Each generation is responsible for its own conduct, but certainly we can influence, for good or bad, those who come after us.
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Saul, Israel’s first king, stands as a solemn warning to all who followed thereafter.
One of the intriguing issues that arises in studying the book of Hebrews has to do with the identity of that mysterious gentleman known as Melchizedek. In this week’s Q&A segment, we address two of these questions.
Obadiah is the shortest Old Testament book. This small book has, amazingly and providentially, survived more than 2500 years, and while it contains a message of judgment for an ancient neighbor of Israel, it has many relevant messages for us today.
The Scriptures do not teach, here nor elsewhere, that the Lord, in answer to prayer, supernaturally infuses His children with the Holy Spirit.
If the New Testament places upon the Christian the obligation to “give” of his means unto God, and he neglects that responsibility, he has refused to worship his Maker, at least in that respect.
Is the baptism that is alluded to in Mark 16:16 a baptism in “water,” or is it of some other sort? Study this question with us.
A “doxology” is an eruption of praise offered to deity. It glorifies God and is a commentary on the piety of the dedicated soul. Study this topic with us in this week’s Penpoints article.
Every Old Testament book, to some extent, focuses upon the coming of Christ. This is no less true of the book of Hosea.
The destruction of God’s own city, Jerusalem, is a vivid warning to you and to me — of but yet another prophecy.