Verse of the Day

1 John 4:11-12Beloved, if God so loved us, we also ought to love one another. No one has seen God at any time; if we love one another, God abides in us, and His love is perfected in us.

The Spirit of Pharaoh Lives Today


God gave a direct command on nine occasions to Pharaoh of Egypt saying, "Let my people go that they may serve me" (see Exodus 5:1 — 10:4). After each command, Pharaoh would harden his heart and not obey God's command. The pride of Pharaoh precluded him from making the wise choice of following God's commands. Said spirit prevails in today's society. Go...
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The Lord Delivers Us From Evil Men


There is nothing like trials to drive us to our knees in prayer. And no prayers are as earnest and meaningful as those brought out by distress. The candid outpouring of the heart in this psalm of prayer is almost palpable. The darts of the evil one were being hurled at David by the basketful. I O LORD my God, in Thee I have taken refuge; Save me fr...
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God's Everlasting Covenant


The first appearance of the word covenant is found at Genesis 6:18. God speaks to Noah saying, "But I will establish my covenant with thee; and thou shalt come into the ark, thou, and thy sons, and thy wife, and thy sons' wives with thee." A covenant is an agreement between two or more people that has the force of law. What law or agreement would G...
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"The Glory of Jehovah"

Ezekiel 1:28 Ezekiel chapter one begins with a vision the prophet sees as the heavens are opened. Ezekiel has this vision four times within the book of Ezekiel. Chapter 3:22ff describes Ezekiel communicating with God and again the prophet sees the glory of God as he did in chapter one. The purpose of the vision in chapter 3 was to reveal to Judah t...
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My Attitude toward Lost Souls

  Should I Rejoice? When Babylon destroyed Judah by the power of God, they were "glad" and "rejoiced' because they considered Judah getting their just reward for their sin (cf. Jeremiah 50:7). Due to their lack of mercy toward human souls and an inability to see their own sin, God showed them no mercy (Jeremiah 50:11-13). How do we respond to those lo...
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