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    RSS Robot got a reaction from Doc Flay in Whom Do You Know?   
    “For I know whom I have believed, and am persuaded that he is able to keep that which I have committed unto him against that day.” (2 Timothy 1:12)

    A person who thinks he is a Christi... More...View the full article
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from Pastor Scott Markle in Way of Life:Figurative Language in Bible Prophecy   
    The following is from the February 2018 edition of Understanding Bible Prophecy , available from Way of Life Literature.
    Figurative language is an important part of human communication. We use figurative speech frequently in normal conversation (e.g., “he’s as fast as lightening”; “she broke his heart,” “he twists truth like a nose of wax”; “he has stirred up a hornet’s nest”). Men write songs, poetry, and works of fiction that incorporate figurative language.
    In the Bible, figurative language is used for the same purposes as in ordinary speech and it is interpreted by the same rules, but it is used for other purposes, as... Read More View the full article
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from Doc Flay in The Name above Every Name   
    “Wherefore God also hath highly exalted him, and given him a name which is above every name.” (Philippians 2:9)

    Three primary names for God are used in the Old Testament: Elohim, More...View the full article
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from *Light* in Way of Life:Reiki   
    The following is excerpted from The Bible, Diet, and Alternative Health Care , available in print or as a free eBook from www.wayoflife.org.
    A study on alternative medicine in the January 2008 report in U.S. News & World Report focused on the rapid growth of Reiki (pronounced ray-key). The report says the number of Reiki practitioners worldwide is in the millions, with half a million in the United States and over a million in Germany.
    According to the American Hospital Association, 15% of hospitals were using Reiki in 2007.
    A report in The Washington Post for May 16, 2014, was entitled “Reiki Goes Mainstream.”
    In 2016, Newsweek magazine reported that “Reiki classes are cropping up all across the country, with courses offered everywhere from Tallahassee, Florida, to Seattle, Washington” (“The Healing Power of Reiki,” Newsweek , Feb. 28, 2016).
    The practice has been praised by Oprah and Dr. Oz.
    Lighthouse Trails observes... Read More View the full article
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from swathdiver in Way of Life:Friday Church News Notes   
    NEW STUDY DEBUNKS MYTH THAT DRINKING ALCHOL IS BENEFICIAL TO HEALTH (Friday Church News Notes, August 31, 2018, www.wayoflife.org fbns@wayoflife.org, 866-295-4143) - Selectively citing studies, the alcohol industry heavily promotes the idea that moderate drinking has health benefits, but a massive new study by the Institute for Health Metrics at the University of Washington has found that any benefits from drinking are outweighed by the harm. Dr. Max Griswold, lead researcher, says, “We have found that the combined health risks associated with alcohol increase with any amount of alcohol” (“Study shows... Read More View the full article
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from Thief on the Cross in A Gospel Testimony You Will Love to Read!   
    The gospel still works! If you ever get past the gospel, you’ve gotten past God’s Word—from the first page to the last, the Bible is about the good news of Jesus.
    One year ago, a terrified single mom stepped into Emmanuel Baptist Church, and her story of salvation and growth has encouraged me greatly. Perhaps it will encourage you too. For the most part, the paragraphs below are Sarah’s story in her own words.
    With her permission, I share it with you, and invite you to be reminded of all that Jesus has done for you!
    Sarah’s Story of Faith in Jesus Christ:
    “The cross has made you flawless—not in the eyes of men, but In the eyes of God.”
    A One-Year Celebration of Life-Change
    “One year ago today, I walked out of the strip-club and into a church building for the first time in my 27 years of life. I had committed to going, so I couldn’t disappoint Sarah, but I was also afraid of being disappointed myself.
    “Through a text, I asked Sarah what the dress code was—she said “like you’re going to a nice dinner.” Naturally, I decided pink shiny leggings, a sequin-covered hoody, and sequined boots would be a good choice. I was excited, nervous, and apprehensive. I was expecting people to say what do you do? And when they heard, kick me out or say, “Well you can’t do that anymore.” I was afraid they would find out I used to date women and considered myself a lesbian and hate me. I was afraid that I wouldn’t fit in.
    “I’m not going to detail my entire experience, because it would be way too long, but I sat in services for weeks just listening. I was expecting something mystical to happen, and then I was upset when it didn’t. Like, I’m closing my eyes during this prayer time and saying the prayer—I want a little mini-Jesus to come into my heart with a key and save me! WHY ISN’T HE DOING THAT?!”
    “Then I met with Derrick and Darci. They talked me through everything in a way that was easy to understand. I knew nothing. I basically thought the Old and New Testaments were two completely unrelated religious books that just happened to be together.
