The Lost Art of Worship

Worship has several different meanings. The first one to consider is that of concentration. One of the greatest truths in the Bible is to concentrate on the Word of God in specifics. Psalm 138:2b says, “For thou hast magnified thy Word above all thy name.” Worship, secondly, is when a...

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Next Stop, Glorification

God’s eternal ambition is to turn curses into blessings. In Numbers 13, Moses is told by God to send spies to spy out the promised land. They brought back several bad reports about the land and its people, and they were fearful that they could not take the land. However,...

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Keep Sowing

Throughout the Old Testament, we notice that one always reaps what he sows (2). “Blessed are ye that sow beside all waters” (Isaiah 32:20a). This is one of the most vital principles found in the Scriptures. It is easy to stop sowing the precious seed of Christ’s life. Sowing is...

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Divine Creativity

Divine creativity is not sentimental; it does not restrain communication when necessary. It utilizes all the spiritual rooms of the soul, and is motivated by love in the operation of grace to speak wisdom at the right time, in the right place, with the right words. It is sensitive-defining when...

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True Fellowship

“And when James, Cephas, and John, who seemed to be pillars, perceived the grace that was given unto me, they gave to me and Barnabas the right hands of fellowship; that we should go unto the heathen, and they unto the circumcision” (Galatians 2:9). The word for “fellowship” in the...

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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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Manifold Grace of God

The “manifold” grace of God refers to the many diverse operations and provisions of God’s grace, united and working together on our behalf under one combined heading. All effort on God’s behalf to communicate and initiate to humanity falls under the caption of “His grace.” Grace defined is the unmerited,...

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The Right Viewpoint

Our viewpoint is reflected by how we react in situations we are placed in.There are two points of view – natural, and supernatural. The scientific mentality of men denies the latter. Natural viewpoint needs sight to support it; it requires logical interpretations of miracles, healings, etc. Those who think with...

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