Scripture reading Acts 2:41“Then they that gladly received his word were baptized: and the same day there were added unto them about three thousand souls.” In December 1977, Anna and I had been married a little over seven months. Anna suddenly began to get sick every time we ate. When we couldn’t figure out what […]
The Bible is filled with fascinating characters. From Exodus to Deuteronomy, Moses and Aaron are prominent figures. They have interaction with many different personalities. Let us learn some lessons from these people. Let us examine these lessons.
Often we read stories of great men of God in the Bible and wonder if we can ever be used of God in the way they were used. The truth is, they were men, just like you and me. They faced the same battles that all men face. We can learn some valuable lessons from
Last time we were able to see four major lessons from the lives two Bible Giants, namely Jacob and Joseph. Today there are four other lessons that we can also learn from their lives. Let’s quickly review our first four points: God Knows Who You Are God Doesn’t Need Your Help God Has Not Forgotten
From Genesis 25-50, we are introduced two primary figures – Jacob and Joseph. These men lived very colorful lives. From their lives, we can learn several important lessons. Let’s look at them and what their lives teach us.
There are many times in the Bible where God instructs us to remember His Word and we should strive to do so. Today, I want to give you just seven verses that I think if you apply will be a great help to you.
The year is 2013, and people who call themselves Christians are involved in just about every activity you can possibly imagine. Several years ago, there was a woman who lived in another Nevada county, who was running for county sheriff. She was a prostitute and very proud of her profession. She also claimed to be
Today, it seems that everyone, whether saved or unsaved, wants to be accepted for what they are doing in their lives. Tolerance is the new big thing to do and if you aren’t then you are the intolerant one. Fortunately, God gives us some instructions of what we are and are not to tolerate. I
Mick Jagger and Keith Richards wrote a song in 1965, that became very popular by the Rolling Stones, called “I Can’t Get No Satisfaction.” It’s not only bad English but it is a bad life when one lives to satisfy the flesh. When true satisfaction can only come with surrender to the God who created