Search me, O God

Vol. 25 No. 3 | Mar-Apr 2015

In this Issue:

  • We can’t rest in the Nest: An eagle training its young to fly strikingly illustrates how God leads us to spiritual maturity.
  • Return of the Prodigal Brother: A modern allegory from an old parable.
  • Queen Jeanne D’Albret: The Indomitable Huguenot Queen.
  • What does the Bible say about the Judgement?: Behold, I come quickly: and My reward is with Me, to give every man according as his work shall be.” Revelation 22:12
  • The Hour of his Judgment: A prophecy from the book of Daniel gives us the starting date of the judgment.
  • Without a Wedding Garment: A disrespectful wedding guest arrives in his every-day clothes.

  • Lessons from the Salen Witch Trials: Unlike the failed justice in these famous 17th century trials, there is no imperfect justice with God.
  • Search the Word – Christ Our Intercesor and Advocate: “Wherefore in all things it behooved Him to be made like unto His brethren, that He might be a merciful and faithful High Priest…to make reconciliation for the sins of the people.” Hebrews 2:17
  • On the Outside Looking in: Finding healing from a dysfunctional childhood.
  • These Times: Three Minutes to Midnight.
  • The Confessions of Miss Clancy: Would God require an elderly woman to live on ninety cents a week?
  • Water: Nature’s perfect beverage.
  • Life Lines: Mangos for Diabetics.
  • Search me, O God: Pray this prayer sincerely and often, and you will never be afraid of the Judgement.


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