Used with permission In the Christian life, we usually equate blessings to faithfulness and difficulties to unfaithfulness, which is often true. God always blesses His people when they are obedient to His words, and He gives difficulties to those that are disobedient so that God can get their attention. However, there are times
Month: May 2019
Not every WW2 bomb dropped on Germany exploded. Last August, a construction, crew in the western German city of Luwigshafen, unearthed what appeared to be a large metal object. Taking no chances, they contacted authorities, who brought in a bomb disposal team. The bomb squad verified that it was a 500 KG (1100 lb.) bomb!
Used with permission When Moses encountered God in the burning bush, God told Moses that He would send him unto Pharaoh that he may bring forth the children of Israel out of Egypt. Five times Moses answered God with lame excuses that he could not perform the command of God. But God answered all Moses’
Dear fellow preacher, The (exact) phrase above is used only ONCE in the Bible, by Paul to Timothy in 4:6. However, we find the phrase “Take heed to thyself” used SEVEN times in the Bible. What’s the difference? Both ‘to’ and ‘unto’ are prepositions, however, while ‘to’ conveys a direction, ‘unto’ is more emphatic (i.e.
In early March, a devastating fire ripped through a church in West Virginia. Firefighters came and battled the blaze, but the fire was so bad that, at one point, they all had to exit the building. When the fire was over, they went through the charred wreckage and they noticed something that left them speechless.