Covenant Keeping God
REF: JOSHUA 21:43-45; 23:14
Today we delve into the key theme for this month - the Covenant. In the last three Sundays we saw the promises of God on how He was to bring us out from the Egyptian’s burdens, how He promised to redeem us and how He will be our God as we become His people. Finally then we run through the topic ‘the covenant keeping God’ derived from Joshua 21:43-45 and Joshua 23:14.
I will take you for my people, I will be your God
Leviticus 26: 12 – 13
It is very interesting that chapter 26 of the book of Leviticus begins with a warning against idols. Clearly Israel had issues with idols and it is not for the people of Israel alone but we struggle with idols even beyond this century, a principle and a warning that permeates both testaments.
The Transforming Grace
It is true that There is a lot of confusion these days about what it really means to be born again. We all need to be clear about what constitutes true conversion. We need to know it for ourselves, so that we are sure about our own conversion.
Prayer Overcomes Powers and Principalities
Today in continuation with the monthly theme “When Men Pray”, we are again privileged to meet and encounter the most explicit account of what actually happens in the spiritual realm in so far as spiritual warfare is concerned.
The Power of a Prayerful Man
Daniel was one of three leaders directly under Cyrus, he outshined the other two because he had an excellent spirit and this was the beginning of his problem that led to his death sentence through the hungry lions.
It is also interesting that this event happened to be the door of their release from the Babylonian exile which lasted 70 years.