Our free booklet, To Know the Secrets of the World, can help you get started in a life-long adventure of discovering God's glory in creation. Here are guidelines, examples, and even a journal to enable you to discover the wonders God has hidden for you in the things He has made.
Why are there so many psalms encouraging us to seek the Lord for revival? Obviously, because God wants us to do so. And He has provided the psalms to guide us in understanding what revival is, why it’s necessary, and how we may seek it from Him.
Between 430 and 800 AD a movement of God's Spirit, beginning in Ireland, brought multiplied thousands to Christ, renewed churches all over Europe, sent thousands of missionaries to foreign lands, and saved civilization. Here's a resource to help you learn more about the Celtic Revival.
Matthew roots the story of Jesus in Old Testament revelation. In the process, he teaches us how to read the Old Testament, so that we see Jesus on its every page. The story of redemption breaks into time and history with the birth of Jesus through two faithful and obedient people. God Who is with us has finally come! And He’ll never leave us again.
The genealogies of Scripture are like the gleanings after a harvest. Theologians, teachers, and Bible students eagerly and repeatedly reap the fruit of the books, doctrines, themes, topics, and other offerings from the field of God’s Word. But the genealogies get short shrift. We speed through them, or even skip them altogether when we come to them in our reading. We leave them for someone else to glean.
But there is meat on those shocks and stalks, and in this series, Gleanealogy, we are the gleaners, determined to bring that meat to table.