Monthly Archives: August 2014

In search of the unknown God

When the apostle Paul visited Athens, sometime around 50AD, he found that “the city was full of idols.” (Acts 17:16) Not only was the city dominated by the massive temples of the Parthenon, but the streets were invaded by a … Continue reading

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The Pilgrims’ Guidebook: Spiritual birth

I Peter 1:22-25 Having responded to the call of God and committed ourselves to Him in trust and obedience, we find ourselves members of His Church and equally committed to our Christian brothers and sisters. This is not the result … Continue reading

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The prayer of Hezekiah

(II Kings 19:14-19) The man (II Kings 18:1-6) Hezekiah was a rarity: a good king! His father Ahaz had reigned for sixteen years, and in that time had systematically dismantled the whole religious system of God’s people. Instead of worshipping … Continue reading

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The word of God

The life-sustaining Word (Deuteronomy 8:2-4) The very existence of the universe was begun by God’s Word of command (I Peter 3:5) and continues by His decree (Hebrews 1:3). And that being so, every part of that universe is totally and … Continue reading

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The cup of God’s wrath

                                   “In the hand of the LORD is a cup                             … Continue reading

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The Pilgrims’ Guidebook: God’s eternal plan

I Peter 1:18-21 This great plan of redemption that Peter is talking about was in no sense God’s ‘Plan B’ (as if He had been taken by surprise by mankind’s rebellion). God knew that we would need a Redeemer even … Continue reading

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Seeing the glory of God

“And the glory of the LORD will be revealed,                                                               … Continue reading

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