I was again considering Psalm 19, so, I want you to take a minute to read these words carefully and prayerfully: Advertisements
In his article entitled, “Many Christians Make These 2 Serious Mistakes in Worship,” Dr. F. Dean Hackett discusses something that has concerned me for many years. In our times of worship, are we actually aware of the songs we are singing?
Today is Thanksgiving, and normally I avoid sending a message that is motivated by the holiday. But you know, giving thanks is what our faith is all about. It is indeed the foundation of our faith. In fact, I will … Continue reading
For those who have joined the forces of Yahweh’s Kingdom; surrendered yourself to the Lordship of Jesus, Yeshua the Christ, I want you to be encouraged and assured that you are now fully His, forgiven and set free from your … Continue reading
You, my friend, have been invited into a special relationship. Paul wrote: “God faithfully keeps his promises. He called you into fellowship with his Son Yeshua Christ our Lord” (I Corinthians 1:9). Now, the mere thought of it happening is overwhelming … Continue reading
Ever since I was a little person, I knew that you ended a prayer with “Amen!” But why? What does it mean? Well, I was later told that it meant, “Yes, so be it!” And that made sense to me. … Continue reading
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Yesterday I began to examine what we refer to as the Doxology of the Lord’s Prayer. It is the perfect ending of our model prayer. We also saw that it doesn’t appear in every version of translation we read, simply … Continue reading