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(Please read Acts 6:5; 9:1-30; 11:19-30; 12:25-13:4; 14:25-15:41; 18:22, 23) Syrian Antioch is said to have been the third largest city in the Roman empire. It was a thriving centre of commerce and culture, noted alas for the licentious behaviour ...


Revival Under Veteran Priest And Boy King

(Please read 2 Kin. 11:1-12:21; 2 Chron. 22:1-24:27) Crisis Joash was the sole survivor of a brutal family massacre. This foul crime was the work of his grandmother, Athalia, described in Scripture as "that wicked woman". Such an outright condemnation ...


The Christian And Politics

The churches of God, who publish this magazine, have always taught that the disciple of the Lord Jesus Christ ought not to engage in politics or vote in political elections. In this article we propose to look at some of ...



The word justification is used in more than one sense in Scripture. It usually refers to God's act of grace in reckoning righteous in His sight the repentant sinner. Other meanings concern the demonstration of righteousness, usually before men. We ...



The Man Jeremiah was a member of a priestly family living in Anathoth, a town given to the priests of the tragic Ithamar family which was the subject of a divine curse delivered to Eli (1 Sam. 2:27-36; the connexion ...


The Holy Spirit And The Word

A vital part of the Holy Spirit's work is the provision for mankind of God's written revelation of Himself in the Scriptures. That it was the Spirit's work cannot be doubted, "for no prophecy ever came by the will of ...


The Night Of The Betrayal

The prominence given to the Breaking of the Bread in the New Testament is seen from the way in which the ordinance, as well as being recorded in three Gospel accounts (Matthew, Mark and Luke) was confirmed to the early ...


"This Is My Body"

In the Midianite's dream a cake of barley bread tumbled into the camp and demolished his tent; the daily food of the poor representing the sword of Gideon, a humble man who was to save Israel by a great victory. ...


Wilderness Wanderings

Israel's journey to the promised land should have been happy and triumphant. The people had at last escaped from the lash of the taskmaster's whip and the long oppression of an alien despot; with all their needs divinely supplied they ...


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