    “After I was saved, I developed a thirst for knowledge. I wanted to know everything about this Jesus who died for me and this God who would be willing to sacrifice his own child on my behalf. I wanted to be able to share this amazing gift with others, especially because I think so many people misunderstand Christianity!
    “Then I got baptized. That was scary too. I do not like standing in front of people and talking—or even having them look at me. But then I realized it wasn’t about me. And it was seriously the best experience ever!
    “A few months later I dedicated [my daughter] Amiyah to the Lord in a baby dedication, and now she attends Emmanuel Christian Academy. It’s just unreal to think about!
    From Fake Beauty to True Beauty
    “I used to think that my beauty came from my long hair, extensions, fake eyelashes, pounds of makeup, and clothing that made strangers blush. I spent hours on my appearance—from tanning, to long hours at the gym, strict diet, hair and nail appointments, etc. But guess what? Under all that I still didn’t feel beautiful. My manufactured plastic beauty led to attention, money, pride, all of which failed at filling my heart and destroyed me.
    “My relationships reflected my attitude—there was no depth or substance, everything was based on the external. I had to maintain or else I would crumble. My joy was rooted in the wrong things.
    “I learned that I had to decrease for him to increase. Think less about myself and more about Him and what He has done for me. In turn, I think of ways to please Him rather than myself—to do things not for my own personal satisfaction, but to advance the Gospel and be a vessel for Christ—joyous and radiating joy so that others may be drawn to Him!
    “It makes me sad when people think Jesus is an oppressive Lord. Jesus is a great Saviour! And life in Him is glorious and free.”
    (My Response: Sarah—If you think about it, since you’ve been saved you’ve been becoming more you than you’ve ever been before. He doesn’t take away your identity or beauty—He gives it to you. Without Him it’s all just a cover. With Him, it’s all real.)
    She continues— “Yes, I realized my whole life was haphazardly anchored to other “things ” but the knots always loosened and I floated away and lost myself. Now my everything is in Him and He will never leave me, so I can’t be lost.
    Learning of Grace and Gospel-Centered Living
    “One thing that really struck me about our class discussion and sermon recently was how a lot of people view Christianity and the Bible as negative or oppressive. They think the Bible is all about what they “can’t do”, rather than what God has done.
    “Let me just be real for a second. You want to know what was oppressive? Working in a strip club. That [stunk.] Yeah, I was free to do whatever I wanted to, which included consuming ridiculous amounts of alcohol on a daily basis, fighting, engaging in other risky behaviors. I literally did whatever I wanted, and as long as there was no vomit or blood, there were no repercussions from “authority.” I made my own rules, there was nobody to hold me accountable. I had the ultimate freedom.
    Did that make me happy? How did Solomon put it? It was all vanity and vexation of spirit? I felt like a slave.
    “Then cute little Sarah comes along, interrupts my margarita date at Chili’s, and invites me (and Jim) to church. I was so excited that someone invited me! It was November and I had been watching Christmas flash mobs and wanting to go to church because I remember they went at midnight in Home Alone. So I was receptive and committed to attending.
    “After we left, my next though was Whhhhyyyy did I give this “Jesus-lady” my phone number—now I have no way out and I can’t lie to her! I didn’t want to go. I was so nervous. Like me, in church? When two nights before I was wearing a leotard and pulling someone’s weave out? So anyway, we ended up texting a few times throughout the week and I ended up going.
    “The thing I noticed first about Emmanuel was how friendly and welcoming people were—and loving. They didn’t look at me like a project, they looked at me like a person. I honestly thought they were pumping something into the air at first . (They aren’t, by the way.) I also noticed how “into it” everyone was. I grew up in a reform [Jewish] temple, and hadn’t gone since my sisters Bat Mitzvah in 2005.
    “For about a month I thought church was great and refreshing and fun—but I didn’t really get it. But I wanted to. I tried to read my dollar store Bible and got discouraged. It sounded like gibberish, and a bunch of stuff I couldn’t or wasn’t supposed to do. I didn’t like that part. But people were so patient, and eventually I got over myself and opened my heart.
    “There were so many reasons why I didn’t want to believe the Bible. I didn’t want to trust that someone knew better or more than me. Trusting is so hard. But I chose to. The pastor talked a lot about salvation. I’m not going to lie—I literally thought I would feel a Jesus coming into my heart.
    “It wasn’t that. It was a choice. I chose to believe God’s word over my own way. I believed there was something after this life, but I had no idea what it was. Derrick and Darci shared the Gospel with me, and in tears I surrendered. I [stunk] at doing life by myself. Reading the Bible is still hard, but it also makes sense now!
