If, today, those who obey God are purchased by Jesus’ blood (Acts 20:28), then God only buys those whose character is not for sale!
In this season of thanksgiving dear Christian, remember in Christ we should be humbly thankful.
Truly, if every day is truly a day of Thanksgiving for us, then we are of all people, most grateful, but if we allow one day to go by without giving thanks, then we are truly ungrateful.
The soul is purified by the Spirit of God, but it is purified in “obedience” to the truth (1 Peter 1:22).
“spent over 55 years serving the life role she cherished as a homemaker and wife of a Gospel preacher”
Have you ever wondered how Jews look at this passage today? How can they read Isaiah 53 and not see Jesus?
Having overcome sin and death, He became High Priest going before God in our behalf. Can you fully understand the enormity?
When we begin to realize that the very air that we breathe is a blessing from above, we will be more inclined to be thankful.
It comes down to one word. If that word is true, then the Bible ought to matter more than all else in life.
The Christian life is a race. This thought comes from Hebrews 12:1-2.
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