Today’s thought “Nourished in the words of the faith not falling away from the faith” (November 22)

We should remember that the Holy Spirit tells us clearly that not always people shall be willing to follow the right teachings of Christ Jesus and that in the last times some in the church will turn away from Christ and become eager followers of teachers with “devil-inspired ideas”. These teachers will tell lies with… Read More Today’s thought “Nourished in the words of the faith not falling away from the faith” (November 22)

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Today’s thought “Nutritional spiritual food” (November 14)

The Divine Creator Who made man in His image provided them with ‘spiritual nutrients’ which can be absorbed most efficiently at the start of each day by taking up the Book of books, the Bible, the infallible Word of God. To stay alive we have to eat regularly and have to eat healthy food to… Read More Today’s thought “Nutritional spiritual food” (November 14)

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Today’s thought “Be astounded and perish” (November 3)

Today’s thought “Be astounded and perish” (November 3) As we proceed in reading the book of Acts we see the challenges Paul and Barnabas faced in spreading the good news about the true God and His son Jesus; we see the kind of opposition they attracted. “Brothers, sons of the family of Abraham, and those… Read More Today’s thought “Be astounded and perish” (November 3)

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Angels influencing and presenting cooperation with divine intentions

2 Kings Chapter 10 + 30 And Yahweh said unto Jehu, Because thou hast done well in executing that which is right in mine eyes, and hast done unto the house of Ahab according to all that was in mine heart, thy children of the fourth generation shall sit on the throne of Israel. ‘…a… Read More Angels influencing and presenting cooperation with divine intentions

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Today’s Thought (September 01): His grace toward me was not in vain

Today we read one of the most important chapters in the Bible – 1 Corinthians 15. Many verses jump out inviting our meditation. The one we have chosen to concentrate on is verse 10. Paul laments on his unworthiness, but then says, “But by the grace of God I am what I am, and his… Read More Today’s Thought (September 01): His grace toward me was not in vain

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Today’s thought “Elijah went up by a whirlwind” (August 28)

Our reading in 2 Kings 2 records the transfer of responsibility from Elijah to Elisha. Elisha requests, “Let a double portion of your spirit be upon me” (verse 9) and it is significant that Elisha ultimately performs twice as many miracles as Elijah. However, in doing God’s most important work and conveying God’s messages it… Read More Today’s thought “Elijah went up by a whirlwind” (August 28)

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Today’s thought “It is not a wisdom of this age” (August 22)

Today we start reading Paul’s letters to the Corinthians. The believers there had been converted from the foolish philosophies of the Greeks who believed in a spirit afterlife and in many gods of their imagination. Paul says, “The Jews demand signs and the Greeks seek wisdom, but we preach Christ crucified, a stumbling block to… Read More Today’s thought “It is not a wisdom of this age” (August 22)

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Today’s thought “They would not believe it” (August 21)

Today we finished reading the Gospel of Mark. One needs to compare all the Gospels to appreciate the events after Christ rose from the dead. Such was the sight of Christ’s death at the stake that his followers could not begin to imagine he could rise again, like Lazarus: the one who had the power… Read More Today’s thought “They would not believe it” (August 21)

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Today’s thought “It was out of envy” (August 20)

One characteristic of human nature is the capacity to be jealous, to envy others; many advertising tactics exploit this. The gospels repeatedly show that those in positions of authority were envious of the popularity Jesus enjoyed. In Mark 15 we see that it was easy for Pilate to “perceive that it was out of envy… Read More Today’s thought “It was out of envy” (August 20)

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Today’s Thought “We always pray … that our God may make you worthy” (May 20)

We always pray … that our God may make you worthy The first two chapters of Paul’s second letter to the Thessalonians have some awesome thoughts. Today, more than ever before, we live in a herd environment, a human herd. Mass advertising in a great variety of media confronts us hour after hour, this creates… Read More Today’s Thought “We always pray … that our God may make you worthy” (May 20)

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Propitiation

Written By Paul Zilmer Now and then, we come across the word “propitiation” in our reading. Or, depending on your translation, it might be “expiation”. What do these words even mean? Given where we find them, they are clearly important. The English word “propitiation” means appeasement, or an act or sacrifice that appeases. “Expiation” means… Read More Propitiation

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Thougth of today April 20: Speak no more unto Me of this matter – Deut 3: 26

Speak no more unto Me of this matter – Deut 3: 26 This was no act of caprice on God’s part but one charged with the greatest import. It was not only Moses the man who died on Pisgah, but (this being the fact of greatest importance) also Moses the Lawgiver, he who as mediator… Read More Thougth of today April 20: Speak no more unto Me of this matter – Deut 3: 26

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Today’s thought “My peace I give to you. Not as the world gives” (April 20)

“My peace I give to you. Not as the world gives” What is the peace of Jesus? The world is full of restless hearts and minds, many are looking for the next new experience – others are disturbed because their lives are out of control for one reason or another. Those who have a real… Read More Today’s thought “My peace I give to you. Not as the world gives” (April 20)

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Today’s thought “Have you also been deceived” (April 15)

“Have you also been deceived” “The Pharisees therefore answered them, Are ye also led astray?” (Joh 7:47 ASV) This was the question asked by the Pharisees of the officers sent to arrest Jesus when they returned without him. They reply, “No one ever spoke like this man!” (John 7:46,47). John, the disciple most intimately associated… Read More Today’s thought “Have you also been deceived” (April 15)

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