We can’t know the will of God, without knowing the Word of God. We can't be in the will of God, without obeying the Word of God. Satan sees our sin and accuses us. God sees our sin and chooses us. It is only grace and mercy that gives us access to God.Being religious can't erase our past or current sins. So, instead of getting religious, get right with God.
Speaker: Chris Brown
Scripture: Zechariah 1 - 7, Ephesians 10 - 18, Exodus 28:36-38, Hebrews 4:16, John 15:1-17
Even though many of us have lost our passion to do justice, God has not. To God, the presence of injustice is not a social issue, but a spiritual one. Biblical injustice occurs when those with power use it to abuse those without power. Micah calls us to act justly, love mercy and walk humbly with God.
Scripture: Micah 2:1-3, Micah 3:9-11, Micah 6:6-8, Isaiah 1:16-17, Zechariah 7:9-10
Professor Julia Blum teaches at eteacherbiblical.com out of Tel Aviv, Israel. Her profound knowledge of the Bible and Jewish history will greatly bless you this Christmas: When was the Silent Night? In Luke 2, an angel appeared to the shepherds in the fields and said to them, “ I bring you good news … great joy for all the people ”  . When did that happen? When...
Author: Eli Lyzorkin-Eyzenberg
Scripture: Luke 2:1-10, Luke 1:5-36, John 1:14-14, Zechariah 14:16-16, 1 Kings 8:1-6
The Festival of Lights For many people in the diaspora – both Jews celebrating Hanukkah and Gentiles observing this celebration – Hanukkah is all about dreidels and latkes. However, if you happen to be in Israel during Hanukkah, go to a children’s party in a kindergarten or elementary school. You would be amazed, as was I many years ago, that it is all about light and...
Author: Julia Blum
Scripture: Zechariah 2:4-6