To watch is to be awake, on guard, and prepared, as seen in Revelation 16:15.
Lacking knowledge of God's ways leads to unbelief and errors in heart.
Revelation contains the beatitude stating "blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein" (Revelation 1:3b).
Will we hear the Lord's voice, or harden our hearts and turn away our ears?
We find in Matthew 2 wise men led from the east, seeking a King, and desiring to worship.
What is the house Moses was faithful in and whose is it?
From Luke 13:31-35, we observe human plotting, divine perception, universal power, Messianic purpose, and righteous punishment.
As believers, what is our ultimate profession and vocation?
We look at what Christmas is and what it isn't.
Christ is our "merciful and faithful high priest." What are the characteristics and duties of this unique office?
In Luke 4:14-22, Christ, reading from Isaiah 61:1-3, declares He is the One prophesied to preach the acceptable year of the Lord.
In Hebrews 2:14-16, we see how Christ made Himself subject to death in order to free us from its power.
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