The sequel to Revived by His Word
Believe His Prophets, the sequel to Revived by His Word, is a five-year program reading through the Bible and selected Ellen White writings, including Steps to Christ, Christ’s Object Lessons, Patriarchs and Prophets, Prophets and Kings, The Desire of Ages, The Acts of the Apostles, and The Great Controversy. You can receive daily Bible readings, participate in interactive blogs and read select inspirational writings.
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Today at 03:00 AM | 2 Kings 5
What does leprosy represent? If the Jordan represents baptism—death, burial, and resurrection (Romans 6:4)—leprosy represents sin. It was a deadly contagious disease causing a slow miserable death. It begins by affecting the nerves and the extremities, so if you had leprosy, you lost your sensation. In the same way, sin will numb your conscience (1 Timothy…
Yesterday at 03:00 AM | 2 Kings 4
God never runs out of the Holy Spirit; He only runs out of people who are able to receive the Holy Spirit. If you’re full of things of the world, you can’t pour anything else in. Do you make yourself available for God’s Spirit, or is your life too full of other things?
I love the abundance in Jesus' blessings. King David said, “You anoint my…
The kingdoms of Israel and Judah were engaged in a war with their neighbors the Moabites. In an effort to surprise their enemies from behind they decided to take a long circuitous march through the desert. The way being longer than they expected, the army of Israel soon ran out of water.The soldiers were thirsty and the animals were dying. So the King…
My take away from this chapter is the awful scenes with which it begins. It describes terrible thundering and darkness, earth shaking tremors, and lightning that didn’t even cut the impenetrable blackness that enveloped Mt. Sinai. All the people at its base trembled, including Moses, prior to the booming of God’s voice as He slowly…
This chapter tells us that Elijah ascended to heaven in a chariot surrounded by a company of fiery angels. When Elisha saw this he fell to his knees and tore his clothing, signifying that “we are all like an unclean thing, and all our righteousnesses are like filthy rags” (Isaiah 64:6). After his view of the chariot and angels had faded away, Elisha…
Ahaziah had been seriously injured in a fall and the ailing king wondered if he would recover. But instead of asking the God of heaven, Ahaziah sends messengers to inquire of a detestable pagan god. Though he had witnessed the power of Jehovah through the prophet Elijah, his heart had probably been hardened against the Lord through the evil influence…
Micaiah’s message stands in stark contrast to the pleasing words of the false prophets. Again we are drawn to appreciate this man’s unflinching commitment to faithfulness to God, even in the face of persecution and imprisonment. The battle commences, and as Micaiah prophesied, Ahab dies in a pool of his own blood in his chariot. It’s a sad ending…