“I waited patiently for the LORD” –
“He has put a new song in my mouth, a song of praise to our God. Many will see and fear, and (as a result) put their trust in the LORD”’ (verse 3).
“I have told the glad news of deliverance …” (verse 9) “I have not hidden your deliverance within my heart, I have spoken of your faithfulness and your salvation. I have not concealed …” (verse 10).
The faith David had in the reality of God’s involvement in his life and in the ultimate future was evident to those around him. – he sets us a meaningful example, let us be able to say, “I have not hidden your deliverance …”.
We read in Matthew 24 the message and warnings of Jesus to his disciples that
“the gospel of the kingdom will be proclaimed throughout the whole world as a testimony to all …” (verse 14).
The disciples had the responsibility to start on this work, but Jesus warns,
“many will come in my name … and they will lead many astray” (verse 15).
And so it happened – and is still happening.
Let us be faithful to the original message of salvation – and an essential part of making sure we possess the real spirit of faithfulness is to read the Bible every day. – and be faithful to what we read. This means being faithful to the true, the original, message – and – equally important – the spirit in which we must live our lives, the character (of Christ) others will see in us. Then we can, with all our heart, say with David,
“I have not hidden your deliverance …”.
– The Christadelphian Today’s thought January 22
- Truth Has Many Competitors (birdchirp.wordpress.com)
Truth has many competitors. Each presents its case; each tries for its audience; each has its reasons and attractions. Part of our calling as Christians is to explore the competition, to sift truth from error, to discover, and to understand. Jesus warns us not to displace truth with an imposter.
- The Bible Is Not A Book Of Moral Stories, It’s The Story Of God’s Redeeming Love (garyware.me)
the Bible is not just a collection of stories with morals for life application; the Bible is the story of God’s grace in redemption through Jesus Christ. There is a soul-endangering consequence in virtue-based Bible study material, centered on life principles or character qualities, and ripped away from the central focus of the Bible– Jesus Christ.
- To Him that Overcometh (theeyesoffaith.wordpress.com)
the Spirit of God through David declared that the entire Bible was actually given by God for the sole purpose of directing men to Christ and His coming.
- LISTEN: Breaking Prophecy News; The Final Victory, Part 1 (The Prophet Daniel’s Report #512 with Daniel Whyte III) (blackchristiannews.com)
Looking at world events through the lens of the Word of God, let’s look at some headlines from today’s news that point to the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ.
- “Lo, I Am With You” (Post #2,020) (ourdailybread101.wordpress.com)
Lo, I Am With You
- A Christian Response to the Charlie Hebdo Attacks (holyspiritactivism.wordpress.com)
When Jesus said “Love your enemies”, He didn’t add “except terrorists”. On the contrary, it was probably them He had in mind. Charismatic activist Bob Ekblad has written an excellent piece on how Christians should respond to the horrible terrorist attack against Charlie Hebdo in Paris, which I quote a large portion of below. I have nothing to add except a little cartoon about Jesus’ amazing enemy love.
- Keep Your Love Alive…And the Gospel Will Be Preached (christianity201.wordpress.com)
Yesterday I visited with you about false prophets. Do not get me wrong, many preachers on the radio and TV are good God fearing Bible teaching men; just be aware of the ones that are not. Johnny, are you judging them. No, but the Bible says to test them by the word. Do this and see for yourself.
- George W. Bush?on The Alex Jones Show (blushingbush.com)
George Bush Bloopers
- Bijbelvorser or Biblescholar 2012-2014 in review (bijbelvorser.wordpress.com)
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