Monthly Archives: February 2017

Romans

Romans 8:31

February 19 – February 25, 2017 “What shall we then say to these things? If God be for us, who can be against us?” Romans 8:31

A bottomless, boundless, endless ocean!

QH-February 18, 2017     By Anne Dutton’s Letters on Spiritual Subjects   God’s love is… everlasting, free, sovereign, inseparable, great, and unchangeable! The happy objects of His love can never, never be separated from it! Neither… death nor life, heights nor depths, things present nor things to come, shall ever be able to separate…

Whosoever Will

CH-February 16, 2017     By Henry M. Morris, Ph.D., Evidence for Creation   “And the Spirit and the bride say, Come. And let him that heareth say, Come. And let him that is athirst come. And whosoever will, let him take the water of life freely” (Revelation 22:17). One could not imagine a more clearcut…

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Fleeing from Temptation

February 27, 2017 Joseph found himself in dire straits. His own brothers had sold him into slavery, whereupon he was immediately carted off to Egypt to work for his new employer, Potiphar. He may have felt alone in a new culture and a new land where he didn’t know anyone, but he was not forgotten….

Perfect Peace and Rest

CH-February 15, 2017     The psalmist had seen “great and severe troubles” (Ps. 71:20). Yet hovering in the back of his mind was the thought that God would “revive” him again. The literal meaning of this phrase is “bring him to life again.” He elaborated: “[You shall] bring me up again from the depths…

Divine Guidance

MTLB-Feb.15-Feb.24, 2017     By A.W. Pink   There are few subjects, bearing upon the practical side of the Christian life, that believers are more exercised about than that they may be “led of the Lord” in all their ways; yet when some important decision has to be made, they are often at a stand…

A Look at Philippians Chapter 4 – The Strength of Christ

CH-Feb.14-Feb.28, 2017     By Douglas Pettman (From: Truth for Today, UK, Program on Premier Christian Radio)   Music students, in particular, like to study the works of past classical composers. While there are different forms of composition, some works commence with a theme in the music. Over the course of the composition, the music…

The Variety of Creation

CH-February 14, 2017     Have you ever stopped to consider the amazing features God placed in the animals He created? Job did, and one of the most interesting he wrote about is the ostrich. Despite its apparent lack of good sense and its eccentric parenting skills, its offspring survive (39:13-16). And despite its membership…

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Blind Belief

February 13, 2017 Recently at a junior high student ministry where I volunteer, we played a game in which we divided into teams of three. Each team was given an objective: to reach a certain location in the room. One person was blindfolded while the other two stood on either side giving directions for how…

Abraham Lincoln’s Faith in God

CH-February 13, 2017     By Jim Eckman   I just finished reading Ronald C. White, Jr.’s recently published and masterful biography of Abraham Lincoln.  White focuses on the decision-making processes of Lincoln and on a detailed analysis of Lincoln’s speeches—both his rhetoric and his oratory.  It was a delight to read.  What impressed me…