Author Archives: Brianna R Wasson

About Brianna R Wasson

A follower of Jesus Christ who loves His Word, my name is Brianna but I usually call myself Bria. I'm a deep thinker with a seminary background who grew up knowing Jesus but falters on a regular basis. I love my family, which consists of two daughters one husband and a dog. I also love hanging out with friends, taking pictures of pretty stuff, good books, and coffee.

August 16: Joseph and His Brothers

Read Genesis 37:5-8, 18-20 “When his brothers saw that their father loved him more than all his brothers, they hated him and could not bring themselves to speak peaceably to him” (v.4). It’s a dark story of unthinkable hatred. Jealousy … Continue reading

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August 10: How Pride Leads to Deception

Read Luke 20:19-26 Shame and guilt color my memories of our conversation. He’d asked a question and I answered with untruth. I’d been trying to protect my reputation, and just like that, my integrity was gone. I know both sides … Continue reading

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February 19: Reaching Around the World

Read Acts 10:1-48 Before the day is over I will have spoken to people from California, Indiana, and South Carolina. I will engage in conversation with people from Africa, France, Canada, Germany, and Poland. I am not unique. No matter … Continue reading

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October 6: Help, Lord!

Read Acts 11:19-30 “Those who give to the poor will lack nothing, but those who close their eyes to them receive many curses” (Prov. 28:27). Dear Lord, You know, this is a hard one for me. I need your help. … Continue reading

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October 5: Widows and Family

Read 1 Timothy 5:1-16 An age-old expression tells us “charity begins at home.” In other words, we have a primary obligation to our family and those closest to us. We should not ignore their needs while looking out for others … Continue reading

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October 4: Widows and the Church

Read Acts 6:1-7 I am not sure how many times I have read, taught, and written about this passage. A bunch; that’s certainly safe to say. I suppose each of those times I focused on or emphasized some pretty predictable … Continue reading

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October 3: No Hesitations

Read Matthew 25:31-46 Even though the justice we are studying in our current series is illustrated well in this passage, I was reluctant to include it. I know that may seem odd, but let me explain my hesitation. Actually, you … Continue reading

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