When we read God’s Word, we ask, What can I learn about Jesus, about believing in Him and living for Him?
Spirit of the Lord will rest on Him... ” (Isaiah 11:2) - This is about
Jesus.It’s about Peter on the Day of Pentecost. It’s about us.
understanding, counsel, knowledge” - All of these suggest something we
know with our minds. Strength speaks to us about acting on what we know.
do all these blessings come from? - They come from “the Spirit of the
Lord.” Everything that God gives to us is summed up in this: “the Spirit
of the Lord.”
Life in the spirit includes both “the fear of the
Lord” and trust in the Lord. Life in the Spirit includes both divine
revelation and human response.There’s a vital connection between what we
say and what we do and what we are. There will be powerful and
effective preaching when what we say is backed up by what we do and what
Genesis 1:1-2:3 Before the creation, there is the Creator. * He is the chief focus of attention in the Bible’s first chapter. Wherever ...
Two quite different responses to theological liberalism are represented in the theologies of Karl Barth and Paul Tillich. In his protes...
Genesis 16:1-16 We move from salvation and the assurance of salvation to Satan and the activity of Satan. Sarai came with temptation - &...
Genesis 20:1-18 We do not see Abraham in a good light here. There is, in this incident, a reminder of the deceitfulness of the human hea...