Life Applications from the Bible – Vol. 28

Life Applications from the Bible – Vol. 28

I finished reading the Book of Luke last week and started on the Book of James. These are some of the life applications I found:

  • Luke 23:22-25 – This is an example of bad leadership. He knew what the right thing to do was, but he gave the crowd what they wanted.
    • When you are in a leadership position, you have an obligation and responsibility to do the right thing at all costs, even if it makes people mad.
    • It is usually true that the squeaky wheel gets the grease. However, that doesn’t mean that the squeaky wheel is always right.
  • Luke 24:30-35 – Fellowship with the Lord and others
    • Their eyes were opened while they had fellowship with Him.
    • Stay in fellowship with Him, and He will reveal Himself to you.
    • One of the best ways to get to know other people is around the kitchen table.
    • Some of our best times of fellowship involve food.
  • James 1:2-4 – Although trials can be hard and painful, they have a good purpose. Let trials do their job, and enjoy the effects of them afterward.
  • James 2:12-13 – Do unto Others!
    • If you want mercy, you must give mercy.
    • We are judged by the same measure we judge others. Make it a judgment of mercy!




If you have joined me recently, these weekly life applications from the Bible are examples of some of the comments I write in the Bibles I am giving to my grandchildren when they graduate. Click here to see the post where I explain this eternal gift idea.


I would love to pray for any specific needs you may have. Feel free to email me any prayer requests. Other than that, stay in the Word daily. I pray the weekly life applications help you in some way.


Have a Grace & Joy-filled day!


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  1. Love these posts, Susan! They always give me a completely different and fresh perspective no matter what my week has been like. I was JUST on the phone with one of my sisters this morning talking about judgement after overhearing a conversation I wish I had not heard so I definitely needed to read, “make a judgement of mercy” today – it’s so true! Big hugs and thank you for these posts, CoCo

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