What a fascinating contrast - the care shown a faithful man in extreme poverty by recovering a borrowed axe and the power of God to stop an army from raiding Israel through one measly prophet. God truly is the God of both large and small things!
In our text, God (in the pre-incarnate person of Jesus Christ) speaks to an unbelieving idolater named Laban. But I thought God doesn't hear the prayers of unbelievers or speak to unbelievers? We will implode those myths with God's word.
Also Reference: Psalm 48:2, Isaiah 14:13, Psalm 75:6, Jeremiah 7:16, Proverbs 1:18
Jesus is God. He is eternal and appeared before His human birth in Bethlehem in particular events during the Old Testament era as "the Angel of the Lord." And here, we see Him identified as "him that seeth me".
Also Reference: Matthew 28:19-20, Revelation 22:5, 1 Peter 3:12
Open calls, questions, and discussion with Matt Slick LIVE in the studio.
1: Clubhouse and Oneness
2: Church ages -15
3: God inside and outside of time and prayer -32
4: Struggles and unrighteousness -53
As we remember the Lord of Noah is our Lord Jesus Christ, we discuss the terms in which God "remembered Noah" and how that reminds us of God's promises to His children.
Also Reference: Matthew 7:23, Revelation 21:4 & Hebrews 13:5
Have you ever thought about what the second half of our Proverb means when it says that the Lord is "beholding the evil and the good"? It brings up an important question as to, "Why does He allow it all to continue?" And we will consider the Biblical answer.
Also Reference: John 4:24 and John 3:16-17