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Sun, Nov 05, 2017
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23 mins 52 secs
Throughout the Bible, we can see the importance of helpers towards the fulfillment of God’s purpose and plans for individuals and nations. All the heroes of the Bible were people who relied on others to succeed in all their endeavours. Abraham did not single-handedly deliver Lot, his nephew, from the people who abducted him. Rather, he had the support of 318 people that belonged to his household to overcome Lot’s abductors and set him free (Gen. 14:11-16). Moses did not single-handedly deliver the Israelites from captivity in Egypt. God provided Aaron, his brother, to help him in his mission (Exodus 4:13-16). When he complained to God about the burden of being solely responsible for leading the Israelites during their wilderness journeys, God raised up seventy of the elders of Israel to help him (Numbers 11:10-17). David also did not single-handedly achieve great success as a military leader and become the king of Israel. God raised up several men of valour who volunteered their services and helped him to take over the throne of Israel (1 Chron. 11-12).
Sun, Oct 01, 2017
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1 hr 3 mins 29 secs
To backslide means to revert to a worse condition, to lapse morally, or to turn away from the Lord and His holy commandments, which demand righteous living. A backsliding believer returns to the selfishness and sins of the world. A backsliding believer ignores or neglects worship, the reading of God’s Word, prayer, witnessing, and reaching out to meet the desperate needs of the world. A backsliding believer sometimes slips into immoral, lawless, or even violent behavior. Backsliding shames Christ by giving the world a chance to ridicule and mock His name.
Sun, Sep 24, 2017
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48 mins 55 secs
Daniel was deeply concerned about the future of his dear people and their painful suffering under Babylonian rule. For over seventy years, the Jews had been exiled in Babylon. Throughout those years, Daniel had seen his people broken, discouraged, suffering, and at times overcome by a spirit of hopelessness. Now, as an aged man, he did the only thing he could do to help them: he turned to the Lord. He sought answers from God concerning his people and begged God for their restoration through the Scriptures and prayer. But how did Daniel go about seeking God for the restoration of his people? First, Daniel studied the Scriptures in the first year of the reign of Darius, the new Persian ruler of Babylon (539-538 B.C.). Daniel read Jeremiah 25:1-14 which explains why the Jews had been exiled to Babylon.
Times of Refreshing
Sun, Aug 20, 2017
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48 mins 37 secs
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Jonah-Running Away from God
Sun, Aug 06, 2017
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42 mins 44 secs
www.goodnewsworld.org
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