Tares in the Church

Matthew 13:24:30 In the parable of the tares we have a revelation of the kingdom of Heaven in the field of the world, “Go your ways: behold, I send you forth as lambs among wolves.”(Mt.10:3). Christ’s own interpretation is clear and simple. The kingdom represents the dispensation of the grace of God. According to (Jh.1:17)…

Go God’s way

Mathew 7:13,23 There are only two religions in the world, that which comes from the heart of man, and that which has come out of the heart of God. The one is only an imagination, the other is a revelation, let us look at (Gen.11:4) “And they said, Go to, let us build us a…

Promises that comes from God

Deuteronomy 30:1,12 To forsake God is to forsake the fountain of living water, and to choose the broken cisterns of unfailing disappointment. Let us note (Jer. 13:16), “Give glory to the LORD your God, before he cause darkness, and before your feet stumble upon the dark mountains, and, while ye look for light, he turn…

Drink from the water of God

Psalms 78:15 Let us look at these peoples need, “In the wilderness.” (v.15). The wilderness, like this present world, is the place of trial and troubles. Many fail here, saying, “Can God furnace a table in the wilderness ? ” (v.19). In the wilderrness the Israelites were dependent on God for everything, so while in…

Jesus can make us straight

Luke 13:10,16 What is the definition of freedom? We may say, the unrestrained use of all the powers which God hath given us. Jesus stated in (Jh.14:14),” If ye shall ask any thing in my name, I will do it.” Before all the powers that God hath given us can be used for Him the…

Who is your master?

Matthew 23:8,13 May I say as long as you give the Devil his own way he never will be a bad master. Let us keep in mind (II.Cor.11:14,15), “And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light. Therefore it is no great thing if his ministers also be transformed as the…

Mercy Comes From God

I. Timothy 1:16 Of all people the apostle Paul needed to have obtain mercy. According to Paul’s own confession, he was the “chief of sinners” (v.15). Paul was a ringleader among the enemies of Christ. He was the chief of sinners. Nothing but mercy could meet his need. God’s mercy is both free and rich,…

Let us not grieve God’s Spirit

Ephesians 4::30 It is very possible to grieve the Holy Spirit of God, why, because He is a gracious, loving, and tender God. “And he said, Hear ye now, O house of David; Is it a small thing for you to weary men, but will ye weary my God also?” (Isa.7:13). All the attributes of…

Will you go the way of Cain?

Jude 1:11 We know and understand that the mercy and grace of God does not run in the blood, so the way of Cain is spoken of as opposed to the way of God. The broad and the narrow way may be seen as the way of Cain or the way of Christ, (Isa.44:8) tell…

Jesus in us

Galatians 2:18,21 The apostle Paul had two clear revelations of Jesus Christ. While on the way to Damascus Jesus was revealed to him. This revelation revealed the enmity of his heart and converted him to God. Then he writes to the Galatians that “It pleased God to reveal His Son in me” (Gal.1:16). This second…