Who is He?

What is God like? Who is this man Jesus? How can we understand the Holy Spirit?

The Cross – You Can’t Make This Stuff Up

Jesus crucifixion

In uncertain times we can be certain of Jesus’ love and constant presence. Jesus’ crucifixion makes no sense unless it’s true. You can’t make this stuff up.

Taking Up the Coronavirus Cross

Take up your Cross

Preventing the spread of COVID-19 means dying to our ‘self’ for the benefit of others. We take up the cross when we sacrifice ‘me’ for ‘we’.

Get Your Ticket to Heaven

God Gave His Son John 3:16

Here is what love is. It is not that we loved God. It is that He loved us and sent His Son to give His life to pay for our sins. 1 John 4:10 (NIRV) I used to think my mistakes were too big, too many, and too deliberate for God to forgive. My shame…

Patience is a Virtue in Christian Life

early Christians valued patience

When the early church was forming, the patience of Christians set them apart from non-believers and attracted them to join the community. What did patience mean at that time? Why was it so highly valued?

The God of the Old Testament and the God of the New

Angry Old Testament God

The God of the Old Testament and the God of the New Testament seem so different. Are they the same God? Yes! God is unchanging, loving, just, and merciful. Only God can solve the Old Testament / New Testament dilemma.

Life is Fragile

Life is Fragile

Wen tragedy strikes, we remember that life is fragile. Tomorrow is not guaranteed. We wonder what heaven is like and who will be there.

Why is David a Man after God’s Own Heart?

man after God's own heart

King David is called a man after God’s own heart, yet we know he slept with another man’s wife and killed her husband. Why does God honor this man over others?

Marriage Prepares Us for God’s Love

Bride of Christ

We say “the two shall become one flesh” to describe marriage, but this deeply personal love is also used to describe Jesus’ love for His bride, the church. How does marriage prepare us for God’s love?

The Shepherds – the First to See Baby Jesus

first to see baby Jesus

Why did God choose the lowly shepherds as the first to see the baby Jesus? They were the only ones to receive an angelic birth announcement. What can we learn from God’s choice?

What are the Grace of Jesus, Love of God and Fellowship of the Spirit?

What does the Apostle Paul mean when he says the grace of Jesus, the love of God and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit? It means we’re loved so deeply that we’re worth dying for. As if that isn’t enough, the Holy Spirit partners with us in doing life together.

Spend a few minutes to plant a quick Seed. Or stay longer and plant a whole garden.

Each post is a brief scriptural thought that will grow as you let it take root in your thoughts.  If you have time, dig into one area of interest and plant a whole garden.
Each post is a brief scriptural thought that will grow as you let it take root in your thoughts. If you have time, dig into one area of interest and plant a whole garden.

Receive Seeds of Scripture by email.

Please enter your name.
Please enter a valid email address.
Something went wrong. Please check your entries and try again.

Archives