The following articles are related to the topic of ANGEL OF JEHOVAH
The book of Hebrews is a marvelous treatise revealing the superiority of Christ and his New Covenant system over that of the preparatory Mosaic regime. The first chapter presents some fascinating portraits of the Lord Jesus.
Why did Jesus appear only to his disciples following his resurrection? Would not an appearance to the Jewish or Roman authorities have been more effective?
Does this key phrase from Revelation 1:1 mean that John’s prophecies would all be fulfilled within a short time span?
Acts 10:33 throws a floodlight upon the religious convictions and noble character of Cornelius, the obedient Gentile.
This question explores the possiblity of whether Nathan prophesied about the possible sin of Christ.
Does God speak to people directly today? Some claim that He does, and they validate their actions by appealing to alleged messages from Him. Is there any evidence for this theory? Are the Scriptures sufficient as the means for knowing God’s will? Read this article.
Testimonies regarding alleged “supernatural” occurrences in folks’ lives are as frequent as they are fabulous. But are they to be given credibility, simply because someones says, “I experienced a miracle”? How does one measure the so-called “miraculous” events?
Jerusalem has been called the city of ten thousand memories. This article reflects upon J.W. McGarvey’s visit to that city more than a century ago.
The Bible promises a wide array of blessings upon those who have the patience to “wait upon” the Lord. Consideration of this theme will pay rich dividends.
Is has been said that at the marriage feast in Cana of Galilee, Mary made a request of Jesus, and that he obeyed. This is supposed to show that she is worthy of praise and worship due to the influence she exercises over her Son. What are the facts?
This editorial discusses the new abortion pill, RU-486.
Why does the title “lord” appear in two formats in the Old Testament, i.e., LORD and Lord?
Does God work in our lives today?
What is acceptable worship? This article is the first in a two-part series.
In addition to being the Son of God, Jesus of Nazareth had a human family. A consideration of family details is a thrilling and rewarding investigation.
Does God grant pardon to the “alien sinner” by means of prayer? Some suggest that the case of Cornelius (Acts 10) supplies an affirmative answer. This week’s question explores this issue.
The conversion of Cornelius in Acts 10 contains valuable lessons for today.