Saturday, May 27, 2017

Inspirational Message

Paul urged the Romans in the first century AD, to become a living sacrifice by presenting their bodies holy and acceptable unto God. His message is advising us today to live in the same manner. Paul continued by letting us know that this is true and proper worship. Can Christ, our Savior, bring new life […]

The word of God let Haggai know that blessings existed for a defiled people! God continued with a Messianic promise when He spoke in verse 9: “In a little while I will once more shake all nations, and the desired of all nations will come, and I will fill this house with glory of the […]

Jochebed, Moses’ mother, evidently possessed faith in the promises of God. We find it interesting to note how her children also served God, their creator. It is difficult to trace her life’s activities, but we must agree that she was an outstanding mother and a prime example of great faith. Though she has never been […]

As Christians, we are often shaped by faithful followers of Christ in our lives. Paul reminded Timothy of the teachings he received from his mother Eunice and from his grandmother Lois to let the faith and love of Jesus Christ be his models for life. Timothy was charged by Paul to oppose false teachers. Old […]

This story begins with the power of God being made known without the help of man! When God set up plans of action for Daniel, they were never destroyed. No king such as Nebuchadnezzar or Darius could have overpowered God’s work through Daniel. At one point in the history of Babylon, Nebuchadnezzar worshipped Daniel as […]

The temporary pleasure we get with some experiences and new things cannot fill the spiritual void in all of us. Only Jesus can do that! He even told us “I have come that you may have life, and have it to the full” (John 10:10). Throughout the life of Jesus, we know of no arrogance […]

Before the break of daylight, on the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene came running and told the disciples that she had seen the Lord! What a joyful event that must have been even though it was still dark. How did Mary Magdalene react to seeing an empty tomb? As shocked as she must […]

A centurion was a Roman soldier who maintained the hardened battle weary hearts of others. As a high ranking army officer, he might have been a commander over a company of 100 men. When Jesus entered Capernaum, an army officer came up to Him and asked that his servant be healed. This story extends our […]

The book of Jeremiah contains much about his emotionally tortured life as a prophet. Through his predictions, Jeremiah pointed to the sensitivity of the Lord and the care of His people. God let Jeremiah know early in life that he was set apart for His service. Jeremiah was definitely a prophet who endured hardships to […]

She was Aaron’s wife and sister-in-law to Moses and Miriam. Comments are limited about Elisheba in the Bible, but she was probably well known to the Israelites as wife of Aaron; the high priest. She was the mother of four sons after marrying Aaron. Leviticus 10:1-2 describes the death of her first two sons. Instead […]