Devotional Word for Thursday, April 30, 2020 Let’s start off today with a devastating statement by the Lord Jesus. It’s found in John 5:42. Jesus is speaking with leaders of the Jewish community in Jerusalem. As He speaks with them, here is what He tells them He knows about them.
Devotional Word for Tuesday, April 28, 2020 God made us humans to rule. It’s part of God’s will for us as humans. In Genesis 1:28 this is stated explicitly in what is known as the Dominion Mandate: Here’s what it says: God blessed them; and God said to them [i.e.
Devotional Word for Monday, April 27, 2020 What do you think of the coronavirus? How did it originate and spread? What is the best way to respond to it? How deadly do you consider it to be? How long should this lockdown continue? How long should social distancing be practiced?
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Devotional Word for Friday, April 24, 2020 Yesterday we saw how Jesus is truly man and truly God. The theological term for that is Hypostatic Union. Two natures in one person. Each nature is complete. Each nature is distinct. And each nature remains distinct, they are not mixed together or
Devotional Word for Thursday, April 23, 2020 A basic truth of Christianity is that Jesus of Nazareth is the Word of God, the Son of God. What I’ve just stated about Jesus is referred to theologically as the hypostatic union. That can be a bit off-putting, can’t it. What it
Devotional Word for Tuesday, April 21, 2020 Today, I’d like for us to look at two passages of Scripture, one from Galatians 3 and one from Hebrews 5. Both deal with failure. Failure by Christians. Failure by people who were born again through the powerful work of the Holy Spirit,