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A certain man went down from Jerusalem to Jericho, and fell among thieves, which stripped him of his raiment, and wounded him, and departed, leaving him half dead. Luke 10: 30.The man who lies here half dead, wounded and stripped of his clothing, is Adam and all mankind. The murderers are the devils who robbed and wounded us
"Whom shall we fear?" We fear no one. We're not afraid of anything. Instead, we wait for the Lord with good courage. He will strengthen our hearts, as the psalmist writes (Ps 27:1). If God is for us, who can be against us? This is the apostle Paul's rhetorical question that he included in his letter to the Christians in Rome (Rom 8:31). But,
Viewing the Bible as literature is an essential and natural way of engaging the text. But there are also ways in which this practice can get lost. The word of God is literary, but is it merely literary? There is much to gain when Christians embrace the idea that our Scripture is, broadly speaking, literature. In doing so, we gain
What greater friend could we have than Jesus? Do thy friends despise, forsake thee?" are words from the hymn, "What a Friend We Have in Jesus." How often has this happened to us, when friends aren't friends anymore? All the saints have experienced this at one time or another. The patriarchs, prophets, and Jesus himself felt the sting of