Milk and Solid Food
February 1, 2004
It is hard to describe our daughter Anna’s delight as she anticipated her bedtime bottle of milk.
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Authority and SufficiencyFebruary 1, 2004
The fact that the Bible is authoritative and sufficient has many implications in our lives. We want to consider three of them.
The Water of the WordFebruary 1, 2004
What would we do without water? We depend on its usefulness daily.
Money and HoneyFebruary 1, 2004
Many people think that God’s commands just make everyone unhappy.
Fire, Hammer, and SwordFebruary 1, 2004
The three images of fire, a hammer, and a sword are used to forcibly convey to our understanding a truth that to some is comforting, but to others is terrifying! What truth?
Beholding as in a MirrorFebruary 1, 2004
The old chorus said, “God’s Word is like a…mirror ourselves to see.”
SilverFebruary 1, 2004
The Lord uses the picture of refined silver to emphasize to us the purity of His Word. This silver is not only tried in a furnace, but it is purified seven (not a random number!) times. In what way is it pure?
Good SeedFebruary 1, 2004
What a beautiful illustration of the Word of God was given to us by the Lord Jesus as He sat in the boat and began to teach the multitudes.
The Inspired WordJanuary 1, 2003
My elders and I have been discussing an important matter: To what extent is the...
The Divine Order of ScriptureFebruary 1, 2002
According to this verse, God has an eternal purpose.