Daily Verse – Overcome.

Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good. Romans 12:21 NIVUK Short. Simple. Overcome - niko - the only occurence of this word is here and it means to not be conquered or prevailed against. We are not to be conquered by kakos - anything bad or harmful. This could be an… Continue reading Daily Verse – Overcome.

Daily Verse – Walking with the Wise.

Walk with the wise and become wise, for a companion of fools suffers harm. Proverbs 13:20 NIVUK In this recent technological era we can gain unparralleled access to the very best people in our field of interest. Most of them even do Masterclasses to teach you everything they have learnt on their journey. We are… Continue reading Daily Verse – Walking with the Wise.

Daily Verse – Psalm 105:1

Hallelujah! Thank God ! Pray to him by name! Psalm 105:1 MSG Depending on which translation you are reading from the phrase here 'thank God' could be written as 'Praise God'. The Greek phrase hō·w·ḏū allows for both thank and praise. 'Thank God' seems easier to do in your everyday life - 'Praise God' conjures images… Continue reading Daily Verse – Psalm 105:1

Discard.

Having expectations and an overall aim are widely believed to be useful for success. Some suggest that to be truly successful you have to break everything down into stages and specific blocks of thought and action. Many people do achieve what they set out to using this style of methodology. Sometimes, however, we are not… Continue reading Discard.

Daily Verse – James 1:2

You Version Making the word order a little easier to follow in the Greek Interlinear, this verse reads, 'Esteem it all joy, my brothers, when you might fall into various trials'. This verse may well be the equivalent of that common saying, laugh in the face of danger. Neither are reckless or uncaring of what… Continue reading Daily Verse – James 1:2

Daily Verse – 1 Peter 3:15

https://www.instagram.com/p/CNUkBuwrD4P/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link The word which jumps out in this verse, when you read the Greek Interlinear version, is that 'answer' is written as 'defence'. We are to always be ready to give a defence of the hope we have in Christ. The word for 'defence' in Greek is apologian and only occurs in the New Testament… Continue reading Daily Verse – 1 Peter 3:15