Category Archives: Habakkuk

Testimony of God’s Trustworthiness

Habakkuk 3:17-19 The man’s hands were shaking as he talked to Chris Wallace about the economy. This was not just any man off the street. Henry Paulson has served as Secretary of Treasury in the Bush administration for the past two years and he is a veteran  the high rolling climate of Wall Street. But

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Rejoice Always

Philippians 3:4-6 Dietrich Bonhoeffer saw the overriding purpose for Paul’s writing to the Philippians as a tractate on martyrdom written by a martyr to a community of martyrs.  While this thesis cannot be wholly maintained without straining the exegesis of the text, it does contain some truth.  Joy and rejoicing occur 14 times in this

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Journey From Here To Eternity

Romans 8:30b Subject: God’s Plan for Sharing Introduction: Dr. George Sweeting, chancellor emeritus, Moody Bible Institute, states, “On July 20, 1969, astronauts Armstrong and Aldrin walked on the surface of the moon.  Commander Neil Armstrong uttered the now famous words, ‘One small step for man-one giant leap for mankind.’  But as incredible as that journey

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