Set on destructive courses by unreliable sources

King David may have been a fierce warrior, but he also had a soft, compassionate side. In 1 Chronicles 19:1-2, he showed his compassionate side when he felt genuine concern for Hanun the Ammonite who had just become king after his father, King Nahash, died. Nahash and David were on good terms because of their... Continue Reading →

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Tongues and minds powered by prayer

As we have seen in the times we live in now, navigating this life can be like walking through a field of land mines. Make the wrong step or say the wrong thing and a situation can explode. On the other hand, sometimes it may be necessary to make a move even if an explosion... Continue Reading →

More churches build a wall of security

The book of Nehemiah is an energetic, attention-grabbing story of how the people of God banded together in the midst of stiff opposition and violent rhetoric from enemies who lived in close proximity to them with some of their enemies being involved in government. As the godly Jews were rebuilding Jerusalem's wall as a testimony... Continue Reading →

Don’t say I didn’t warn you: prophetic words of love

As the Lord Jesus drew his ministry on Earth to a close with anticipation of his brutal death, burial, and resurrection, he shared as many important prophecies as he could with his disciples. Why? He discloses the answers as to why in the opening verses of John 16. The context of the chapter is Christ... Continue Reading →

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