Choose to Obey Him

The desire of God’s heart is that all men might come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ and that none would perish (2). “He that winneth souls is wise,” because he knows the desire of God’s heart, and manifests His character to the lost in Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, and...

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Eternal Value System

The Word of God richly resident in the believer (2), coupled with the filling and controlling of the Holy Spirit (3), produces an eternal value system of his life. This means, by faith, we begin to “look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are...

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Objection Overruled

The natural man deems it objectionable that God would justify the ungodly (1) who simply believe in Christ (2). Often, we as believers in Christ, who have had His light sine into our hearts, begin to subtly object to the glory of that grace and to lean on our own...

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Let Your Words Be Few

We must let our words on earth, about every subject, be very, very few! Let us carefully examine the biblical view of how to properly evaluate situations. II Corinthians 3:5, according to the Kenneth Wuest translation, reads “And not that we are sufficient in ourselves to evaluate anything…” This principle...

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His Eternal Plan

God has a purpose for our lives. It is designed only to bless. He wants to promote us in His Kingdom as we get to know Him through situations. He has a perfect provision for everything we go through. In Psalm 138:8, God promises “to perfect that which concerns me…”...

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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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