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Contributed on Jan 12, 2019
Why are God's people so dull of hearing?
Jesus Comes to Nazareth: An Exposition of Luke 4:14-30 In the previous passage, we saw that after His baptism by John, He was driven by the Holy Spirit into the wilderness of Judaea. There he had fasted for forty days. At the end of this period, while he was as humanly weak as was possible, He was ...read more
Contributed on Jan 11, 2019
What happens when religion becomes a business?
My Father’s House is not an Emporium: An Exposition of John 2:13-25 Jesus had just finished His first sign which was the turning of water into wine. This He had done in response to His mother’s request. When we sntudied the passage, we had to deal with the cryptic statement: “My time has not yet ...read more
Contributed on Jan 8, 2019
It was time for the word to go out to the next mission field.
The Samaritan Mission: an Exposition of Acts 8:5-25 In Acts 1:8, Jesus tells them that the Apostles would be His witnesses, first in Jerusalem, then in Judaea and Samaria, and then to the ends of the earth. This forms a basic outline to the Book of Acts itself. The church started in Jerusalem on ...read more
Contributed on Jan 5, 2019
How do we find peace in a world full of chaos?
It’s All About the LORD Psalm 29:1-11 This psalm bears the title, “A Psalm of David.” David was known as the “Sweet Psalmist of Israel.” He was also King over a unified Israel and a mighty warrior. He was an excellent shepherd and had deadly accuracy with a slingshot. Before he killed Goliath, he ...read more
Contributed on Jan 1, 2019
Why does Jesus answer Mary so?
My Hour Has not Yet Come: An Exposition of John 2:1-12. On the surface, this passage is a cute story which demonstrates the compassion Mary and Jesus had on a bridegroom and his family when they ran out of wine at a wedding feast. When it is preached this way, emphasis is placed upon Mary’s ...read more