Meeting Every Need
November 1, 2013
When our Lord Jesus came to earth, He gathered to Himself a little group of twelve unique disciples. Explore how the blessed Lord met the individual longings of these disciples’ hearts and lives.
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James & John: Sons of ThunderNovember 1, 2013
Gary McBride gives us a sketch of the "Boanerges brothers", James and John, and leaves us with some practical biblical exhortations.
Andrew: The BringerNovember 1, 2013
"We are all missionaries....Wherever we go, we either bring people nearer to Christ, or we repel them from Christ." -Eric Liddell, in his biography
Judas Iscariot: One Among the TwelveNovember 1, 2013
Sam Thorpe, in a comprehensive article, points out the remarkable distinctives of this tragic member of the Twelve. He raises a warning about mere profession.
Levi, AKA MatthewNovember 1, 2013
Discussing the man from the tax office, John Scarsbrook’s very insightful writing discusses the unique perspectives provided in the Gospel by Matthew.
Simon Peter: A follower of the Lord Jesus ChristNovember 1, 2013
Rex Trogdon suggests that a clear grasp of the more than 20 interactions between Peter and the Lord will help us see the lessons learned in his two epistles.
Two ThomasesNovember 1, 2013
Steve Anderson shows there is a world of difference between doubtful skepticism and the careful assessment of facts that are the hallmark of Thomas’ reasoned faith.
Transformed PassionNovember 1, 2013
Keith Keyser reminds us that zeal without knowledge is a dangerous thing, but godly zeal, like the zeal of the Savior’s, is essential to a convincing faith.
Focus on PhilipNovember 1, 2013
Philip is one of the first to follow, says Hanniel Ghezzi, and a handful of conversations between him and the Lord provide insights into his heart for God.
Records IncompleteNovember 1, 2013
On earth, at least. Flawless records, right down to giving “one of these little ones only a cup of cold water in the name of a disciple,” are kept above.