"The conviction deepens in me with the years that the old truths of the Bible must be stated and restated in the plainest possible language." D. L. Moody The Ten Commandments are the only words that God wrote to man with His own hand. In fact, He wrote them out twice, and even spoke them aloud in the hearing of Israel. D. L. Moody was one of the most effective evangelists of the nineteenth century. With no official ordination and little formal education, Moody recognized the importance of making Christian doctrine simple and understandable by the common man. Thus, he set about writing inexpensive Christian books that would reach lost souls. In The Ten Commandments, Moody devotes a separate chapter to each commandment, with a concluding summary. His fervent belief was that the commandments are still God's measure of obedience today. But they are more than a measuring stick; they are a signpost pointing fallen mankind toward the only One who was able to keep God's law. Moody's teachings are still relevant to this day. His words still resonate just as they did in his large evangelical meetings where thousands of converts fell to their knees. He reminds us that Jesus came not to abolish the law but to fulfill it, and to become righteousness for all who believe.
Now days, most of the time when the Sabbath theme is brought up, people are being accused of legalism (meaning to put the law above the gospel by establishing requirements for salvation). Some people claim that the Sabbath was done away with at the cross by Yahshua, others claim that it was changed into Sunday. Some even say that we need to keep the Sabbath in order to be saved. Who is right and who is wrong? How can we solve this issue? In this study, we will focus on the first part on the biblical view of the Sabbath in which we’ll look at what the entirety of the Scripture has to say about it. Then we’ll study the historical view the Sabbath by looking at what the primitive Christians did and what the Reformers thought on this issue. And finally we’ll analyze the cryptographic view of this mysterious day by searching for hidden meanings and symbolism of it.
This special edition presents the complete story of Moses and his struggle to free the Israelites from the tyranny of the Pharoah. Includes: "Oppression of Egypt," "Early Life of Moses," "God Calls Moses," "The Plagues," "Exodus," "The Commandments," and "The Tabernacle". A classic you will enjoy and treasure.
Radio messages from J. Vernon McGee delighted and enthralled listeners for years with simple, straightforward language and clear understanding of the Scripture. Now enjoy his personable, yet scholarly, style in a 60-volume set of commentaries that takes you from Genesis to Revelation with new understanding and insight. Each volume includes introductory sections, detailed outlines and a thorough, paragraph-by-paragraph discussion of the text. A great choice for pastors - and even better choice for the average Bible reader and student! Very affordable in a size that can go anywhere, it's available as a complete 60-volume series, in Old Testament or New Testament sets, or individually.
Readings From Exodus thru Deuteronomy contains the memory verses, power points, and scripture selections for 26 lessons from those 4 books, and includes such stories as Moses in Egypt, the Burning Bush, the Ten Commandments, Wanderings in the Wilderness for 40 Years, and the arrival at the Promised Land after 40 years.
For sometime now, I've been watching the media, and Christian ministries, posting sermons and videos about the rapture, with back and forth arguments for and against the Pre-Tribulation Rapture scenario. So which interpretation is the correct one? Let's study the word to find out!
All of creation obeys our Heavenly Father. He says to the mountains "RISE" and they do it. He says to the seas "GATHER TOGETHER IN THIS PLACE AND GO NO FURTHER" and they do it. He says to the stars "MAKE THIS FORMATION" and they obey. He says to man "KEEP THE SEVENTH DAY SABBATH HOLY" and we say, "no, we'll keep the day we choose!" Does that bother anyone? It should! Satan hates the Bible Sabbath day, Why? Because all true love relationships are built on time, and if he can destroy the day that God set apart for His people to spend quality time with their Creator, then satan can destroy the relationship. Praise The Lord & His Glory For Ever And Ever! (Isa. 66:23)
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