giving thanks to the Father, who has qualified us to share in the inheritance of the saints in light. For He rescued us from the domain of darkness, and transferred us to the kingdom of His beloved Son, in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins. Colossians 1:12-14 He has done three marvelous wonderful …
Soon we will celebrate Palm Sunday, Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday. I was thinking about Palm Sunday how it sets up Good Friday and then Easter. His (Jesus) mission was to secure salvation for those who would believe. I was reading in Luke 9:51 where it says “He (Jesus) was determined to go to Jerusalem.” …
“When I look at the manger I remember the cross. Christ dying on Calvary, to save all the lost. The Bible never tells us to celebrate His birth, but to looked to the cross and remember it’s worth.” ~Joanne Ciciarelli
My favorite Christmas Hymn and one that should be sung all year around as far as I’m concerned, Is Joy To The World. Isaac Watts quotes Psalm 96:1-13, 98:1-9 in this Hymn. There is some people who think it’s about His second coming and it probably is. What is so great about this hymn is …
“Many, perhaps most, of the activities engaged in by the average church do not contribute in any way to the accomplishing of the true work of Christ on earth.“ From Tozer’s “That Incredible Christian”, 1964, page 169
If you think this verse means that whatever life brings you, its all going to be fine, because God’s going to fix everything for me in my life. You are going to be very disappointed in God’s promise in Romans 8:28.
Are we to say that God didn’t know that His Son would do His will and had to travel down the corridors of history and into the future to see that His Son did die on that cross?
The Intrepid is resolutely fearless, daunting, bold, courageous and brave.
It is God that chooses His people. He calls them by His grace!
The teacher of God’s word must teach the word consistent with God’s intended meaning and purpose.