Warfare

There were 603,550 males that guarded the children of Israel outside of the tabernacle. These warriors protected the Israelites’ rights to serve and worship. Proverbs 21:31 says, “The horse is prepared against the day of battle, but safety is of the Lord.” These days are tremendous times of warfare. Ephesians...

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Pray Continually

Job made it a practice to get up early and to sanctify his sons every morning (2). His mind was not occupied with a business deal or controlled by the monetary system. Instead, Job did what we must do. That is, when we arise each morning, we are to praise...

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Only the Blood

In the light of God’s holiness, as revealed by his Word, sin’s ugliness is manifested. But without the objective conviction of truth, sin is rationalized away.The resulting guilt subconsciously causes an aversion to the light. Phobias, obsessions, bondages, and syndromes are the inevitable consequences of an unpurged conscience. The subjective...

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Redemptive Review

Christians, at times, need to stop and be encouraged by seeing how God has changed their lives. The believer reviews his life, and watches God’s hand of goodness and policy of grace upon his life. The psalmist, in looking over his life, said in Psalm 119:65, “Thou hast dealt well...

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Obedience Brings Strength

“Go ye therefore, and teach all nations… teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you” (Matthew 28:18, 20). God asks that as we walk with Him, we tell others about Him. God has given us the responsibility and privilege of telling others the good news of our...

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Obedience Through Experience

“But the God of all grace, who hath called us unto his eternal glory by Christ Jesus, after that ye have suffered awhile, make you perfect, stablish, strengthen, settle you” (I Peter 5:10). God knows what each believer must go through to reach the humility and brokenness of maturity so...

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Neither Cold Nor Hot

Moab set out to do the work of the Lord. However, God said that he did it deceitfully. The Hebrew word for “deceitfully” is remiyah. It means “slack, slothful, or negligent.” Jeremiah 48:11 says, “He hath settled on his lees.” In other words, he allowed himself to become familiar with...

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