In Philippians chapter 2, there is a hymn that was sung by believers in New Testament times. In that hymn, we are reminded that there is a name that is above every name; a name that is above all.
Nehemiah is one of those books that we overlook, but it has a powerful message.
How many of us are trying to cover up our mistakes – or even the sin of our life – with temporary solutions? The answer to guilt is forgiveness, and the forgiveness we need is the forgiveness we can only receive from a holy, righteous, compassionate, and merciful God.
As children of God, we do not have to be overcome with cares and worries of this life. God has promised peace to us.
When we something is “precious,” we mean that it is costly, it is rare. So it is with the blood of Jesus. There are many blood types in the world, but there is only one blood that can cleanse us from all sin.
Sometimes a very familiar passage from the Bible can suddenly take on a fresh new meaning. Let’s remember what happened “the year King Uzziah died.”