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.

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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October 2: True Religion

Read James 1:26, 27 Throughout the centuries, religions have defined themselves in terms of rules of external conduct. Lists of do’s and don’ts have allowed people to quickly assess their standing. The person’s level of adherence to these rules was … Continue reading

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October 1: A Voice for the Voiceless

Read Deuteronomy 27:1-19 Fast forward from the time when Moses recorded these words to a time when the activities outlined in Deuteronomy 27 and 28 were actually practiced. Imagine you are a Reubenite.  You are standing with others from your … Continue reading

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