hank you for visiting 3DBeliever.com. My name is Raymond L. Johnson. I am an author and have taught Bible Lessons for over thirty years. As a Believer in Jesus Christ, my heart’s desire is for my faith in Him to be continually growing.
The 3DBeliever blog was launched in April 2013 after months of struggle. My first inclination was to resist God’s promptings to share my faith in this way. Because my disposition is to support leaders by working in the background, I was slow to submit to God’s leading to broaden my perspective…to 3D—Discover, Develop and Demonstrate the will of God in my life. It finally clicked: Those who fail to stretch, will fail to grow!
The results of following God’s guidance have been encouraging. People from more than 36 countries have visited and/or subscribed to the site so far. Countless others visit periodically. Many have left positive comments (see below). By studying and drafting these devotionals, I have learned to stay in constant prayer, listening to His promptings as I compose each post.
For each topic, I read, research, pray and ponder before ever writing the first word. My intent and desire is that these devotionals will act like kindling—igniting the soul of believers with a burning desire to Discover-Develop-Demonstrate (3D) their faith.
Some of the most popular posts thus far include the below, read a few and if interested sign-up for a once a week email when I post a new blog or simply save the link and visit the site as you have time. The sign-up form is in the top right navigation bar.
- Hear the Word, Listen to the Word, Do What the Word Says – Repeat (James 1:19-27)
- Temptation – Resistance is not Futile it is Expected (James 1:1-18)
- Spiritual Vision – See What God Sees – Introduction (I Corinthians 2:14)
- Spiritual Vision – See What God Sees – Seek Farsightedness ( 2 Kings 15-17)
- Exhibiting Favoritism is Sin & Exposes Faults in our Faith (James 2:1-13)
- Growing Makes God Get Bigger (I Corinthians 13:11-12)
- Sailboat vs Row Boat Believers (John 14:15-17)
- Follow “The” Compass (Psalms 25:8-10)