Psalm 29: Praise and glory to the Highest!

By Elizabeth Prata Enjoy this Psalm 29. As the MacArthur Commentary explains, it has the earmarks of earliest Hebrew poetry. Its general form is a hymn, proclaiming 3 representative realities of God as supreme and therefore praise belongs to Him alone: 1. Lord's supremacy over heavenly beings 2. Lord's supremacy over the "forces of nature" …

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Can We really Do All Things Through Christ?

By Elizabeth Prata* What Christian isn't familiar with one of the New Testament's most famous comfort verses? "I can do all things through Him who strengthens me." (Philippians 4:13) It is good to be reminded that it's His strength and not our strength which propels us along in sanctification. It is good to be reminded …

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Stand: Do Not be Moved

By Elizabeth Prata Our Sunday School class finished studying through Ephesians last Sunday. Ephesians 6 is the last chapter, and so rich with practical living. We're called to stand. After all the Ephesians chapters about doctrine (roughly chapters 1-3) and all the practical applications and commands (roughly chapters 4-6a), we come to Paul's final thoughts. …

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