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In one of the pinnacle events of history, Almighty God manifested Himself to Moses and the Israelites on an obscure desert mountain. With a spectacular display of power and glory, God wrote His universal law on tablets of stone to be preserved for all generations.
Idolatry is willful self-deception.
Historically, Christians have proven contentious and confrontational concerning depicting Jesus in any form. Even since the flashpoints of iconoclasm (image/symbol breaking) during the early Middle Ages and the Reformation, the issue has never been completely without debate. We must approach this with an open mind and a respectable degree of tolerance. Let’s begin by discussing the nature of idolatry in the Scriptures, and why it was consistently condemned. Let us examine Exodus 20:3-5. You shall have no other gods before me. You shall not make for yourself an image in the form of anything in heaven above … Read More >
An assault is being waged against evangelical Christianity in our country.
Loving the Lord our God means making tough choices so that we can love Him completely.
What comes to mind when you hear the name Babylon? Babylon is often used as a symbol of man’s rebellion against God. Thanks to their rebellion, the Jews were eventually carried off into Babylon, where they tried to maintain their faith in the midst of a pagan culture. These messages …
Everything that was in Jezebel’s heart has the potential of being in our hearts.
Our present culture believes in the icon of permissiveness—the deeply held conviction that tolerance is the same as love. However, the Bible teaches that we must discriminate; we must make careful judgments regarding prophets, doctrines, values, and lifestyles.
Dr. H.A. Ironside’s Final Sermon as Senior Pastor of The Moody Church Preached on the Night of His Farewell Sunday, October 31, 1948 The first book of Kings, chapter 18, verse 21: “And Elijah came unto all the people and said, ‘How long halt ye between two opinions? If the Lord be God follow Him, but if Baal, follow him.’ And the people answered him not a word.” I am sure that you recall the circumstances under which these words were uttered. You remember that the people of Israel to whom God had given such a wonderful … Read More >
Judah had proudly assumed that God would preserve Jerusalem, but destruction came, just as He promised.