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This Week's

Audio Message


Daily Manna - He Comes as the Morning


Hosea 6:1 Come, and let us return unto the Lord: for He hath torn, and He will heal us; He hath smitten, and He will bind us up.


In New Testament terms this is called the work of the cross.


Hosea 6:2 After two days will He revive us; in the third day He will raise us up, and we shall live in His sight.   ... more

 

 

   

 


To the Saints...

 
January 12, 2014

All Christians are not alike. Beliefs vary. Some are babes, some children, some young men, and some are fathers (I John 2:13-14). Religious tradition is enough for some Christians, while others have an insatiable hunger for more of God. Some are on fire for God and some are lukewarm; others are somewhere in between. Those who are satisfied being religious are many; those who have a desire to really walk with God are few. Some are content just being saved; others are continually reaching for more of God.  
 
Blessings,
henry


 

Man blowing a trumpet

The TrumpetApril 2014

 

Hear It Again

For this message we’re going to Peter’s second epistle. We are going to look at two portions of Scripture, one in the first chapter of II Peter and the other the first chapter of the Book of Revelation. I planned to only take about two verses of I Peter, but after looking at it and we may have to cover a little more than two verses.


One difficult thing for Christians to do is really to have a spiritual understanding of the Word and to really love it.  ...more



IS

“Is” is a present tense verb. If it referred to the past, it would be “was” and not “is.” If it referred to the future, it would be “will be” or “shall be” and not “is.” I remember in my math classes in school the word “is” was very important when working a word problem in math. The word “is” was where the equal’s mark would go. “Is” is always present tense, never past or future.


Hebrews 11:1 Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.  ...more

 
 


 

 


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