Join me today as we continue our voyage through some of the themes found in the Book of Proverbs. We’ll be moving around, so get your Bibles and follow along.
Today’s teaching is from the 139th division of the book of Psalms, where we find the reassuring truth that unlike others, God loves us even though He knows all about us.
The question God asked Moses in Exodus chapter 4 is the same question He is asking us today. It was designed to make Him and us realize that God has already given us the tools He will use to get the job done- the job that is, which he has commissioned us to do. From our archived messages vault, here’s Dr. B. Sam Hart.
"My word is my bond" used to be a popular saying, but to many in today's culture commitment is a dirty word. That subject is examined in today's teaching with Dr. Tony Hart as he begins looking at the wisdom found in the book of Proverbs.
In today’s culture making a commitment doesn’t mean what it used to. “My word is my bond” is not a statement you hear very much anymore, but today’s teaching from Proverbs chapter six reminds us that promises are binding.
If you’ve never heard of Religiously Transmitted Diseases, you won’t want to miss today’s message from Revelation chapter 3 about the church at Laodicea.
In life there are numerous things that are doing their job even though we might not realize it. In today’s teaching with Dr. Tony Hart from Acts chapter 23, we find that despite what we may or may not see around us, God is always at work.
In John 17 Jesus prayed for the unity of believers. But sadly, the Body of Christ remains divided in many ways. We invite you to join us today for this important message about unity, division and relationships. We’re in Acts chapter 23.
Citizenship has its privileges, especially when it comes to being a citizen of heaven. And in today’s teaching, that message is loud and clear. Open your bibles to Acts chapter 22 and join us.
Today we have a special message for all the moms and women out there who are making a difference in the lives of others. The Bible exhorts us to give honor to whom it is due. To all the moms, mentors, caregivers and women who are making a difference, this one is especially for you. And you men can listen in too!
As we await the return of Christ, there are a number of things we must do and learn. In the context of Jesus’ promised coming, today’s text deals with our understanding and acceptance of the authority under which we are to operate. It’s a challenging message but an important one.
If he says He’ll be there, He’ll be there. He’s thorough. He’s trustworthy. You can count on Him to keep His word. If he says He’ll do something, you can consider it done. And in today’s teaching from 1 Thessalonians chapter 5 we are reminded of God’s faithfulness to His word and to His children.
As we labor for the Lord we are to do so with an attitude of gratefulness, and a heart filled with hope- hope that our labor will not be in vain. That’s the promise from God’s Word and the teaching from today’s message.
As we look forward to the soon return of the Lord, we find comfort in that promised return. Today’s teaching from Thessalonians chapter five if filled with hope and assurance.
Hope and despair are at opposite ends of our emotional spectrum, and in today’s message the psalmist takes us on his personal journey. It’s a lesson we all need to learn and the 88th division of the book of Psalms points the way.