For the Sake of Another - 2 Kings 8:18-19

This is a daily devotional by Pastor David Guzik. Enduring Words for Troubled Times.

Exodus 22:21-24 - Compassion for the Stranger and the Disadvantaged

While Pastor David Guzik taught through the book of Exodus he would get together with Pastor Nate Wagner, and Pastor Dave Whalley, to go deeper into aspects of the LAW and the TABERNACLE. In this video the three discuss compassion for the stranger and the disadvantaged mentioned in Exodus 22:21-24.

Does the Bible Allow Women to Work Outside the Home? LIVE Q&A for February 18, 2021

Today’s lead question was, “Does the Bible Allow Women to Work Outside the Home?” Then, questions from our live viewers on the side chat. What does it mean that Paul kept the law in Acts 21:24? Will we actually see and know our loved ones in heaven, such as our husband or wife? Can Christians eat meat with blood in it? What did Paul mean by “the doers of the law will be justified” in Romans 2:13 Is the Book of Enoch of any value? What is the abomination of desolation? Should we pay taxes to the government if it uses our money to pay for abortions? How did Noah know which animals were clean and unclean? Is David a Calvinist? What advice does David have for a young pastor? Why does Jesus tell us to pray that God would not lead us into temptation? I left a profitable business deal because there were too many lies, and missed out on a lot of money. What does the Bible say to me in this situation? Ephesians 1:10 speaks of all things being brought together in Jesus Christ. Did that happen at the cross, or will it happen at the end of a future kingdom? Some quotes from Charles Spurgeon that David made general reference to: I am myself persuaded that the Calvinist alone is right upon some points, and the Arminian alone is right upon others. There is a great deal of truth in the positive side of both systems, and a great deal of error in the negative side of both systems. If I were asked, “Why is a man damned?” I should answer as an Arminian answers, “He destroys himself.” I should not dare to lay man’s ruin at the door of divine sovereignty. On the other hand, if I were asked, “Why is a man saved?” I could only give the Calvinistic answer, “He is saved through the sovereign grace of God, and not at all of himself.” (Pride Catechized and Condemned, sermon #1,271 - Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit, volume 22, page 6) When a Calvinist says that all things happen according to the predestination of God, he speaks the truth, and I am willing to be called a Calvinist; but when an Arminian says that, when a man sins, the sin is his own, and that, if he continues in sin, and perishes, his eternal damnation will lie entirely at his own door, I believe that he also speaks the truth, though I am not willing to be called an Arminian. The fact is, there is some truth in both these systems of theology. (The Way of Wisdom, sermon #2,862 - Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit, volume 49, pages 602-603) We had better far be inconsistent with ourselves than with the inspired Word. I have been called an Arminian Calvinist or a Calvinistic Arminian, and I am quite content so long as I can keep close to my Bible. (Heart Disease Curable, Sermon #1604 - Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit, volume 27 page 444)

I Can See Clearly Now - 1 John 3:2

This is a daily devotional by Pastor David Guzik. Enduring Words for Troubled Times.

A Lamp and a Light - Psalm 119:105

This is a daily devotional by Pastor David Guzik. Enduring Words for Troubled Times.

Exodus 36-40 - I AM God in Your Midst

Exodus 36-40 speaks about building the tent of meeting, building the tabernacle furniture, the making of the priestly garments, and the completion of the tabernacle.

Exodus 22:18-20 - Sorcery, Bestiality, and Idolatry

While Pastor David Guzik taught through the book of Exodus he would get together with Pastor Nate Wagner, and Pastor Dave Whalley, to go deeper into aspects of the LAW and the TABERNACLE. In this video the three discuss sorcery, bestiality, and idolatry mentioned in Exodus 22:18-20.

Getting What You Don’t Deserve - Ephesians 2:8-9

This is a daily devotional by Pastor David Guzik. Enduring Words for Troubled Times.

Enjoy the Feast, Tell the News - 2 Kings 7:9

This is a daily devotional by Pastor David Guzik. Enduring Words for Troubled Times.

Psalm 76 - The Greatness of God and Man’s Proper Response

Psalm 76 celebrates a great victory of God on behalf of His people, and those who connect it with the defeat of Sennacherib (Isaiah 37:36) attribute Psalm 76 to a later Asaph, or to someone who was the literal or spiritual descendant of the Asaph of David and Solomon’s time.

A Changed Man - Acts 2:14

This is a daily devotional by Pastor David Guzik. Enduring Words for Troubled Times.

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