Tag Archives: God’s Sovereignty

Opportunities For God To Show His Power [Exodus Pt. 9]

Exodus is fertile soil for dealing with the subject of trusting God through difficulties! Whether it is through Moses and the People of Israel, or Pharaoh and the Egyptians, we can all learn a significant lesson about our own hearts … Continue reading

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The Ministry of the Holy Spirit

Breakfast and Bible Study this morning centered around the ministry of the Holy Spirit. The basis for the lesson was the second of two papers that I have to write as I work toward my Masters of Divinity at The … Continue reading

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By Him, Through Him, For Him [Colossians Pt. 5]

Who’s in charge around here? Sometimes it seems like the bad guys are winning. But, as the old hymn reminds us, “This is my Father’s world, O let me never forget, that tho’ the wrong seems oft so strong, God … Continue reading

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Salvation is of the Lord [Jonah, Pt.5]

In the end, when we have done all that we could (which is really probably less than we imagine) we must come to the same conclusion that Jonah did as he prayed from the belly of the fish, “Salvation is … Continue reading

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God is in Control [Jonah, Pt. 2]

Does God Care? Is He able to overcome evil in the world? Does He limit His intervention because He does not want to infringe on human free will? These are questions that many ask about God and His interaction with … Continue reading

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Justifying Rebellion [Jonah, Pt.1]

How would you handle it if God called you to go, walk into Mosul or Baghdad or Kabul alone, and begin to preach to them that they were wicked and would incur the judgment of Jehovah if they did not … Continue reading

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How Excellent is Your Name [Advent; Week 2]

Week two of our Advent celebration is here. In our consideration of the Coming of the Christ into the World, this week we consider that It was a part of God’s plan. This plan has been spoken of since man … Continue reading

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Covenant of Grace

What is the Covenant of Grace? We have been studying the Westminster Shorter Catechism in our Wednesday evening prayer meetings for the last few months. After understanding the scathing effects of the Fall on all of humanity. It seems that … Continue reading

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