    “Now, I don’t view Christianity or the Bible as something restrictive or oppressive—and I don’t have to do what it says—I want to! I was a slave to sin, now I am a servant of Christ—big difference!
    “I don’t want be like “look at me, I’m so holy and so perfect and never make mistakes because I am a Christian.” I am a Christian because I’m not perfect and I make mistskes—and most importantly I can’t do it on my own!
    Just Getting Started in Following Jesus
    “Today I feel so free! Sure, I still have a ton of struggles, but I have hope. I have someone to lean on, something to look forward to. I know that this life is hard, but I have something better to look forward to.
    “I used to have no idea what happened when you died. I thought maybe some part of you goes somewhere—maybe you’re a squirrel, or a tree, or a person of a different gender/race/nationality etc. But now I know the truth. My beliefs were based on nothing. If someone asked me what I believed and why, I would have been like “uh, because I think that?!”
    “Now I have something to base my life on. Unchanging truth to anchor my heart to—God’s word. I have a Saviour to guide me, and an amazing family of believers who truly genuinely care about everyone. All my life I secretly prayed that if there was a God he would send me friends.
    There is, and He did!
    “In one of the sermons I was listening to, Pastor said “In Christ, I’m not who I was and I’m not who I will be.” It’s a lifelong journey, and I’m thankful to be enjoying mine at Emmanuel Baptist Church.”
    Post-Script (from Cary):
    Not long after her salvation, without any way to support herself and her daughter, Sarah quit her job bartending at an adult club. (Not in response to someone making her, but in response to God’s leading.) She has continued to grow in grace, hearing God’s Word in every service (three each week) and saving stacks of outlines and notes.
    Aside from the power of her story, two things most impress me about Sarah.
    The first is her depth of understanding of the gospel. As a new Christian, I think she understands the gospel more at one year than I did at twenty years! As I watch her refuse to give up, and see her truly ground her heart in the gospel, I keep seeing “She really gets it!” It’s a wonderful cause of rejoicing in my heart!
    The second is her sensitivity and obedience to God’s grace in her life. The changes in her life are dramatic, but they are not a product of external forces. Her will, her lifestyle, her heart and value system have changed, but not because of external pressure to press her into a “behavioral mold.”
    Her life has changed, and obedience has grown, by the power of the gospel and grace of God working with her heart. It has unfolded in the context of a healthy, grace-filled local church where most Christians didn’t really notice how she looked because we were more concerned about her heart.
    Sarah is a growing product of grace! In many churches she would have been rejected—if not overtly, covertly. Many people would have taken one look at her, in self-righteousness, and then had a hard time relating to her at all. I’m grateful that the EBC family is learning to graciously and truthfully love others as Jesus does, and to see them for who they are not for how they appear.
    One final note—this all started with one of the most gracious young staff couples I have ever had the privilege of knowing—Peter and Sarah Gallucci. The Galluccis are faithful, humble, godly people who serve the Lord without guile. As they ate dinner at Chili’s one night last November, they were sensitive to the leading of the Holy Spirit to venture out of their comfort zone and invite Sarah to church. One simple, unignored prompting of the Holy Spirit, one uncomfortable opportunity to speak up, one simple church tract, and a kind invitation to church—look what God has done with it. Wow!
    Who knows what story is waiting to unfold in the seat next to you, the booth across from you, or the neighbor working in the yard next door.
    Hearts are hungry. The unconditional love and grace of the gospel still radically changes lives. And the captivating love of God still flows from willing hearted witnesses!
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from swathdiver in Way of Life:The History of How Evangelism Was Corrupted Among Independent Baptists   
    Prior to the 1970s, Independent Baptist churches in general were spiritually stronger than today (though never strong enough, in our estimation), and one reason was that they were more careful about salvation.
    Consider some prominent examples:
    John R. Rice, 1940 - “To repent literally means to have a change of mind or spirit toward God and toward sin. It means to turn from your sins, earnestly, with all your heart, and trust in Jesus Christ to save you” ( What Must I Do to Be Saved? 1940).
    Baptist Bible Fellowship International, 1950 - “We believe that Repentance and Faith are solemn obligations, and also inseparable graces, wrought in our souls by the quickening Spirit of God; thereby, being deeply convicted of our guilt, danger and helplessness, and of the way of salvation by Christ, we turn to God with unfeigned contrition, confession and supplication for mercy at the same time heartily receiving the Lord Jesus Christ and openly confessing Him as our... Read More View the full article
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from Alan in What We Have Now in Christ   
    “That whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have eternal life.” (John 3:15)

