God Reserves the Right Not to Answer All Our Questions

After Christ rose from the dead, he made it a point to answer many of the disciples' questions to help them understand the scriptures, the Lord himself, and their place in God's plans moving forward. Despite the fact the Lord Jesus was willing to satisfy much of their curiosity, they still had to accept the... Continue Reading →

Scripture Is An Excellent Tool for Reasoning

Sharing the gospel is not only a labor of love, but it is also many times a labor of patience that requires a lengthy amount of time to convey the facts surrounding it. We see this play out in Acts 17:1-9 where Paul and Silas taught in Thessalonica. Paul took three sabbath days in a... Continue Reading →

Holy Spirit-centered

Toward the end of 1 Thessalonians 5, Paul unleashes what seems to be a string of last minute random statements. Although his statements can be quoted (and often are) as stand-alone phrases, they are all linked together. I'm speaking especially of verses 16-23, which read as follows: 16 Rejoice evermore. 17 Pray without ceasing. 18 In every thing... Continue Reading →

A pure and holy fire burning continually

In the minutest details of the tabernacle of the Old Testament, Jehovah gave spiritual revelations about himself and about his church that foretold of the nature of the New Testament. The opening verses of Leviticus 24 present God's intended nature of the church symbolized in the physical lamps and the golden candlestick with seven branches... Continue Reading →

Defamation from our enemies will bring them shame

Defaming the true saints of God has always been en vogue by the world. Whether that defamation comes in the form of bearing false witness against us, slander, or libel, wherever we turn these days, it is becoming more common and acceptable to knowingly lie and spread lies about God, the Bible, and his people.... Continue Reading →

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