2 Chronicles 11 - Those who had set their hearts to follow the God of Israel followed the levites as they left. What does it mean to set your heart to seek God? King Asa and Jehoshaphat 2 Chronicles 14 - Asa did what was right and took away foreign alters. He called the people... Read More
Psalm 127 and 128 - Psalms of Ascents. Fathers, in everything we are dependent, fully dependent on the grace of God. Except the Lord build the house, they labor in vain that build the house. We do our part, but the increase is God’s. It is so easy to be pulled in to the trap... Read More
Psalm 127:1-5 - If God isn’t with you in the things that you do, they will turn out to be a waste of time and energy. 1 Kings 11:28-43 - The story of Jeroboam. He had a lot going for him, but he got scared. Jeroboam received a great promise from God. If you walk... Read More
Is God a big part of your life? What is he to you? Deuteronomy 6:1-15 Can I Know God? Isaiah 55 - God is incomprehensible, this is one of his characteristics and attributes. We are finite, this limits in our ability to understand and infinite God. Psalm 50 - God has chosen to reveal himself.... Read More
God is accessible, we can reach out to him and experience what he offers us through Christ. Salvation and a holy life that is useful in the kingdom. Acts 17:22-34 - Paul is in Athens, waiting for Silas and Timothy. He had just been pushed out of Thessalonica and Berea and ended up in Athens.... Read More
Olivet - God’s Protection 2 Kings 6 - This mountain is not named. This is a story of Elisha. Often we don’t see things as they actually are, instead we tend to see things as they “seem to be.” In this story Elisha and his people were completely surrounded by the enemy. Elisha could see... Read More
As you read the scriptures mountains seem to have some sort of significance in numerous places. Jesus spent a fair amount of time with his disciples on mountains. …and he will teach us His ways. — Isaiah Have you asked yourself, “where is God?” God showed himself to other people and he showed up in... Read More
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