    The one who is trusting Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord has many wonderful possessions that cannot be seen with our physical eyes but that are as real and permanent as if we were already in heaven. Many of these (only a few of which can be listed here) are noted by the present ten... More...View the full article
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from Pastor Scott Markle in Way of Life:Christian Drinking Is a Bell Weather Issue   
    The rapid change in attitude toward drinking among “Bible believing” Christians is a major sign of the times.
    When I was a kid growing up in a Southern Baptist church, evangelicals and Baptists in America did not drink and did not go to bars. Exceptions were rare. Schools such as Wheaton and Baylor had rules against drinking.
    By the 1960s, due to the influence of the loose, anti-separatist New Evangelical philosophy.. Read More View the full article
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from swathdiver in Way of Life:Shekinah   
    The concept of “shekinah” is from the Talmud. It is often identified with the glory of God mentioned in Scripture (Ex. 16:10; 24:16; 40:34), even by Christians, but the Hebrew term for “glory” in Scripture is “kabowd”; “shekinah” is never used.
    Shekinah appears often in the Babylonian Talmud, and it refers to a manifestation of God or the presence of God. It is likened to the flow of divine energy or the reflected light of God.
    The Talmud says, “Whenever ten are gathered for prayer, there the Shekinah rests” (Sanhedrin 39a), and, “Wheresoever they were exiled, the shekinah went with them” (Megillah 29a).
    In Kabbalah, shekinah is supposed to be the feminine aspect of God.
    Shekinah is supposed to abide in and permeate particular objects such as the Temple Mount. Many of those who pray at the western wall of the Temple Mount are trying to.. Read More View the full article
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from swathdiver in Way of Life:Isaiah’s Great Prophecy of Tyre   
    The following is excerpted from a new commentary on Isaiah , which is scheduled for publication soon in the Way of Life Commentary Series :
    1. Tyre was a great city in ancient times. She was the chief city of the far-flung Phoenician Empire. Isaiah calls Tyre “the crowning city” (Isa. 23:8). Its antiquity was of ancient days (Isa. 23:7). It was built partly on the coast and partly on a rocky island standing some distance away in the Mediterranean sea.
    2. Isaiah’s prophecy looks beyond the historical city of Tyre to Satan’s world kingdom which is motivated by covetousness and greed. Ezekiel 28:11-19 tells us that the “king of Tyre” is Satan. Babylon and Tyre represent different aspects of the satanic world system. Babylon represents the religious, idolatrous aspect, whereas Tyre represents the commercial aspect whereby men selfishly seek wealth, luxury, and comfort by any means.
    3. Isaiah describes Tyre’s extensive commercial enterprises.... Read More View the full article
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from swathdiver in Way of Life:The Partridge   
    The partridge that is mentioned in the Bible is of the pheasant family ( phasiandae ). There are two varieties in Israel today, the see-see partridge ( Ammoperdix griseopularis or Ammoperdix heyi ) and the chukar ( Alectoris chukar ). They are similar in appearance, and both are similar to the rock partridge ( Alectoris graeca ). In this study, we will focus on the chukar, which is the most beautiful of these partridges.
    We must understand that modern taxonomy is based on evolutionary thinking. The Bible says that God divided the animals and plants into “kinds” (Ge. 1:11, 12, 21, 24, 25). God built into the general kinds genetic diversity so that they can produce a wide variety of plant and animal life... Read More View the full article
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from Alan in Prepared Hearts   
    “For Ezra had prepared his heart to seek the law of the LORD, and to do it, and to teach in Israel statutes and judgments.” (Ezra 7:10)

