Jesus was rejected and killed by men, his work did not stop on the cross. God sent Jesus to be a living corner stone for all who come to Him, through Christ. In other words God sent Jesus to become the Saviour to Christians.

What builds up a spiritual Church?

Churches and temples are being erected by men by first laying good solid corner stones and then a suitable foundation is added. Soon it becomes a church. Once the building is ready, people come together to learn about God and to praise and worship Him. Although we have these brick and mortar buildings called “churches”, the real Church is within the people, themselves.

Church buildings are made of dead parts (bricks, sand, etc.). Whereas spiritual churches (Christians) have living parts like bodies, souls, prayers, praises, worship, love and the likes. Living stones is where our bodies are used as a temple for the Holy Spirit to live in.

Christians are the living stones. As each of us join the family of Christ, we become another part of the spiritual house that God is building. As more and more Christians come along they place themselves on the existing foundation.

Christians are a holy priesthood in themselves. There is no longer any reason for animal sacrifices or a middle man. This means that Christians are now able to go before God, on their own, using the name of Jesus.

However, it is important to realize that as one brick cannot build a house, neither can one Christian build a spiritual house. In other words, to build the spiritual church that God is looking for, Christians must come together and build on each other.

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By one brick at a time, we will build our spiritual lives that will be acceptable to God.


Thank you for building up a spiritual church! Without you Father and your love for us, we would still be taking sacrifices to an altar. Because of Jesus’ work on the cross, I now have the ability to come before you instead of men. In other words Father God, I now can come directly to you with my confession and with my prayers.

I am now considered a living stone, a Christ believing person. To build up and keep my spiritual house in order I must continue to receive the Word, in a manner of honesty, sincerity, devotion and joy. As well, I need to be in the company of other Christians so we can build on each other. Help me Father to use a loving heart in a way that is pleasing to you.

Thank you that I have found a congregation of other Christians that I can talk to, worship and grow with and continue to build up your spiritual church, all for your glory.

In the name of Jesus, our corner stone, I pray.


Not by Our Own Merit – Psalm 30: 6-12

Psalm 30:

6 And in my prosperity I said, I shall never be moved.
7 LORD, by thy favour thou hast made my mountain to stand strong: thou didst hide thy face, and I was troubled.
8 I cried to thee, O LORD; and unto the LORD I made supplication.
9 What profit is there in my blood, when I go down to the pit? Shall the dust praise thee? shall it declare thy truth?
10 Hear, O LORD, and have mercy upon me: LORD, be thou my helper.
11 Thou hast turned for me my mourning into dancing: thou hast put off my sackcloth, and girded me with gladness;
12 To the end that my glory may sing praise to thee, and not be silent. O LORD my God, I will give thanks unto thee (KJV)

Psalm 30 came about because of bad choices David made.  2 Samuel 23 gives the full account of David’s fall from grace and his restoration.

David’s big mistake was wrongly believing that his position, wealth and overall prosperity was secure because he and his army had achieved a great status by themselves.  See 2 Samuel 24:10-25 regarding David’s punishment).

The plague (David’s choice of punishment) hits and all of a sudden, everything in his kingdom, along with millions of his people are dying and there is nothing he can do to stop it.

He calls out to God but the Lord has momentarily turned his back on David. However David does not give up, but keeps crying out to God in supplication. (earnestly requesting, begging, humbly asking)

David finally realizes that God is the reason for his success and for his downfall.

David offers to die, but points out that there is no profit in his death. He pleads for another chance to make things right and points out that in his death, the people will never see God’s great love and mercy.

However, in keeping his life, the people will be aware of David repenting and begging for mercy. They will witness that David’s God is righteous but also forgiving, merciful and gracious. David will be the living proof.

During his prayers, David’s focus finally comes back on God, and his cries are heard. Grace and mercy are given and the plague is stopped.

The moment David is told that the plague is over, he immediately throws off his sackcloth (mourning) and begins rejoicing.

He knows that he doesn’t deserve forgiveness but is thanking God for giving it. His distress and misery are turned into gladness as he thanks God for hearing his prayers and for leaving a remnant of his people and land.

David then writes Psalm 30 to gives praises to God, as he promised he would, keeping his focus, honour and glory where it belongs – on God.

Almighty God,

It is my joy to focus on you and your word. May I always be in a state of knowing that everything I am and have, is only because of your great love for me.

Yes, I could work hard (on my own) and get many of the things I may want or feel I need. However it’s a much harder process, one in which I (like David) could become more dependent on myself than on you.

Please Lord, never let me slip into the place where I start believing that I am in control, leaving you out of the picture. Help me always to keep you at the center of everything I am and everything I do.

Thank you Father for being a righteous and living God.

In the blessed name of Jesus Christ, I pray,


Choosing Our Path for Eternity – Matthew 7: 13-14

Matthew 7:13-14

13 Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat:
14 Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it.

In our lives, we have choices to make. God has given everyone free-will to use however we wish.

This scripture tells us that we have a choice between two ways to live. Notice that both choices have gates at the end of the road. First there is the broad road with the wide gate and then there is the straight, thin road that leads to the narrow gate.

The popular choice is the wide gate and broad path. Along this route people may live, think and do anything they would like to do. Many take this path because they believe it’s the easier route; no commandments to obey, much partying and having fun along the way. Yes; the choice of this road does not require any restrictions. However, this path, in the end, leads to the gate of destruction and eternal death.

Then there is the narrow path. Not many take this path because it requires sacrifice. The person wishing to walk the narrow path must accept God’s son, Jesus into their hearts. Following that, they will live their lives according to Gods way, not because they must, but because they want to. Once chosen, this path contains security of everlasting life. People along this path enjoy fun, love, joy and happiness in a way the wide path cannot offer. This path, in the end, leads to the gates of Heaven and eternal life.

It is totally each person’s own choice to pick the road to follow. Consider thoughtfully and choose wisely!

Heavenly Father

I bless your holy name. I thank you Father that you have given everyone the free will to make our own decisions regarding the way we live our lives here on earth.

I am so very happy that when you called and I opened my heart to you, just the tiniest bit, I was immediately aware of your presence. I thank you that you took me in to become a part of your loving family. As a family member you guide me, lead me, you help me to grow and to stay true to you.

Do I live a perfect life now? Absolutely not! I was born into a sinful world and as much as I don’t want to, I confess I commit sin on a regular basis. The good news is, I don’t try to hide those sins. I come to you asking for them to be wiped away and thank you Father, they are.

I praise your mighty name. I praise you for who you are – the one and only true God. I thank you for sending Jesus and the Holy Spirit.

I pray others will find their way to the narrow path and will be as happy with their decision as I am.

In the name of my Saviour, Lord Jesus Christ, I pray.