Although the psalmist in Psalm 100:2 exhorts us to serve God in His house of prayer, this also applies to our entire walk of life, and to our serving Him wherever we are. One of our versifications of “Come before ..
Having called us to praise God, to thank Him and bless His name, the psalmist in Psalm 100:5 gives us the reason why He is worthy of our praise. He writes, “For the Lord is good, His mercy is everlasting; ..
Our singing in God’s house must be singing His praises and thanking Him for all the blessings of salvation that He gives us. The psalmist in Psalm 100:4 states, “Enter into His gates with thanksgiving, and into His courts with ..
The psalmist states in Psalm 100:3, “Know ye that the Lord he is God: it is He that hath made us, and not we our-selves; we are His people, and the sheep of His pasture.” Plainly He is not referring ..
When in Psalm 100:1, 2 the psalmist writes, “Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands. Serve the Lord with gladness, and come before His presence with singing,” there is a matter that we ought to take note ..
You are a member of an established congregation. You are called a Christian by those outside as well as by those within the church of God here below. But note the words of David wherewith he closes Psalm 15, namely, ..
If one speaks the truth in one’s heart, one will walk up-rightly and work righteousness. This one will then be living in love toward the neighbor. For love toward God al-ways produces love toward the neighbor. And if we live ..
To enter a house whose doors and windows are locked requires a key. To get an audience with a high govern-mental official demands documents of identification. And in this day of terrorism, you may even have to be searched to ..
In reading and studying Scripture one must always take careful note of the words which God uses in the passage. Scripture is His word, and we miss the message in the measure that we slide over any of the words ..
From the days of our early childhood we learned by asking questions. But the answer had to be correct or we were deceived, and instead of being instructed we were misled. The question had therefore to be asked of one ..