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Contributed on Jan 7, 2016
David's emotional outpouring as he hides in a cave, with Saul closing in... is heard and answered by God.
Psalm 142 The first thing we see in this Psalm is the descriptive label placed over it in English translations. When written in the Hebrew, these descriptions would actually have been part of the Psalm and so should be carefully considered when studying these Psalms out. We are told ...read more
Contributed on Nov 23, 2015
Paul writes in his letters to Timothy and warns about those who have turned away or deserted him!
FEELING ALL ALONE In my recent reading of I and II Timothy, I was struck by Paul’s declaration to the young preacher how many had turned from the faith. Although partly as a warning to Timothy, a theme that runs through both letters is to avoid foolish arguments and that some will turn ...read more
Contributed on Sep 16, 2015
Nebuchadnezzar has a powerful encounter with God and responds with praise! One of the reasons our testimony meetings in churches are so blah is because our people are not encountering God as they should be!
Nebuchadnezzar’s Testimony Daniel 4 GOD IS IN CHARGE AND HOLDS AUTHORITY OVER ALL! When we speak of the sovereignty of God we should be humbled—remembering that He is in charge and we are not. Speaking of the sovereignty of God can bring great confusion, for if God is really in ...read more
Contributed on Sep 2, 2015
Brother Rabbit's Pride distracts him from the path-- What distracts you from running the race that is set before you.
The Parable of the Tar Baby Brother Rabbit was hopping down the rabbit trail—you know—the one all good bunnies would chose to travel on. Along the way he came to a carefully constructed little man, made of tar and some old clothes. Brother Rabbit, not wishing to be rude, greeted the ...read more
Contributed on Oct 3, 2013
Saul's reign will be marked with insecurity and fear. From the begining he was reluctant to rule God's people and his fear defined his reign.
TEXT: I Samuel 10 Review of chapter 9: Saul was out looking for donkeys, not a throne, when he meets Samuel and is overwhelmed by the news that he, himself, is to be the king. He protests that he is unworthy, from an insignificant tribe and family. Samuel and Saul sat up all night talking ...read more
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Contributed on Jan 20, 2005
Sanctification is a fancy church word that simply means cleaned up and ready to use. Your laundry that has been washed, dried, and ironed is sanctified because it has been cleaned and prepared for use. My son is a tennis shoe freak. It started out with a pair of Jordan sneakers. He has lots ...read more