Contributed on Jan 13, 2019
Methuselah has become the biblical symbol of longevity. His life was long but thin as a string. The two Q's of life are important, quantity and quality. A certain quantity of years is important in order for a person to develop quality.
6 April 2016 Title: Aging—the World’s Oldest Man (Genesis 5:1-32) Who would you identify as the first senior adult? The Scripture text will give you a clue. You may have had the question when playing Trivial Pursuit, "Who is the oldest person in the Bible?" Now you know where I am ...read more
Contributed on Aug 17, 2019
The Old and New Testaments contain many references to demons and to Satan. If you believe in God, believe in Satan. If you believe in Angels, believe in demons. If you believe in Heaven, believe in Hell.
Tom Lowe 6/25/19 If You Believe In Angels, Believe In Demons. Introduction The Old and New Testaments contain many references to demons and to Satan. If you believe in God, believe in Satan. If you believe in Angels, believe in demons. If you believe in Heaven, believe in Hell. This ...read more
Contributed on Oct 11, 2019
The Corinthians were divided over the question of whether it was permissible to eat meat that had been previously offered to an idol. Paul agreed with those who thought it was permissible, since idols were nothing as far as having any real power.
Christian Freedom and the Weak Brother - Part 1 (series: Lessons on 1 Corinthians) January 10, 2013 Lessons on First Corinthians By: Tom Lowe Lesson 7.2: Christian Freedom and the Weak Brother Scripture: 1 Corinthians 8.7-13 1 Cor 8.7-13 (KJV) 7 Howbeit there is not in every man that ...read more
Contributed on Dec 7, 2019
He could save no one by His life; it is His sacrificial death that saves.
Tom Lowe 12/5/19 Why Did God Forsake Him? Why Did God Forsake Him? It took me quite a while to become comfortable with my answer to that question. It is the title of today’s sermon. And when we are done, I hope you will say along with me, “I am glad he turned his back on ...read more
Contributed on Dec 24, 2020
It was common, especially among the Jews, for individuals to attempt to cast out evil spirits. If we resist the devil by faith in Christ, he will flee from us; but if we think we can resist him by using Christ's name, or His deeds, as a spell or charm, Satan will prevail against us.
This July 31, 2015 Commentary on the Acts of the Apostles By: Tom Lowe Topic #IV: The Church Advancing to the End of the Earth (Acts 13-28) Subtopic D: The Third Missionary Journey (18:23-21:14) Sub-subtopic 3: Paul in Ephesus (19:1-41) ...read more