I was touched the first time I heard a message preached in youth group about Mephibosheth. It’s humbling to think that King David took in a man with a handicap and provided for him to eat at the king’s table. Continue reading “Mephibosheth”
Before youread what follows, I encourage you to read 2 Kings 17.
The northern kingdom of Israel had been taken captive by Assyria. Many Israelites were uprooted and dispersed to other places (2 Kings 17:1-6). The explanation as to why God let it happen is found in 2 Kings 17:7-23. Continue reading “Why Freedom of Religion is a Bad Idea”
Have you ever wondered why the children of Israel wandered in the wilderness for 40 years after leaving Egypt? The trip could have taken only a few days.
The problem was unbelief. Continue reading “Unbelievers Named”
I’ve heard our pastor preach more than once on the life of Lot. Each time he mentioned Lot had four daughters. But Genesis 19 only refers to two daughters. Continue reading “How Many Daughters?”
Jude intended to write a glowing letter about the wonderful salvation believers have in common. Instead, he responded to what he saw as a serious threat–deceivers. The true faith was in danger.
What was his solution? Continue reading “Truth Endangered”