Praise The Name Of Jesus

Even as the multitudes waved the palm branches and shouted for joy, they missed the true reason for Jesus’ presence. They could neither see nor understand the cross. That’s why, “as Jesus approached Jerusalem and saw the city, he wept over it” (Luke 19:41-47).

It is a tragic thing to see the Savior but not recognize Him for who He is.

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“Take A Stand — Standing In God’s Love”

In Ephesians 3, we see Paul’s deep love and interest for the Ephesians. This is the second great prayer of Paul in this epistle. The first one is Ephesians 1:15-23. In the first prayer, the emphasis is on enlightenment. In this prayer, the emphasis is on enablement.

It is interesting to note what Paul did not ask for when he prayed.

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No Excuses

Making excuses is nothing new. Some of God’s choicest servants in the Bible made excuses when God called on them to do something. One of them who made excuses when God called him was Moses.

In Exodus 3 & 4, God called Moses to go back to Egypt to deliver the Israelites.

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Today Is The Day

God has a wonderful plan for each of our lives. He has appointed the times and seasons for our lives. “To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:”(Ecclesiastes 3:1).

Far too many have allowed the day of their salvation to pass,

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Always Something To Be Thankful For

Scottish minister Alexander Whyte was known for his uplifting prayers in the pulpit. He always found something for which to be grateful. One Sunday morning the weather was so gloomy that one church member thought to himself, “Certainly the preacher won’t think of anything for which to thank the Lord on a wretched day like this.”

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Why Doesn’t Satan Just Give Up?

“Does Satan exist?” The Bible explicitly informs us of the existence of Satan. He is described as the enemy of man (Genesis 3:15), the father of lies John 8:44), and the accuser (Revelation), among other things. The very name “Satan” means “adversary.” Isaiah 14:12-17 explains that Satan was originally an angelic being,

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Gideon is a faithful man mentioned in Judges 6-8; Hebrews 11. His life reveals many lessons that show us how to submit to God’s will and purpose.

God calls Gideon to deliver Israel from the hands of their enemies. Through the power of God, He mightily used Gideon to remind the Israelites that it is God alone who can save them from troubles and pain.

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Fear & Faith

2 Kings 6:14-17
[14] Therefore sent he thither horses, and chariots, and a great host: and they came by night, and compassed the city about.
[15] And when the servant of the man of God was risen early, and gone forth, behold, an host compassed the city both with horses and chariots.

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“All In”

Following his arrest in Jerusalem, Paul had the opportunity to defend himself before the Roman governor Festus. Festus solicited King Agrippa’s help (Ac 25:12-27).

Paul first told of his old life but he then told of the Lord’s appearance to him and how he had since been obedient “ALL IN” (totally committed) to God and to declare the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

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Spiritual Vision

Jesus is on His way to Jerusalem. He is headed to His death at Calvary. As He moves in that direction, He is surrounded by people who are blind to Who He is, though He tried to tell them and show them many times.

Though they can see the world around them, 

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