The reason, as we saw yesterday, why David in Psalm 40:6 said, “Sacrifice and offering Thou didst not desire: Mine ears hast Thou opened,” is that the blotting out of our sins has two requirements. The everlasting punishment our sins ..
We’re going to be taking a slight detour from discussing qualifications of good teachers and the reasonings behind our current teacher shortage to talk, in a short series of posts, about something relevant for both prospective teachers and established teachers ..
Depending on what day the moon is full, at that time of the year, the church observes either in March or April the crucifixion of our Lord and Savior. That day is usually called Good Friday. Its significance, however, is ..
A truth concerning Jesus’ coming in our flesh, and con-cerning His ministry until He was crucified, that is often overlooked or brushed aside is stated prophetically in Psalm 40:7, 8, where we read, ‘Then said I, Lo, I come: in ..
From the day that man fell into sin, and God promised to send Christ as The Seed of the Woman to save us, the believers have looked and prayed that Christ would come. And although the Old Testament saints did ..
In this season when our thoughts are directed in a special way to the suffering and death of our Savior, we ought to listen to the psalmist in Psalm 106:2. There the psalmist states, “Who can utter the mighty acts ..
As the psalmist wrote in Psalm 127:1, “Except the Lord build the house, they labor in vain that build it,” so it is true that they who build a household must give God all the credit. Children are God’s gift; ..
All the houses that were built are there because God built them through men. Every city that escaped the attacks of an enemy or terrorists still stands because God kept it safe. And how true is it not that every ..
A word may be used twice for emphasis. And surely when the word “vain” is used three times in Psalm 127:1, 2, we should take careful note of it. Building a house is vain, if God is not building it ..
Dipping the sleek paddle edge into the water, I glide the kayak smoothly through the calm waters of the lake. The early morning mist rises from the water in a blanket, covering the surface in a cloud-like embrace. On the ..