When adversaries cause believers to fret, it is the Lord who will thunder against them, as we see from the example of the barren Hannah in 1 Samuel 2:1-10.
What is assurance, where does it come from, and why is it that believers sometimes struggle to be assured of their faith?
Gideon was made faint by his adversaries and even his supposed brethren as we see from Judges 7:23 - 8:4, but the Lord upheld his every step.
There are three elements involved in a believer's walk of faith: heart, soul, and mind.
What is the great treasure, why is it placed in earthen vessels, and what applications can be drawn from 2 Corinthians 4:7?
Conversion is like a watch with a negative and a positive face, the negative being repentance and the positive being faith.
In 2 Kings 13:14-19, Elisha was on his deathbed, but even so he was still doing the job he was given: declaring the prophecy of the Lord.
What is conversion and what are some Biblical examples of it?
God is wearied with the wicked but He is not weary in the salvation of His people.
What is regeneration, why is it necessary, and what does it affect?
The fire of God gives warmth, light, and changes everything it comes in contact with, as we see from Luke 24:13-34.
What is the internal call of the Holy Spirit, what is its result, and what are the called ones called unto?
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