Though we may be prisoners of war in this world, we are free indeed, as we see in John 8:36.
Christ is not a brook that sometimes dries up, nor is He a spring that can be stopped up, nor is He a cistern which cannot replenish itself. Christ is a fountain ever pouring forth the water of cleansing.
Pas. Burd relates an opened understanding to the Bible text that was surely available to the early church.
The promises of God manifested through the life of Issac.
Do you ever feel like God has failed you? Like the trials never end? These are questions even the prophet Elijah struggled with. When the brook dried up, when the cruse of oil failed, and even when the widow's son died, God was still God, still good, and still going.
Who is like unto our Jehovah? Our LORD is far greater in power above all other gods, doing wonders exceeding great!
In Luke 11:1-13, the Lord teaches His disciples how, to whom, what, why, and when to pray.
We often read the phrase, "The God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob." Why are these three men singled out? In this message, we examine the God of Abraham.
Seven solid insights into Christ's test of the disciple's mettle with a small storm at sea.
Special blessings come to these God-fearing women.
God appeared to Moses in the burning bush and revealed His person, purpose, purity, and promise as we see in Exodus 3:1-14.
We examine four things: a terrifying reality, a sobering reminder, our unfailing hope, and a glorious promise, all from James 4:1-8.
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