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Patterns of Resistance (Part Two) (26-May-17)
by Joseph B. Baity
In Part One, we learned that among the patterns woven through God’s Word is a typical pattern of resistance against God, one that resides at the heart of every human sin: ...
Patterns of Resistance (Part One) (19-May-17)
by Joseph B. Baity
English novelist and essayist, George Orwell wrote, “Sometimes the first duty of intelligent men is the restatement of the obvious.” The claim of intelligence notwithstanding, sometimes it helps ...
Eulogizing God (12-May-17)
by Dan Elmore
While considering the Passover season, it occurred to me that God and His Son, Jesus Christ, deserve a eulogy! What is a eulogy? The Oxford English Dictionary defines it as “a speech or ...”
The Law Continues (05-May-17)
by Charles Whitaker
Deuteronomy 29:29 contains one of the final thoughts of Moses before he went up Mount Nebo to die and before Israel crossed the River Jordan into the Promised Land: “The secret things belong to the LORD ..."
Hur (Part Two) (28-Apr-17)
by John Reiss
In Part One, we learned about Hur, the son of Caleb, a Jew whom Exodus 17:8-13 records as helping Aaron hold up Moses’ hands to secure a victory against the attacking Amalekites. ...
Hur (Part One) (21-Apr-17)
by John Reiss
Romans 15:4 reads in the New International Version, “For everything that was written in the past was written to teach us, so that through the endurance taught in the Scriptures ...
Why Do We Observe Unleavened Bread? (Part Three) (14-Apr-17)
by David C. Grabbe
The spiritual strength required to overcome is a result of eating the Bread of Life continually, and that Bread is available only to those whom He has delivered from spiritual Egypt. But to approach overcoming without that is to imply that we can overcome on our own—thus that we have no need of a Savior after our forgiveness. ...
Why Do We Observe Unleavened Bread? (Part Two) (07-Apr-17)
by David C. Grabbe
Exodus 12:19-20 gives a third, vital aspect of this Feast: We must eat nothing leavened nor have leavening in our houses. ...
Why Do We Observe Unleavened Bread? (Part One) (31-Mar-17)
by David C. Grabbe
When someone asks us why we remove leaven from our homes and eat unusual “bread” for a week, we may say something like, “Leaven is a symbol of sin, and the Feast of Unleavened Bread pictures putting sin out of our lives." ...
The Covenant of Blood (Part Two) (24-Mar-17)
by Ronny H. Graham
The well-known proverb, “Blood is thicker than water,” may have come from an older one: “The blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb." ...
The Covenant of Blood (Part One) (17-Mar-17)
by Ronny H. Graham
Most of us have heard the proverb, “Blood is thicker than water.” Many ideas have been proposed as to when and how it originated, so it seems to come down to which origin story a person likes the best. ...
Pruning and Cleansing (10-Mar-17)
by Charles Whitaker
In John 15:2, Christ describes two distinct actions on the part of the Father: “Every branch in Me that does not bear fruit He takes away; and every branch that bears fruit He prunes ...
The Word of the Lord Is Good (Part Two) (03-Mar-17)
by Mike Fuhrer
In Part One, we saw that, in some ways, King Hezekiah of Judah was a mixed bag spiritually. Although Scripture lists him as one of the best kings of Judah, he made significant mistakes ...
The Word of the Lord Is Good (Part One) (24-Feb-17)
by Mike Fuhrer
The life of Judah’s King Hezekiah, including his prayer life, offers a mighty challenge and example for us today. Note what II Kings 18:3-7 has to say about him: ...
Overcoming Troubled Hearts (Part Two) (17-Feb-17)
by Clyde Finklea
In Part One, we considered how fear, when combined with unbelief, can turn us aside from following our Savior Jesus Christ and endanger our chance to be included among God's firstfruits. ...
Overcoming Troubled Hearts (Part One) (10-Feb-17)
by Clyde Finklea
Without question, we live in a strife-ridden world, one torn by wars, by famine, by disease and sickness, by destructive natural disasters, by injustices and corrupt governments run by self-seeking politicians ...
Life Doesn't Work on a Balance Sheet (Part Three) (03-Feb-17)
by David C. Grabbe
The fact that God Himself grieves over human sinfulness and the separation it causes—which we learned in Part Two—begs the question of why God created an order where even He and the Word are not immune to suffering. ...
Life Doesn't Work on a Balance Sheet (Part Two) (27-Jan-17)
by David C. Grabbe
As we saw in Part One, Hebrews 5:7-10 describes a facet of Christ’s suffering: "... who, in the days of His flesh, when He had offered up prayers and supplications ..."
Life Doesn't Work on a Balance Sheet (Part One) (20-Jan-17)
by David C. Grabbe
We hear the phrase so often that it has become a cliché: “Why do bad things happen to good people?” It is typically asked in times of catastrophe, such as when natural disasters strike or the apparently undeserving suffer violence. ...
Compassion (Part Two) (13-Jan-17)
by John Reiss
Having learned in Part One about biblical compassion, we can see no better example of it than the sacrifice our Savior made for us. ...




 

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