“Where is my honour? … Where is the respect due to me?” Malachi i.6 The people of Israel thought they had done everything they could to honour God. After their return from Babylonian exile, they built a temple, appointed priests and
“I have loved you,” says the Lord. Malachi i.2 Failure to recognise God’s love towards us is one of our cardinal sins. This fundamental flaw leads us to question God’s love. Once we have lost sight of God’s love for
“Then let those in Judea flee to the mountains!” Matthew xxiv.16 God rescued Noah and his family from the flood He sent to destroy the whole world. In answer to Abraham’s prayers, God rescued Lot before raining fire and brimstone
“You will be repaid at the resurrection of the just.” Luke xiv.14 Jesus assured his disciples about the glorious life they would enjoy beyond the grave. He affirmed the Pharisaic belief in resurrection. In fact He claimed to be the resurrection
“Exhort one another every day, as long as it is called ‘today,’ that none of you may be hardened by the deceitfulness of sin.” Hebrews iii.13 Christian life is not a solitary pilgrimage where each Christian should be mindful of just his
“Let us therefore strive to enter that rest …” Hebrews iv.11 Israel’s exodus and sojourn through a desert to the Promised Land was probably the most powerful analogy God created in human history to teach us valuable lessons about salvation.
“Many nations will join themselves to the Lord on that day and become My people.” Zechariah ii.11 The God of the Bible is no respector of persons. He does not show partiality. He loves people of all nations and desires