THE FIRST SERVANT INTRODUCED – Isaiah 41

This usage of past blessings as a pledge of future support for Israel supports the view that Isaiah 41:2 is not a reference to a future “righteous man,” but to a former one,

ABRAHAM.

PROPHECY OF THE MESSIAH – THE TRUE ISRAEL! – Isaiah 42

The apostle Matthew applied Isaiah 42 directly to Jesus Christ.

This passage can not be applied to any other person or character whatsoever.

THE GOOD CONFESSION – 1 Timothy 6

The fact that a Christian has been called of God and is equipped for service by the gift of the Holy Spirit does not eliminate the necessity for strenuous effort.

DEAR FRIENDS, THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED INTEREST, ENCOURAGEMENT, AND PRAYERS – “Grace be with you all. Amen”

The supreme majesty and glory of the ineffable God, Creator and upholder of all things, whose existence is from everlasting to everlasting – let people contemplate such as this, and all of their petty misgivings and doubts will disappear.

THE WORD OF GOD VS HUMAN TRADITIONS – Matthew 15

In the light of Christ’s word, “In vain do they worship me, teaching as their doctrines the precepts of men,” one is compelled to view innovations in Christian worship as extremely sinful and hurtful.

THE WITNESS OF THE HOLY SPIRIT – Romans 8

The Holy Spirit witnesses as to the terms of salvation; the saved person’s spirit witnesses to the fact that he has complied with the terms; and, in that instance, there are two witnesses to the man’s salvation.

THE GREAT APOSTASY

The great apostasy foretold in the New Testament must be viewed as a significant manifestation of the entity symbolized by the second beast, the beast from the Earth, an apostasy by no means limited to the papacy, but certainly inclusive of it.

CHRIST: OUR PASSOVER – 1 Corinthians 5

In 1 Corinthians 5:7, Paul affirmed that Christ is our passover; but, as in most analogies, there are points of likeness and unlikeness.

ONLY TWO WAYS TO WORSHIP GOD – John 4

Part 3 in “Worship” Blog Series

THE FOURTH COMMANDMENT –
REMEMBER THE SABBATH DAY TO KEEP IT HOLY – Exodus 20

the Bible extols and honors the glory of the workman.

THE BEST WINE SAVED FOR LAST – John 2

In the earthly life of our Lord, the wonder of Bethlehem and the angelic announcement of a Saviour born culminated in the far more wonderful event of Jesus’ death and resurrection for the salvation of mankind. The best wine came last.

THE MARVELOUS BLESSINGS OF BEING “IN CHRIST” – 2 Corinthians 5

The entire New Testament gives no other means, provides no other device, and suggests no other ceremony or action that can bring the believer INTO CHRIST.

Baptism is the only way.

CONCERNING THE ASSEMBLY OF THE LORD’S CHURCH – Hebrews 10

it is plain that the Christian assemblies on the first day of the week existed from the earliest Christian times, derived their authority from Christ and the apostles, and that it is no light thing to disregard them.

OUR SUFFERINGS IN THIS PRESENT TIME – Romans 8

Such is the darkness of the epic tragedy of mankind, lost in sin, without God, and without hope in the world, until they shall turn to the Lord Jesus Christ.

ADOPTED BY A LOVING HEAVENLY FATHER – Romans 8:15

Christians are sometimes called “bondslaves” to Christ; but here their status is compared to that of children adopted by a loving father.

A HOUSE DIVIDED AGAINST ITSELF SHALL NOT STAND – Matthew 12

The argument in these verses is simple, but profound. If Satan was really casting out Satan, a ridiculous absurdity on the face of it, then Satan’s kingdom was being destroyed.

PROFESSING THEMSELVES TO BE WISE, THEY BECAME FOOLS – Romans 1:22

Without the knowledge of God, man is but “a disease of the agglutinated dust.”