Finally, the Messiah returns to His own, back to Jewish territory. But He wouldn't be there long before the religious were back in His face again.
What sad state. The long awaited Messiah had come for His own, and, yet, they rejected Him, in preference for their...read >>
These are some of the most frightening verses in the Scripture.
Yet should they be? Does our Lord mean to threaten, or to love, to warn, to redeem, to protect? If ignorantly headed down the pathway to hell, wouldn't you wan to know? He certainly wants us to...read >>
Greater works than Jesus? Can you imagine? Why is this such a hard pill to swallow?
Let's take a second look at this passage, prayerfully pursuing He who said, "you will find Me when you seek Me with all of your heart."read >>
Isaiah saw what we must see. The effect of what he saw? "Woe is me for I am a man of sin..." Humility, an awareness of his sin, and, therefore, repentance: a turning to the Lord of mercy and grace... in other words: SALVATION!
So what was it that Isaiah saw? What...read >>
Think of a place where your friends are... folks that love, accept, appreciate, and enjoy you. Got it? Great.
Now think of a place where you aren't honored at all... a place where you are misunderstood, where folks think you are about something or some cause, when,...read >>