The little gold altar was in the holy place. It was before the veil that separated the holy place from the Holy of Holies. It was the place to burn incense for God. Yom Kippur is the day of Atonement. There wasn’t an...

The Macedonians were poor but they still continued to give.  Once we give ourselves to the Lord, he will guide us to give to others. Paul was encouraging the Corinthians to love. He used Jesus as an example of sacrificial...

Paul wanted the Corinthians to know that in the first letter he wrote to them he was being harsh because he loved them as a father. Sorrow isn’t enough for change. You must have sorrow with repentance for change. Paul...

  Don’t blame the ministry if the minister does something that offends you. Ministers deal with knowledge, long-suffering, kindness and pureness. God warns that Christians shouldn’t marry a non-believer. Read:...

Paul refers to our bodies as “tents” (temporary housing of our spirits). God gives us the Holy Spirit to reassure us that he will complete the redemption he started in us. When we stand before Christ, the...

Those who are lost don’t see the Gospel, they have been blinded by satan. We need to pray that God will remove their blindness so the Holy Spirit will open them to the Truth (2 Corinthians 10:4). The Gospel is the good...

God is enough for us (John 15:15; Philippians 4:13). Gods covenant of Grace gives us life. Moses didn’t want people to see the Glory of God fading from his face so he covered it. The law doesn’t establish our...

Paul didn’t want to discipline the Corinthians, he really enjoyed his time there with the believers. He had to settle several issues in the church. Paul explains that in order to keep satan away we need to recognize his...

Paul’s authority was from God. God calls and ordains people to minister. God sends us his grace and peace through Christ. God comforts and helps us during our trials. It is then that were more prepared to minister to...

The church was meeting on the first day of the week. Paul wanted the offerings to be taken before he arrived. There were strong oppositions to the Gospel in Ephesus so Paul wanted to stay there for a while. Aquila and...

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