Mounting Up as Eagles

The eagle described in Isaiah 40:31 is a very important illustration. The eagle makes its nest in inaccessible places. It dwells in the cliffs (2). Proverbs 30:19 states that his way is in the air. It flies without effort and soars without exerting any energy at all. The eagle is...

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Walls of Doctrine

The simplest and yet most profound principle in the Bible is the doctrine of free volition. It is said that no king who rules over a country is as important as the person who rules over his own spirit. “He that is slow to anger is better than the mighty;...

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Learn of Him

The Apostle Paul knew he was nothing in himself, but by the grace of God he knew he had something great to offer people. “Although I am less than the least of all of God’s people, this grace was given me; to preach to the Gentiles the unsearchable riches of...

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Think With Me

“For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith the Lord” (Isaiah 55:8). How can we have God’s mind in each decision that we make during the day? It is so important that the foundation or motivation for our decisions is pure. “A good tree...

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Characterized by Hope

Paul writes in Romans 8:24a, “For we are saved by hope,” meaning we have been saved into a realm of absolute confidence of a certain glorious destiny (2). It is this very hope that characterizes the household of God that is made up of all who have trusted Christ as...

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A Better Way

The Bible is against criticism whenever it conflicts with eternal viewpoint. You may say, “But it is constructive, and everyone needs to be criticized.” Consider for a moment a better way. This principle involves the application of positive communication, and creative teaching rather than constructive criticism. This method works well...

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The Caring Hand of God

The person who does not know of God’s hand in his life will worry and strive over life’s situations. He will worry about how situations will work out. Often, he will feel uncared for. We must stop and ponder on the things that God has prepared for us. Psalm 68:19a...

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Decreasing More and More

Everyday a battle rages between two forces-the wicked and the righteous: natural viewpoint and God’s viewpoint; works and grace; and light and darkness. They come against each other with amazing force through thoughts, projections, confessions, works and doctrine. Through these battles, God builds in our lives something that will last...

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