Select Resources For A Season Of Social Distancing: Round 2.

The purpose of this article is to pass along a list (not exhaustive and not in any particular order) of Biblical resources/media that can be an encouragement to the Lord's people during this season of social distancing. These are resources that I've enjoyed recently or am currently making my way through. I trust that this … Continue reading Select Resources For A Season Of Social Distancing: Round 2.

Solomon and The Motive for Prayer – A. J. Higgins

1 Kings 8; 2 Chronicles 5, 6 "Why should we pray? Why did Solomon pray? If we can gain some insight into why Solomon prayed, we might learn something about reasons to pray. Worship: He prayed first of all as an expression of worship. His heart was filled with appreciation to God for His grace … Continue reading Solomon and The Motive for Prayer – A. J. Higgins

"One who ever liveth in the presence of God." – C. H. Mackintosh

"In Hebrews 13:15 we have the third branch of our Lord's service for us in the heavenly sanctuary. "By Him, therefore, let us offer the sacrifice of praise to God continually, that is, the fruit of our lips, giving thanks to His name." What a comfort to know that we have One in the presence of God to present … Continue reading "One who ever liveth in the presence of God." – C. H. Mackintosh

Select Resources For A Season Of Social Distancing

The purpose of this article is to pass along a list (not exhaustive and not in any particular order) of Biblical resources/media that can be an encouragement to the Lord's people during this season of social distancing. These are resources that I've enjoyed recently or am currently making my way through. I trust that this … Continue reading Select Resources For A Season Of Social Distancing

Resource Highlight: Pennsauken/Barrington Gospel Hall Conference Recordings (Bible Temples: Secrets Of The Sanctuaries).

Some great content here by Pennsauken/Barrington Gospel Hall from their conference earlier this year. If you're stuck at home and are looking for something to listen to, then check out "Bible Temples: Secrets of the Sanctuaries." Link below. Featured Teachers: Dr. A. J. Higgins, Shawn St. Clair, David Petterson. https://pennsaukengospelhall.org/sermon-series/2020-pgh-conference-bible-temples/

Quotes from ‘The Christian’s Mission’ by C. H. Mackintosh

"We need to he reminded, in days like the present, that every child of God, every member of the body of Christ, whatever be his position or sphere of action, has a mission to fulfil — a work to do for Christ. He may not be called to be an evangelist, a pastor, or a … Continue reading Quotes from ‘The Christian’s Mission’ by C. H. Mackintosh

“A Greater Than Solomon Is Here” – A. J. Higgins.

"A greater than Solomon is here" were words that the Lord Jesus uttered to an unbelieving audience in His day. He was not boasting nor was He exaggerating. Solomon and his kingdom were marked by greatness and glory. Yet a greater than Solomon came into our world. He is not greater than Solomon because of … Continue reading “A Greater Than Solomon Is Here” – A. J. Higgins.

Resource Highlight: STEM – Sound Teaching on Electronic Media (Website)

This week I want to highlight stempublishing.com. This precious resource was sent to me several years ago by an older brother that I deeply respect. It has been a well of much joy and discovery. STEM or Sound Teaching on Electronic Media acts as a vault, as it were, featuring the works and writings of … Continue reading Resource Highlight: STEM – Sound Teaching on Electronic Media (Website)

The Infinite and Unsearchable Greatness of God – John Bunyan (1628-1688)

That you...may...comprehend with all the saints what is the breadth and length and height and depth, and to know the love of Christ that surpasses knowledge.Eph. 3:17-19 "Breadth, length, height, and depth carry in them an inexpressible something, and that something far outshines all things that can be found in this world! Paul was endeavouring … Continue reading The Infinite and Unsearchable Greatness of God – John Bunyan (1628-1688)