    It does not come naturally into our hearts to seek, obey, and then teach others the words of God as found in the Scriptures. Therefore, like Ezra, we must prepare our hearts.

    The Hebrew word for “prepare” m... More...View the full article
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from Alan in The Unequal Yoke   
    “Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness?” (2 Corinthians 6:14)

    This is one of the definitive statements in Scripture on the doctrine of Christian separation. Not only should believers refrain from practicing evil teaching and error, they shou... More...View the full article
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from Alan in He That Is Spiritual   
    “But he that is spiritual judgeth all things, yet he himself is judged of no man.” (1 Corinthians 2:15)

    The word rendered “spiritual” is the Greek word pneumatikos, from which theologians have coined the term “pneumatology,” the doctrine of the Holy Spirit. Thus, a “spiritual” person is one who is not only born aga... More...View the full article
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from Pastor Scott Markle in Way of Life:Plain Clothing   
    Some independent Baptists and fundamentalists in general seem to be reacting to the worldliness of many churches by adopting a “plain clothes” style that is akin to the old Mennonite fashion. I can understand the rejection of worldliness, but I question the plain clothes position and fear for its end result. We should not establish doctrine and practice on the basis of “reactionism,” but upon solid Bible teaching.
    I know of dozens of families and churches in five states that are moving in this direction.
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from Alan in Grammy Blick - Eschatology Fiction   
    Vladimir Soloviev, 1853-1900
    I’ve been reading The End Series by Tim LaHaye and Craig Parshall, four books about the end times. It’s fiction, just as the earlier Left Behind Series, which began publication in 1995. Fictional eschatology is not a new concept. Vladimir Soloviev was writing his views before the 20th century – and referred to events in the 21st. I’m not too certain he was very far off:
    His short story of the Anti-Christ is available is a variety of formats in English translations as well as the original Russian. I would imagine it is available in other languages, too. His story of the 20th century’s wars were a bit off. Although his reasons remain fictional, at the end of the 20th, he does describe Europe:
    For Christians, the study of eschatology goes much further back. Jesus spoke often of the Kingdom of God and the book of Revelation is all about the end times. I met a young woman who said she was afraid to read it – it was too scary to even think about. I think it is too important to ignore – and I also think the Bible is the place to study it.

    I do enjoy comparing the fiction, though, to historical reality, biblical verses and the possibilities of our unknown future. I also believe Jesus was correct (as always!) when He said:

    But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only. (Matthew 24:36 KJV)

    Anything else is just as fictional as the above referenced writings. There will be signs. as Jesus said in Matthew 24, which we could recognize:

    So likewise ye, when ye shall see all these things, know that it is near, even at the doors. Verily I say unto you, This generation shall not pass, till all these things be fulfilled. (Matthew 24:33-34 KJV)

    After those signs exist, it won’t take a generation for all to be fulfilled.

