Every Believer overcomes obstacles and wins battles. But Paul does not call us conquerors individually, but collectively.
Jesus is sitting near the treasury closely observing those who cast in coins. He sees both the rich and poor as they bring their offerings.
Jesus expects His disciples to continue His work after His Ascension. But God does not give them this task without supplying the necessary power to do it.
Money is important to us, for we earn it “by the sweat of our brow” (Gen. 3:19). Jesus spoke on this topic more than any other.
Throughout Jesus’ ministry, people ask Him questions. His answers always cause people to think more deeply regarding their spiritual condition. By pondering the same questions they ask Him, we can gain spiritual insight.
Mysterious allegorical verses concerning blood are found throughout the New Testament. These phrases include Jesus “washing us from our sins in His own blood” (Rev. 1:5), the saints “washing their robes and making them white in the Blood of the Lamb” (Rev. 7:14), and Jesus returning “clothed with a vesture dipped in blood” (Rev. 19:13).
God is never seen as being reconciled to man. God has no needs. The enmity exists in the hearts of those who need to be reconciled to Him.
You have a right to possess things, but you have no right to let them possess you.
Without a vision for your marriage, wedlock can become a deadlock.
God has called all of us to lead something. We must either blaze a trail, or trail behind the blazers. We are to focus clearly and speak distinctly.