Our equal is owed our affection, our forgiveness, and our support. We should rejoice with those who are rejoicing and grieve with those who grieve. Envy and resentment are ugly sins.
Today for our Tuesday devotion from Bethany ARP we looked at Colossians 1:28 and why it is vital Christians constantly remind themselves of their identity in Christ.
These men knew what real demonic possession looked like and would not accept poor substitutes for the real thing, and neither should we. In taking seriously the issue we need to be wise to those who would glam on to the opportunity provided by stoking either fear or fascination with the occult.
Today we looked at 1 Corinthians 1:10-17. In this morning’s passage the apostle gives warning against a party spirit and making anything more important than our identity in Christ.
Fathers, Husbands, Presidents, Leaders of all stripes should be holy men, who seek the spiritual and physical well-being of their people and those to whom God in His wisdom has granted them oversight.
We’ve done a lot of setting the stage to get us to the main section of the question answering. How do we see demon possession today and how common is it? I posit that it is a lot more common than we realize.
Today for our Tuesday devotion from Bethany ARP we heard a word on Matthew 6:26 from Charles Spurgeon on what it means that God is our Father and why are to find peace and strength in that glorious gift.
Today for our Monday devotion from Bethany ARP we looked at 1 Corinthians 1:4-9. In this morning’s verses the apostle gives us an encouragement through the remembrance of the benefits and graces of union with Christ.
Part of the wisdom of the Fifth commandment is ensuring that as the son learns to give praise and honor to his mother, he would absorb sympathetic love from her witness of piety and grace towards her superiors and through that would learn much towards how he is to care and provide for those God might one day grant him to serve.