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Raise Men Even From the Dead (Hebrews 11:19)

“It was not for God’s benefit that He tested Abraham”, my father explained. God knew everything and didn’t require any proof regarding Abraham’s faith in Him”.

A Glance at Jochebed (Hebrews 11:23)

Jochebed was the only woman out of all the Israelite mothers in Egypt who got to raise her own infant son. All the other Israelite infant boys were dying on every side, but Jochebed’s boy flourished under the protection of Egyptian royalty, the very people who were insisting on the death of every Israelite infant boy child. What an amazing turn of events! Jochebed not only got to raise her own child, but was handsomely paid for it as well. Have you ever heard of any mother who got paid for raising her own son? You too will see things you never heard of once you act on your faith in God, as Jochebed did.

Find Your Favorite Christian Audio Books Online

Christian Books are like extensions of the actual Bible. They’re full of stories with lots of lessons to learn as regards religion. These books may be fun to read but it can be more fun to listen to it online.

Part With Sin (Hebrews 12:1)

We are told in scripture that “…neither the immoral, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor sexual perverts, nor thieves, nor the greedy, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor robbers will inherit the kingdom of God” (1 Corinthians 6:10). The beauty of this verse is the width of the cross section of sinful things that are included in it. Chances are you have been guilty of some offense in this list at one time or another since you became a Christian. This verse is urging us to wake up. Recognize sin as such. Call it by its name and take steps to part with it. Appealing as it does to our senses, sin is a mortal enemy.

Determined to Die (Isaiah 53:7)

I believe the pain and anguish of crucifixion was simply unbearable. This was more so in the Lord’s case, where those involved felt a personal responsibility to see to it that the maximum pain, shame and anguish were inflicted upon the Lord. The fact that a way out was available the whole time in His case only made it that much more difficult to bear. But He stuck it out to the very end! It took a monumental effort on the Lord’s part to achieve that.

Is the Lord Comfortable Around You? (Luke 7:15)

My responsibility, therefore, is to always conduct myself in such a way that the Lord is always comfortable around me, that I am reasonably sure that the Lord can approve of the way I am living. If that condition is in place, there will never be any need to worry.

God Makes Relationships Harmonious (Luke 1:63)

Now, tell me this: Zechariah was all alone in the temple when the angel Gabriel told him what the child’s name would be, and by the time he left the temple, Zechariah could not speak (Luke 1:8-23). So how did Elizabeth know what the child’s name was supposed to be?

God Does Great Things Without Fanfare (Luke 2:7)

The second chapter of Luke starts off with an account of the events surrounding the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ. It is quite amazing how inconspicuously God made His entry into human history. Even when an announcement was made regarding this momentous event, it was not to the rulers and important people in the capital city, but out in the countryside, to people who would have been considered insignificant in national life; a small group of shepherds watching over their flocks by night.

A New Creation in Christ (2 Corinthians 5:17)

Once a person is “in Christ,” everything becomes new, refreshing and exciting. That is exactly what Jesus wants for us, to refresh us by making every aspect of our lives new and exciting. An important part of being “in Christ” is to go about our lives the way He has recommended. Jesus said we should love God “… with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength” and “your neighbor as yourself” (Mark 12:30-31).

Using a Bible Timeline – Five Tips to Power Up Your Bible Study Or Teaching

Bible stories aren’t isolated events happening “somewhere in time.” Nor are they separate from the world. They are all interconnected under God’s direction all coming together today in a grand finale. Use these five steps to add power and excitement to your Bible lessons.

Humility and Blessing (Isaiah 53:2)

On that trip to Jerusalem in His last week of life, when the Lord did enter Jerusalem in a procession, would it not have been appropriate to enter in one, long procession of horse drawn carriages, or at least on horse back? But the Lord chose to ride on a donkey.

The Land of Nod – Where Was it and What Was Going on There?

The Land of Nod was on the East of the Garden of Eden. The East is the Hebrew qidmah (kid-maw’) and it is often it is a Biblical symbol for wisdom. It can mean the Wisdom of God or it can mean the wisdom of natural man or fallen principalities (the devil and his cohorts). It is no accident that Cain went looking for Eden and camped just as close to it as he could get. He is going to try, by that ancient wisdom of the East but which is not of God, to regain that which he has lost. He will build his own world. He will give it his own philosophy. It will be his own kingdom and he will rule it his own way. He will carve his own epitaph before he dies: I Did It My Way!

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