Resurrection Realities

Resurrection in the Old Testament—Our Lord shows that hope of resur­rection was known to Old Testament saints. When talking with the Sadducees, who denied that there ever would be a resurrection, He quotes what is found in Moses’ account of the burning bush where Jehovah is called “the God of Abraham, and the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob.” Because “He is not the God of the dead,” and because these patriarchs are now dead, they must live again or Jehovah could not be called their God.

Time: Life's Most Valuable Commodity

What, exactly, is “time”? Man has never yet technically answered this question despite thousands of years of reflection upon the definition and nature of time. John Wesley defined time as “a fragment of eternity broken off at both ends.” This definition is appropriate because it recognizes not only the confines of the past, present, and future but also the reality of eternity.

"Lord, Thou Knowest All Things"

“Lord, thou knowest all things.” Such were Peter’s words when, for the third time, the Lord Jesus Christ asked His penitent disciple: “Simon, son of Jonas, lovest thou Me?” This acknowledgement of the Lord’s omniscience was another expression of Peter’s faith in the deity of Christ. Not alone did he confess Him at Caesarea Philippi (Matthew 16:16), but at another time Peter said, “Lord, to whom shall we go? Thou hast the words of eternal life.

The Believer's Rest


What Does The Bible Say?



FEA founder M. H. Reynolds Sr. discusses the need for believers to enter God's rest. Originally aired July 1940.



Joshua 11:21-23

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The TRUTH of the Matter

After Jesus clearly declared the truth to Pilate, he despondently responded to the Savior, “What is truth?” To Pilate, as to many people today, truth is subjective and relative. Others believe truth does not even exist at all. Still others believe truth is unknowable or unattainable. While this moral and theological relativism is becoming increasingly prevalent in our Western culture, godly men of the past also dealt with this crisis many years ago.
 

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