Let the Bible Speak - TV Recording 255 Special Speaker: Rev John Woods. Bible reading: John 11 : 14 - 28. Subject: Faith in the Lord Jesus. Hymns: My Faith Looks up to Thee & Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus.
Today we're taking a closer look at the twenty-ninth chapter of the Book of Ezekiel.
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Nathan is a Dayspring Bible College Graduate and an InGrace supported missionary to the Philippines. He will be bringing an update from their work in the Philippines and preaching a message on learning to trust God titled, "Come and Hear."
How do you know if you, or anyone else, is a true Christian? Paul warns us that there are many false ideas about Christianity, and so identifies for us the marks of the circumcision—those things which invariably attend a regenerate heart, found in the life of a man or woman alive in Christ. Here he gives us three things: true worship, true joy, and true confidence, all in marked contrast to the external and carnal forms of those who might imagine themselves religious but who do not know God in Christ. These are the marks of the circumcision, the indicators that we belong to Christ and are part of the new covenant community of believers.
Live Courageously Daniel 6:1-23 The world isn't always content to leave Christians alone. If they can't persuade us to join them in what they're doing, they will try to keep us from practicing our faith.Why would this matter to the world? Our actions shine the light of Christ and expose their darkness. When Daniel faced a similar experience, he wasn't intimidated Knowing the
consequences of doing so, he continued to worship God and pray.
Corrupt government officials oppose and persecute the prophet Daniel. As a result, he is thrown into the lions' den. Daniel in the Lions' Den, is one of the most well-known stories in all the Bible. Although Daniel was at least 80 years old at the time of this event, he continued to serve faithfully during the reigns of Darius, who ruled over Babylon, and Cyrus, who ruled over the empire .If we truly trust the LORD, He will deliver us through the trials of life. No matter what opposition or persecution we may face, the LORD will give us the strength to overcome—all because we trust Him. The LORD's power will carry us through any and all trials.
Abraham is the father of all them that believe (Romans 4:11). The faith of God's people looks to the promised seed, concerning our redemption. We are justified by Christ, not our faith. The faith of God's people is a gift (Ephesians 2:8). Faith is a fruit of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22). It's Christ that justifies us. By faith we understand and believe what Christ has done for us, who were chosen of God unto this salvation.