When we present our requests to the Lord, usually, we want His answers quickly. However, when the Lord shows His needs, do we answer at the same speed? Let’s look at two biblical passages that will help us in this reflection.
Text inspired by the booklet: The Dream Wedding… of God! From the Tree of Life Publications (Editora Árvore da Vida)
It is very controversial to talk about marriage nowadays, but if we come back to its real meaning and source, there’s no doubt. So let’s take a look at what the Bible says about this subject.
It’s widely known that June and January are the most feared months by students. Even though we see that the wave of paper works and tests is coming, long before it’s here, usually we don’t prepare for it previously.
A desire to date: have you ever felt that? If so, I hope this text can help you understand it better. Before you read this, I would like you to know: this post is not a complete and definitive manual about this subject and how to deal with this.
This text presents one more book from the Old Testament’s Minor Prophets: Habakkuk. The prophet, who has a peculiar name, Nahum and Zephaniah (both from the Minors Prophets’ group) were contemporaries. Habakkuk lived in the land of Judah, about 600 years before Christ, and an evident characteristic is seen throughout his book: he really was a questioner. A questioning starts his book:
On April 28, 1988, flight 243 of Aloha Airlines from Hilo to Honolulu would become one of the most famous accidents in the history of aviation. At approximately 7300 meters of altitude, the flight was proceeding as normal when, suddenly, part of the plane’s structure in the first class section was wrenched off, leaving a hole nearly 6 meters long on its fuselage (pictured) and dozens of passengers exposed to the open air. Despite these conditions the pilot managed to land the aircraft at a nearby airport with only one victim, a flight attendant who was launched out of the plane.
It’s amazing the news that has spread around the world recently about the “Blue Whale”, the online game composed of 50 tasks, the last one leading to the death of the player himself. Blue Whale is actually just one of the names of many versions that exist of the suicidal game. The story seems to begin in 2013 on a Russian social network and has since attracted a certain type of young people to enter a road with no return.