    We are not, however, to sit around and wait for all of this to happen. We have specific instructions in the Bible that we should be doing from the time we acknowledge Christ as the savior God provided. We continue to do them until we are no longer here to do them. That’s God’s timing, not ours.

    Enjoy fiction, if you will – as I do, but do the serious study in the Bible.

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    RSS Robot got a reaction from Alan in That I May Know Him   
    “That I may know him, and the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his sufferings, being made conformable unto his death.” (Philippians 3:10)

    Paul deeply desired to know Christ in an intimate fashion—to experience an even deeper relationship. In our text, he lists three things that will also be known if we know Christ.

    The powe... More...View the full article
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from Alan in The Faithful Saying   
    “It is a faithful saying: For if we be dead with him, we shall also live with him: If we suffer, we shall also reign with him: if we deny him, he also will deny us: If we believe not, yet he abideth faithful: he cannot deny himself.” (2 Timothy 2:11-13)

    This saying may have been a song or other memory device that Paul recommended as a summary of doctrine. It e... More...View the full article
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from Alan in At God's Good Pleasure   
    “But our God is in the heavens: he hath done whatsoever he hath pleased.” (Psalm 115:3)

    We often raise questions about God’s actions, but He is never obligated to explain to us His reasons. It is enough to know that it pleased Him, for whatever He does is right by definition.

    For example, if someone asks why God created the universe, we must an... More...View the full article
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from swathdiver in Way of Life:Friday Church News Notes   
    MATT MAHER WORSHIPS CHRIST IN THE MASS WAFER (Friday Church News Notes, May 25, 2018, www.wayoflife.org, fbns@wayoflife.org, 866-295-4143) - Matt Maher, one of the most influential contemporary worship musicians, says in an interview that he worships Christ in the consecrated wafer of the Catholic mass. He says, “I lead a college Bible study. It’s a Catholic Church, which kind of surprises a lot of people. The joy that I really feel, as part of my ministry, is that I’ve been kind of going out more and traveling and working... Read More View the full article
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from swathdiver in Memory and the Holy Spirit   
    “But the Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you.” (John 14:26)

    John wrote his detailed discourses of Jesus (almost half of the verses in John’s gospel consist of His words) approximately 50 years after Christ spoke them, y... More...View the full article
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from swathdiver in Way of Life:Trees in Ancient Israel   
    The following is from the new book Jews in Fighter Jets: Israel Past, Present, and Future , available from Way of Life Literature in print and eBook editions.
    In ancient times, the land of Israel was heavily forested. The Bible is a clear witness to this.
    In Joshua’s day, the hills in Israel’s heartland (the tribes of Ephraim and Manasseh) were called “the wood country” because of the forests (Joshua 17:15, 18).
    Absalom was killed in the forest of Ephraim (2 Sa. 18:6, 8). Apparently it was an oak forest, because his head was caught in the branches of a “great oak” (2 Sa. 18:9).
    The Gibeonites were made hewers of wood for the tribes of Israel, which would indicate that there were plenty of trees (Joshua 9:21, 23, 27).
    There was a forest east of Bethel in Bethaven (1 Sa. 14:25).
    There was a forest in ... Read More View the full article
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from Alan in God's Sovereignty   
    “And the LORD said unto him, Who hath made man’s mouth? or who maketh the dumb, or deaf, or the seeing, or the blind? have not I the LORD?” (Exodus 4:11)

    This divine rebuke to Moses was occasioned when Moses complained of his inability to speak eloquently for God before Pharaoh. It is also a rebuke to each of us who would dare question ... More...View the full article
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    RSS Robot got a reaction from Alan in Man and His Labor   
    “Man goeth forth unto his work and to his labour until the evening.” (Psalm 104:23)

    The 104th Psalm is a beautiful psalm of creation and the Flood, supplemented by God’s providential care of His creatures in the post-Flood world. Our text makes man’s activity seem almost incidental in the grand scope of God’s activities on behalf of His whole c... More...
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