Monthly Archives: June 2011

Making Family Worship Enjoyable

There’s a great blog post out now dealing with the issue of family worship. You can read it here. Of note in the post is this quote in regards to the tone of family worship: “There is a reason kids … Continue reading

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1 Kings 22, 2 Chronicles 18: You Can’t Hide From the One Who Sees All Things

At the end of his reign, Ahab, king of Israel, goes up to fight alongside Jehoshaphat, king of Judah, against Syria, and though God promises a victory for them, he also promises that Ahab will be killed in battle. In … Continue reading

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1 Kings 20-21: Anyone Can Repent

Here is a reminder from 1 Kings 21 of how truly great the mercy of God is: 25 (There was none who sold himself to do what was evil in the sight of the Lord like Ahab, whom Jezebel his … Continue reading

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1 Kings 17-19: The Whispers of God

Elijah’s life was filled with massive displays of God’s power. In 1 Kings 17:1, when Elijah first arrives on the scene, he predicts a devastating drought, and God moves to make it happen. In verses 14-16, Elijah tells the widow … Continue reading

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1 Kings 15:25-16:34, 2 Chronicles 17: The Teacher King

I love when, after having read the Bible through several times, God reveals something that you have never seen before. I pray that this continues when several times becomes hundreds. If you’re reading along with me, and you’re keeping score, … Continue reading

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Spurgeon On the Power of New life in Christ

I have seen with my own eyes such marvelous changes of moral character that I despair of none. I could, if it were fitting, point out those who were once unchaste women who are now pure as the driven snow, … Continue reading

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1 Kings 15:1-24, 2 Chronicles 13-16: Numbers Don’t Mean Anything

This is not a post about church growth, though I’m sure that it can be applied in that way. This post is about war and what men put their trust in. 2 Chronicles 13 and 14 recount two different battles … Continue reading

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