Moses, while speaking with God in the burning bush, said “Behold, they will not believe me, nor listen to my voice: for they will say, God has not appeared unto you”. (Exodus 4:1) Rightly did Moses question the believability of his instructions from God. Moses was concerned that if he told the Hebrews that God […]
We see in Acts, Chapter 8, how God made Himself known to the Ethiopian eunuch by using the word of God, the Holy Spirit, and an evangelist. God is very much concerned with the salvation of each individual person.
The size, and complexity, and beauty, of our created universe is a witness to the power and majesty of God. See how the heavens declare to us the glory of God, and how Jesus is the brightness of His glory.
Ancient Chinese characters are silent witnesses, like fingerprints, of historical events reported in Genesis. In particular, the details of these word-symbols are clues that point to how the earliest Chinese must have known basic facts of Genesis 1–11 at the very time their pictographs were invented.
Last Sunday, we talked about how Peter preached the basic points of the gospel to Cornelius in the book of Acts. And while Peter was yet speaking, the Holy Spirit fell on all them who heard the word. Which brings up the question: what is, or who is, the Holy Spirit? What does the Holy Spirit do?