“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
“I will be to her a wall of fire all around …” Zechariah ii.5 The Lord God is our ultimate Protector. If God doesn’t protect a nation or city, none of our high security protocols or weaponry will be of
“How do you know me?” John i.48 If a stranger should tell you a secret about yourself, you will certainly be taken aback. You might ask him, “How do you know me?” We don’t expect people to read our minds or have
“He is not God of the dead, but of the living, for all live before him.” Luke xx.38. Death is a cruel reality that separates us from our loved ones. Once someone dies, it appears as if he or she is
“Put your sword back into its place. For all who take the sword will perish by the sword.” Matthew xxvi.52 No one has ever spoken like the Lord Jesus. His teachings are revolutionary in nature. They are forever relevant today as
“He who sits in the heavens laughs” Psalm ii.4 It is not very often that we run into a verse such as this in the Bible. God laughs! Surely, this shouldn’t surprise us. He who gave us the ability to laugh should