Tag Archives: God’s word

Who Has the Words of Eternal Life?

Jesus had been teaching, healing, and feeding the people. His fame had spread all over Galilee, and tremendous crowds were following Him. But many were following for the wrong reasons; they wanted to make Him a political king, because He … Continue reading

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About Negative Teaching

“Then the LORD stretched out His hand and touched my mouth, and the LORD said to me, ‘Behold, I have put My words in your mouth. See, I have appointed you this day over the nations and over the kingdoms, … Continue reading

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Rebuking Satan — Zechariah 1-3

Today’s reading takes us to the book of Zechariah. He was contemporary with Haggai and a relative contemporary of Malachi (within the early post-exilic era). Zechariah is filled with what is known as apocalyptic language. That doesn’t mean that it’s … Continue reading

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Obadiah and Jonah

Because both Obadiah and Jonah are pretty short books, I’m combining them into one reading for today. Brief as these books are, however, they both have plenty of important teachings for us. And so to prevent this posting from turning … Continue reading

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Behold your God — Isaiah 38-40

Oh, boy! Today we get into one of my favorite sections of Isaiah. There’s enough here to dwell on for pages and pages — but I’ll spare you my gushes! Let’s get down to the text… Hezekiah’s illness — chapters … Continue reading

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