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Beware the Second Flood (Part Two) (22-May-20)
by David C. Grabbe
Our minds adapt to what we focus on. We can damage or even destroy faith through abuse or neglect. Without being refreshed in what He says, faith weakens.
Beware the Second Flood (Part One) (15-May-20)
by David C. Grabbe
The immediate danger lies not as much in the specific teachings of the flood from the serpent but in their sheer volume. The peril lies in being swept away.
The Purpose of Prophecy (08-May-20)
by Mike Fuhrer
God sent prophets to do one thing: to tell His people to return to keeping His commandments. While some foretold events, all of them preached obedience.
The House of Annas (01-May-20)
by John Reiss
The most powerful Sadducee in the first century was Annas, who was appointed high priest. Accumulating impressive power at an early age, Annas used it well.
Fear and Faith (Part Three) (24-Apr-20)
by Mike Ford
As we experience our battles and are tempted to complain as they become more severe, we can react in fear or faith. It is far better to respond with faith.
Fear and Faith (Part Two) (17-Apr-20)
by Mike Ford
The spies returned on the 8th of Av, and as the 9th of Av began, the people murmured, beginning a long list of calamities to befall Israel on this date.
Fear and Faith (Part One) (10-Apr-20)
by Mike Ford
How many times has God delivered by a way we never expected? Moses was probably ignorant of how God would save Israel, but he had the faith that He would!
Heirs of the Kingdom (03-Apr-20)
by Mike Fuhrer
The Jews believed that they had a natural right to the privileges of God's kingdom. They called themselves, therefore, "the children of the kingdom."
Let Us Examine Ourselves (27-Mar-20)
by Ronny H. Graham
Only after we have examined ourselves should we partake of the Passover symbols. Thoroughly examining ourselves should become a way of life.
Deliverance and Unleavened Bread (20-Mar-20)
by John Reiss
The spring festivals memorialize the redemption and exodus of the children of Israel from Egyptian slavery, as well as our own spiritual redemption.
Avoiding Prayer? Consider Carefully (13-Mar-20)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
The whole world is in hurry-up mode. What have often suffered are prayer and its companion, Bible study--and ultimately, the individual's relationship with God.
Ditching Tithing? Consider Carefully (06-Mar-20)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
In tough financial times, some Christians reduce or cut out altogether God's tithe. They justify it with an excuse like, 'God wouldn't want me to starve!'
Skipping Services? Consider Carefully (28-Feb-20)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
God's word marks the Sabbath as a time of His calling His people together for worship, so attending church services is a vital part of the Christian Sabbath.
The Patience of God (21-Feb-20)
by Ronny H. Graham
Patience is sometimes misunderstood. Many think that it is just sitting and waiting, but exercising patience takes work and sometimes great self-control.
Divine Providence (Part Two) (14-Feb-20)
by Mike Fuhrer
God's care for us goes well beyond fulfilling our basic physical needs. He is far more interested in providing those things that aid us in our spiritual walk.
Divine Providence (Part One) (07-Feb-20)
by Mike Fuhrer
God's providence is a subject that few people, even in God’s church, have a full grasp on. Most look on it too narrowly, but we must consider it carefully.
A City on a Hill (Part Two) (31-Jan-20)
by John Reiss
We may never be featured in a museum, receive a Medal of Honor, or be the subject of a movie, but we can still be outstanding examples with our own lives.
A City on a Hill (Part One) (24-Jan-20)
by John Reiss
The eyes of the world are on those who seek to be God's servants. Consider these stories of people whose inspiring examples serve as witnesses to God's character.
The Elijah Syndrome (Part Three) (17-Jan-20)
by David C. Grabbe
We can draw several lessons from Elijah, particularly his belief that he was the only one left whom God could use. God is always doing more than we are aware.
The Elijah Syndrome (Part Two) (10-Jan-20)
by David C. Grabbe
God taught Elijah that He is not in excessive displays of power or showy miracles when a voice will suffice.




 

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