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Voices From The Past

The apostle asked a vital question when he said, "Shall we continue in sin, that grace may abound?" He answered his own query by saying, "May it not be." How many lives are lived in a spiritual "blackout"! The ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-aug-1983-voices-from-the-past

The Body Of This Death (1)

Paul shows in Romans chapter 7 the hopelessness, firstly, of men, in their natural state, ever hoping to obtain life through the law, and secondly, of the flesh in the believer being a fearful menace to his liberty to enjoy ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-sept-1983-the-body-of-this-death-1

Saul

"The fining pot is for silver, and the furnace for gold, And a man is tried by that whereof he boasteth." (Proverbs 27:21, R.V.M.) This statement may be seen exemplified in Saul, the king of Israel. He had evidently in ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-nov-1983-saul

Samson

Wherein lay Samson's great strength? There was no physical evidence, so far as Delilah could see, that indicated that his strength lay in the flesh. We know that the whole secret of his strength was in the fact that the ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-dec-1983-samson

Moses My Servant Is Dead [1]

I think, as I take my pen, I see a noble figure toiling up the slopes of Nebo. Behind him, in the plain below, lie the numerous tents of Israel spread out around the Tabernacle in their several camps, as ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-jan-1982-moses-my-servant-is-dead-1

Moses My Servant Is Dead [2]

Moses was granted a sight of the goodly land which lay before Joshua, his one time minister, and now the new commander. Across the Jordan lies the promised land, a land of blessing truly, but one of dangers too. There ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-feb-1982-moses-my-servant-is-dead-2

Elisha

The first miracle of Elisha may be taken as indicating the character of the ministry of this great prophet of the Lord to the ten tribes, just as the first miracle of the Lord shows that He had come as ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-mar-1982-elisha

Job [1]

Job's three friends sorely vexed him, and perhaps at their door lies the responsibility of causing Job to indict God as being the cause of his sufferings The words of Job 19 are most solemn. The indictment begins with, "Know ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-apr-1982-job-1

Job (2)

Is Job's future hope placed in man's judgement of him? Ah no! He says, "But I know that my Redeemer liveth, and that He shall stand up at the last upon the earth". He has One who will stand for ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-may-1982-job-2

Helpers

It is refreshing to read of the men who came to David; some came at an early time to the cave of Adullam and "he became captain over them" (1 Samuel 22:1, 2); others came to him later to Ziklag ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-jun-1982-helpers

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