A Rule for Success

A Rule for Success

Moses, who had led the children of Israel out of Egypt and through 40 years of wanderings in the wilderness, had died in the land of Moab (Deut. 34:5). It was time for a new leader to take charge and lead them into conquering the land that God had promised them. ...
Preaching to a King

Preaching to a King

Ever considered what it would be like to preach to a king? Some have preached to presidents. Some church historians believe Abraham Lincoln heard several gospel sermons. Brother B. C. Goodpasture preached with President Lyndon Johnson in the audience, and a preacher...
Getting Even with Life

Getting Even with Life

Life is not fair. Bad things happen to good people and good things happen to bad people. Everyone gets frustrated at times and cries out, “I don’t deserve this!” The pain can seem unbearable. The anger can be overwhelming. Our sense of justice urges us to set things...
Renew Wrap Up: ‘Things No Man Can Destroy’

Renew Wrap Up: ‘Things No Man Can Destroy’

“Things No Man Can Destroy” was the continuing theme of Tennessee Bible College’s annual Renew Lectureship. Trent Nivens of Livingston was among the many who attended Renew in late February who appreciated the numerous lessons. He particularly enjoyed a lecture by...
Things No Man Can Change

Things No Man Can Change

God declared very clearly to the people of Malachi’s day: “For I am the Lord, I change not” (Mal. 3:6). There is no shadow from His turning (James 1:17). Neither God nor the things of God can man/woman change no matter how hard he/she may try. It is nothing short of...