Pleasing Faith

Pleasing Faith

Pleasing to whom? The Apostle Paul asked, “Do I seek to please man or serve Christ? (Gal. 1:10). It is a powerful question indeed. It is a very important question because without proper faith, one cannot be pleasing to God (Heb. 11:6). Impossible faith is a faith...
Meeting a Mate and Marrying

Meeting a Mate and Marrying

There are many concerns that Christian parents have about their children.  Their physical health and well-being is paramount (I Tim. 5:8).  Their mental and social developments are very important (Luke 2:52).  But the spiritual well-being of the children should be of...
Longsuffering

Longsuffering

Longsuffering is defined as: “having or showing patience in spite of troubles, esp. those caused by other people” (New Oxford American Dictionary). In his explanation of the words that are translated “longsuffering” in the Scriptures, W. E. Vine lists as synonyms...

One

J. M. McCaleb wrote, “Of one the Lord has made the race; Thro’ one has come the fall.” The number “one” appears numerous times in both the Old and New Testaments. As in the line in this great song, “The Gospel is for All,” the word often has great significance....

Three Laws Broken in Daniel

A health regulation (Dan.1). The king of Babylon ordered Daniel and his companions to eat choice foods and to drink wine for their physical health (v.5). This was not a simple request. It was a legal requirement because the word of a king was the law (Ecc. 8:4). But...

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