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

    1. Don’t you just love the way He does that? Thank you for sharing this with me. It is very encouraging! Have a super blessed day!

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