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Threats to Take You Out

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I’m not sure who said, “The more things change the more they stay the same.” But that couldn’t be more true when it comes to the enemy’s strategy to take you out. The setting in 2 Kings 18 is the reign of King Hezekiah on the throne of David in Jerusalem. A good king. A […]

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Everything Going Great, Until…

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Everything was going great, until… The anointing of Solomon to succeed his father on Israel’s throne was a miracle of grace to begin with. The expected and correct choice would have been David’s eldest surviving son, Adonijah. That’s what Adonijah thought also. But God had other plans and chose Solomon to reign on the throne […]

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His Eye On His Word To You

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What do you see, Jeremiah? That was the first question God asked the prophet on the day Jeremiah was inaugurated into his prophetic ministry. It is the same question God frequently asked His prophets right before they received a “word” from the Lord. Dr. Rickie Moore, Old Testament Professor at Lee University, says that the […]

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Racism in Any Color

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The apostle Peter was on a preaching tour of new Christian churches, likely sent out by his peers at headquarters in Jerusalem. He had landed, for a period of time, in the church planted in the Gentile city of Antioch, in Asia Minor. What he couldn’t have known was that, about that time, Paul was […]