Jehovah-tsebaoth—The Lord of Hosts

Jehovah-tsebaoth—The Lord of Hosts

     God wants us to know Him. The different names God gives for Himself in His written Word are one of the ways He helps us understand Him. As stated in an earlier article in this series, “A name is that by which a person or thing is made known—it describes, defines, or declares them.” God… Continue Reading

Camp Gunnison—The Way Household Ranch: A High Country Haven

Camp Gunnison—The Way Household Ranch: A High Country Haven

     If you’re coming to Camp Gunnison—The Way Household Ranch for the first time, some surprises are in store for you. Nestled in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains is a camp like no other. It’s a place where students in The Way Corps training spend time developing leadership skills for a lifetime of Christian… Continue Reading

Do we take the Bible literally or figuratively?

Do we take the Bible literally or figuratively?

     Do we take the Bible literally or figuratively? This is an honest question that needs answering if we are to rightly divide God’s Word and understand, What does the Word say? The answer is twofold: When we read the Word of God, we take it literally whenever and wherever possible. But when a word or… Continue Reading

Witnesses for God in Finance

Witnesses for God in Finance

     Shortly after graduating from high school, I was hired to work as a teller at a financial institution. At the end of the training period, I was assigned a metal drawer with a key in the lock and was told to open it. When I opened the drawer, I saw more money than I had… Continue Reading

Does God want us to be afraid of Him?

Does God want us to be afraid of Him?

     Does the Bible teach that people should be afraid of God? No, it does not. The Scriptures never say that God wants His people to be afraid of Him. So, What does the Word say? God frequently tells His people to “fear not” and to “be not afraid.” Psalms 34:4 says, “I sought the Lord,… Continue Reading

Jehovah-tsidqenu—The Lord Our Righteousness

Jehovah-tsidqenu—The Lord Our Righteousness

     We learned earlier in this series that God uses the name Jehovah in the Old Testament to show that He is the Lord in relationship to His creation—especially in His covenant relationship with His people. We’ve also explored several names of God formed by combining Jehovah with other Hebrew words to show specific aspects of… Continue Reading

The Lilies and Grass of the Field

The Lilies and Grass of the Field

     Jesus Christ often used objects in nature to teach his followers how to live according to God’s Word. Some familiar examples are the lilies and grass of the field in Matthew 6, which is part of what is often referred to as the Sermon on the Mount. The customs of Jesus’ day shed light on… Continue Reading

Nehemiah’s Project Management Principles

Nehemiah’s Project Management Principles

     In the Book of Nehemiah, we read about a man who served as cupbearer to the Persian king, Artaxerxes, in Shushan the palace. The cupbearer held a very trusted position in the kingdom, for that person would protect the king by tasting the drinks before serving them to him. This cupbearer’s name was Nehemiah.      While… Continue Reading

How can I trust what the Bible says if it was written by men?

How can I trust what the Bible says if it was written by men?

     Almost everyone at some point in life experiences a lack of trust in another person. This lack of trust could be the result of a person misrepresenting something, or not quite telling all the facts, or simply not telling the truth. Because of this, some may find it difficult to trust the Bible, knowing that… Continue Reading

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