Give Me Children!
April 1, 2013
Jacob had two wives, Rachel and Leah. Rachel was the wife that he really loved, but she was barren, unable to conceive.
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John 6:37 and ElectionApril 1, 2013
To many, John 6:37 may seem to give strong biblical support to the Calvinist viewpoint of unconditional election and irresistible grace. Let us to examine this passage in the light of Scripture.
John 6:37 – On the Other HandApril 1, 2013
Perhaps we could continue with the subject discussed in brother Dunlap’s helpful article.
If Any Man ThirstApril 1, 2013
We were out in the bush of Northern Ontario, picking pine cones to be sold to the Ministry of Natural Resources, who would then grow seedlings for the next year of tree planting.
Crop Failure!April 1, 2013
These words strike terror into the farmer who relies on the harvest so bills can...
Come Unto MeApril 1, 2013
Religion, irreligion, philosophy, and science are all employed by people in futile attempts to guard against an intimate encounter with the living God.
One with ChristApril 1, 2013
The apostle John uses the phrase “as He is” several times in his first letter to Christians.
Outlook!April 1, 2013
We aren’t suffering so much from a lack of knowing what to do, but from a lack of putting it into practice.
Step Out in FaithApril 1, 2013
During His earthly ministry, the Savior called to many people in many situations. He called the weary and heavy-laden, laboring through life’s toils and troubles, to find rest in Him (Mt. 11:28-30).
The Call to BattleApril 1, 2013
Pharaoh and Amalek represent two different influences: Pharaoh represents the hindrance to Israel’s deliverance from Egypt; Amalek represents the hindrance to their walk with God through the wilderness.