Matthew 8:5-13 - The attitude of this centurion towards authority is impressive. Jesus was impressed by it, and when we see Jesus being impressed we should sit up and take notice. This centurion was humble. He knew that his bloodline didn’t make him part of “the people of God.” We also see that he had... Read More
Which is the greatest institution of God? The home or the church? The same things that make marriage work, makes the church work. It takes commitment to make a marriage work and to make a church work. Adoption is a wonderful thing, a family reaching out and saying, "we want you to be a part... Read More
Romans 5:1-5 - We see the word "hope" in this passage a number of times. We know that it has a range of meanings. "I hope we have nice weather." "The hope of the glory of God." The opposite of hope is a miserable place. It is an awful thing. Despair. Darkness. Gloom. No encouragement.... Read More
Hebrews 3,4, Numbers 13:27 Rest is faith in action, it can happen when we know that we belong to God, that we are his. Joshua and Caleb saw an opportunity for God's power to take care of the Children of Israel. The other spies saw themselves in front of the giants, just small flesh against... Read More
Hebrews 11:8-16 - They were seeking something beyond this life here. A better and a heavenly place. As strangers and pilgrims here on earth. Abraham considered his life a pilgrimage. A pilgrim is one who is traveling through a foreign land. Or a devotee traveling to a shrine or a holy place. For us as... Read More
Genesis 2:18-25, 1 Corinthians 11:3, Ephesians 6:4, Titus, 1 Peter - Leaders and help meets are never born with all of the qualifications they need. They are however able to grow. There is no doubt that the mother speaks a lot of influence into the future of a child. Holy Behavior 1 Peter 3:3 -... Read More
Psalm 1:2, Joshua 1:7-9 - What are we thinking about as we go about our days? Do we constantly reflect on Biblical truth and its principles? Many Christian people are in a rut, there is no or little joy in their Christian journey. Could it be that we are “doing it wrong” and have been... Read More
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