2 Kings 6:1-7
Have you ever tried to do what is right and despite all your good-hearted efforts you encountered misfortune? That's what we see in this story of the lost axehead.
You will not be disappointed in 55 minutes of eye-riveting insight to the Amazing Secrets of Gog and Magog. With a careful investigation of Ezekiel's cryptic sayings, you discover that the prophet predicts a Battle that turns into a Holy War against the God of Chritians and the Jews.
One of the most difficult tasks in life is to maintain a peaceful repose. At times it takes all the faith and perseverance we can muster to prevent worry and anxiety from dominating our lives.
2 Timothy 1:7-7
I must tell you that fear is not inherently bad. For example, fears can be divided into three broad categories.
Modern agriculture no longer employs the clumsy and harsh use of hand-held plows. But that's the instrument Christians seem to use as they harrow through life with its struggles. Why must God's people plow?
There are three ways that Christians should commit to spiritual watchfulness. Christians must watch over their soul; They must lovingly watch over the souls of fellow Believers; and they should watch over the souls of unsaved men.
God not only calls Christians to abase their bodies through fasting; He shows the reward of fasting.
Champions are found throughout the pages of Scripture. God always had heros to establish His purposes. In the Old Testament Prophets, judges, warriors, kings and statesmen championed God's causes.