Luke 7:11–17 The widow’s son is raised from death by Jesus. What a wonderful miracle this is! In this great miracle, we see the love of God, the power of God and the glory of God. (1) Love – “When the Lord saw her, His heart went out to her and He said,’Don’t cry’” (Luke […]Read More The Love Of God, The Power Of God And The Glory Of God
In all the social details of the division of the land, we must not lose sight of its spiritual basis (Joshua 21:43-45). The important thing is that God, and not man, receives the glory: “Do not rebel against the Lord or against us by building an altar for yourselves, other than the altar of the […]Read More Glory To God – Not Man!
God’s love, God’s power, God’s glory – We see all of this in Jesus Christ, crucified for us, risen for us and coming for us. “The Son of God loved me and gave Himself for me” (Galatians 2:20). His love is stronger than death. Through His powerful love, He is leading us on to eternal […]Read More God’s love, God’s power, God’s glory
“I’m forever grateful to You, I’m forever grateful for the cross, I’m forever grateful to You, That You came to seek and save the lost” (Power Praise, 195). Grace, Gratitude Glory (1) The first of these words speaks of what God has done. When we gather at the Lord’s Table, we remember what the Lord […]Read More Grace, Gratitude, Glory
Jeremiah 18:1-23 This is what the Lord is doing in our lives. He is ‘the Potter’. We are no more than ‘jars of clay’ (Jeremiah 18:6; Isaiah 64:8; 2 Corinthians 4:7). Our lives are ‘marred’ by sin. It would be very easy to give up on ourselves. God hasn’t given up on us. He looks […]Read More In The Hands Of The Potter
1 Kings 7:13-8:13 We read about ‘the silver’ and ‘the gold’. We are called to choose between the life of fruitful service – ‘gold, silver, precious stones’- and the unfruitful life – ‘wood, hay, straw’(51; 1 Corinthians 3:12-15). We read of ‘the ark of the covenant of the Lord’ being ‘brought to its place, in […]Read More Do you want to experience God’s glory?
Herod ‘did not give God the glory’. He accepted the praise of the people – ‘This is the voice of a god, not of a man’. Herod’s sudden death – ‘an angel of the Lord struck him down’ – is a warning (Acts 12:22-23; Proverbs 29:1). ‘Do not be deceived; God is not mocked, for […]Read More Give all the glory to God.