A Covenantal Life
Paul Herndon • Sermon • • 0 views
Matthew 19:25-26 “When the disciples heard this, they were greatly astonished, saying, “Who then can be saved?” But Jesus looked at them and said, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.”” The Greek term καινὴ διαθήκη ( kainē diathēkē ) (“new covenant) is translated into Latin…
Vetella Spicer • Sermon • • 2 views
Prayer: Heavenly father I ask you to open our minds that we might get the Old and the New , to understand that we have the blood cover us and that it will keep us on the right Path thank you for the understanding in advance .Amen. Define: JUDAH—praise, the fourth son of Jacob by Leah. The name originated in Leah’s words of praise to the Lord on account of his birth: “Now will I praise [Heb. odeh] Jehovah, and she called his name Yehudah” (Gen. 29:35). It was Judah that interposed in behalf of Joseph, so that his life was spared (Gen. 37:26, 27). He took a lead in the affairs of the family, and “prevailed above his brethren” (Gen. 43:3–10; 44:14, 16–34; 46:28; 1 Chr. 5:2). Soon after the sale of Joseph to the Ishmaelites, Judah went to reside at Adullam, where he married a woman of Canaan. (See ONAN; TAMAR.) After the death of his wife Shuah, he returned to his father’s house, and there exercised much influence over the patriarch, taking a principal part in the events which led to the whole family at length going down into Egypt. We hear nothing more of him till he received his father’s blessing (Gen. 49:8–12).
Messages on the End Times
Dr. Bradford Reaves • Sermon • • 1 view
Israel & the End Times We are going to talk extensively this morning about Israel and her role in the last days. You know about the war in Israel, you know about the horrific and barbaric assault on civilians, women, children, elderly, and infants by the Palestinian Terrorists. Most people recognize…