A Great Waster, Prov 18:9

Prov 18:9 says, “He also that is slothful in his work is brother to him that is a great waster”. How many of you like to work with lazy (slothful) people?  I can’t stand it.  I loved working together with the crew that went to the Navajo nation and worked...

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What To Do With Your Life, 1 Chr 28:9-10

Dr Ruckman said of 1 Chr 28:9-10, “These are two of the greatest verses in the Bible”.  They show you what to do with your life.  I have lived long enough to now know that what David told Solomon in these two verses is absolutely true.  There is nothing more...

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Thy Rod And Thy Staff, Ps 23:4

In Ps 23:4, David wrote, “thy rod and thy staff they comfort me”.  The rod and the staff are the only two instruments a shepherd carried with him when he was with his flock.   The shepherd usually carved his rod out of a sapling tree.  He carved the heavier,...

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You Must Be Still, Ps 46:10

In life, you must be still, you must sit still, and you must stand still, in times of agitation, uncertainty, and adversity. Be still – Ps 46:10; to be still is to be quiet, calm, not agitated.  In life, trouble will come, and your world will be turned upside down. ...

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He Leadeth Me, Ps 23:3

According to Jn 10:2, Jesus is the “shepherd of the sheep”.  When you trust Jesus Christ to save you he is your shepherd and you are his sheep.  Therefore, you can say, like David said in Ps 23:1, “the Lord is my shepherd”.   He’s my leading shepherd – “He...

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Faith By The Word of God, Rom 10:17

Rom 10:17 says, “So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God”.  This verse states clearly that we can hear the word of God.  Paul is referring to the literal words of God.  This King James Bible that we have is the word of God and...

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He Restoreth My Soul, Ps 23:3

In Psalm 23:3 David wrote, “He restoreth my soul”.  To restore is to put back into former state. When I consider this portion of verse 3, I observe that: The Lord is the great restorer.  David wrote, “The Lord is my shepherd”.  “He” restoreth my soul.  Everything in this world...

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When Jesus Saw The Multitudes, Matt 9

When Jesus saw the multitudes Matt 9:36-38, he was moved with compassion because they fainted, they were scattered abroad, and they were as sheep having no shepherd.  They were: Sapped.  People today are faint.  New hires can’t take the load of an ordinary day’s work.  Others find that they are...

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By Faith Enoch, Heb 11:5-6

Our text is Heb 11:5-6, which speaks of Enoch’s faith and his translation to heaven.  Companion passages are Gen 5:21-24 and Jude 14-15.  When you read these passages together, you get a good picture of Enoch’s life and the role of faith in his life.  By faith Enoch did some...

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Our Shepherd, Ps 23:1

David wrote, “The LORD is my shepherd”.  How wonderful that when we trust Christ, we become the sheep of Almighty God.  According to this verse, the Lord is: Our Preeminent Shepherd – “The LORD”.  Men are likened to sheep and men who lead them are likened to shepherds.  Joshua was...

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