Contributed by Tony Abram on Jan 2, 2007
1. Speak the Word of God.
2. Believe the Word of God.
I tell the students that I teach in our schools around the world to stand and repeat these words before each session.
a. Lord, give me ears to hear.
b. Lord, give me a mind to
Contributed by Jeff Strite on Dec 9, 2012
ILLUS: (I had 6 plastic see through pitchers on stage… one of which was full of water. Holding up an empty pitcher I said…) Imagine this empty pitcher represents that nation of Israel. (I began to pour water from the full pitcher into the empty one).
God poured out His will and wisdom into them.
LISTEN TO THE WORD OF GOD
I witnessed something similar to this on an airplane once. I kept hearing outbursts of laughter. The flight was turbulent and bumpy, hardly a reason for humour. But some fellow behind me was cracking up. No one else, just him.
Finally I turned to see what was so
IRENAEUS ON THE WORD OF GOD
St. Irenaeus says that the Word of God embraces the whole world, "its breadth and length, its height and depth, for through the Word of God all things are guided into order. And the Son of God is
Contributed by Sermon Central on Feb 6, 2010
POWER OF THE TRANSLATED WORD OF GOD
This is a strategy still used today, because it works and this is how it is still used today: A friend of mine, Bill, was a bible translator for Wycliff Bible Translators in some very remote mountains in Bolivia. Bill was on the second Wycliff team. The first
Contributed by Evie Megginson on Jun 19, 2004
There is tremendous power in the Word of God. This truth is illustrated in a story told by C. H. Spurgeon. Out of curiosity, an agnostic who belonged to what was known as the "Hell-fire Club" attended a service where George Whitefield was preaching. At the next meeting of the club, the young man
Contributed by Brad Bailey on Aug 2, 2004
As Jack Hayford describes,
Consider the one thing this world which you and I can touch that has "eternity" written into its fabric. It’s the Word of God. Every time I take a Bible in hand, I hold eternity, because the life-force inherent in that Word exceeds
Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Aug 8, 2011
GREEK WORDS FOR GOD'S LOVE
The Hebrew words for love are more meaningful than the Greek ones, especially two of them.
aheb, "...The intensity of the meaning ranges from God's infinite affection for his people to the carnal appetites of a lazy glutton..." (Theological Wordbook of the Old
Contributed by Mark Roper on Jun 1, 2008
The Word of God is a treasure Map
Their was a wonderful movie from 1963 “It’s a Mad Mad world” It was about a madcap cross-country rush to find buried treasure marked by the letter “W”.
It was four palm trees leaning that resemble the W. At the W the treasure was found.
We have a
Contributed by Perry Greene on Jan 10, 2012
HIDING THE WORD OF GOD
During World War II, Jewish inmates of the Yanov labor camp in occupied Poland defied their Nazi guards, secretly conducting religious services inside their darkened barracks. To observe their ritual, the Jews had cut religious scrolls into sections, bound the parchment
Voltaire was born in Paris, France in 1694. As a philosopher, historian and free thinker, he became a most influential and prolific writer during what has been called the Age of Enlightenment. He vehemently opposed the Christian faith and wrote many rather scoffing works expressing his disdain
Contributed by Sermon Central on May 28, 2012
HISTORICAL IMPACT OF THE WORD OF GOD
In every genuine revival among God’s people the revealed word of the Lord has had a large place. It was so in Josiah’s day, and in the awakening under Hezekiah. It has been so throughout the Church period. It was the recovery of the Word that brought about
"Divine Inspiration is not asserted of the authors of Scripture but of the writings themselves. But inspiration was not mechanical. The Holy Spirit did not destroy the personality and individual characteristics of the individual writers but rather so worked through the entire being of the
Contributed by Sermon Central on Feb 8, 2006
"The Word of God well understood and religiously obeyed is the shortest route to spiritual perfection. And we must not select a few favorite passages to the exclusion of others. Nothing
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 12, 2007
Gods will is revealed in the Word of God and He will never reveal anything to us that He
Contributed by Alan Perkins on Mar 28, 2001
Like a Beethoven concerto, the word of God is simple enough to be enjoyed by a child, and at the same time, deep enough to reward a lifetime of dedicated study. A three-year old can grasp the story of Jonah and the whale, and a Ph.D. in theology can spend a lifetime trying to fathom how God could
Trying to destroy or defend the Word of God is like having two men push with toothpicks on opposite sides of the Rock of Gibraltar. While one is trying to push it over with his toothpick, the other is trying to hold it up
Contributed by Sermon Central on Oct 21, 2009
THE WORD OF GOD--THE OWNER'S MANUAL
As a kid, I remember a very popular game. Simon Says. Usually played at school or parties, several of us would do whatever "Simon" told us to do, as long as it was preceded by the phrase: "Simon Says".
It seems to me that we have become a society of "Simon
Contributed by Charles Wallis on Feb 25, 2009
Is The Bible really the inspired Word of God?
Some Bible Facts…
• Contains 66 books,
• Written by 40 different authors,
• Over 1500 years,
• In 3 different languages,
• On 3 different continents,
• With no
Contributed by Gary Landsberg on Dec 16, 2006
The Word of God changes the unlovely, and makes them lovely. I had a friend in Africa who was a missionary. He was over there eking out a living and preaching the Good News to all he could. He had spent time in the State penitentiary, but was changed by the Word of God. You see, they were