Nahum – Nineveh (the sequel)
Over 100 years before this, the people of Nineveh repented at the preaching of Jonah. They are now back to their old ways.
34 Nahum.pdf 34 Nahum.mp3
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Tagged Assyria, Babylon, Chuck Smith, comfort, Cossi Augustin Ahoga, judgment, mercy, Minor Prophets, Nineveh, repentance |
Sometimes we just need to grieve. Grief is the natural response that all of us have to loss. The bigger the loss, the bigger our need to grieve.
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Tagged Babylon, Bill Gates, C I Scofield, comfort, exile, Fiddler on the Roof, God, grief, H L Ellison, israel, Issiaka Coulibaly, jeremiah, Jerusalem, Johann Peter Lange, Lament, Lamentations, mercy, mourning, Tevye |
Isaiah 40 describes God’s vision of a restored relationship with his people. It also shows us at least nine things the Lord wants in a restored relationship with you.
Isaiah 40.pdf Isaiah 40.mp3
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Tagged Alexander Maclaren, Apostle Paul, Augustine of Hippo, comfort, Edouard Kitoko Nsiku, endurance, exile, Geoffrey Grogan, Good Shepherd, John the Baptist, Latter Prophets, Major Prophets, omnipotence, omniscience, prophets, restoration, Tertullian, The Gospel, Thomas Oden, word of God |
God is sovereign, even when we—or loved ones— go through horrible things; rest in the hope of His redemption.
Job 4-7.mp3 (Caid Ferguson)
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At the beginning of this letter, Paul told us about God’s comforting us so that we would be in the place to comfort others. So how do we receive that comfort? Paul explains how he received it in this chapter.
2 Cor 07.mp3
2 Cor 07.pdf