Behold His Mighty Hand!

I wanted to play this short video for Resurrection Weekend.

It not only reminds us about the mighty act of God to deliver His people during the first Passover — a shadow of what the death and resurrection of Jesus portrays — but it’s a great encouragement to all of you who are going through a tough time right now and are seeking God’s deliverance and salvation.

Remember, we walk by faith not by sight.

It is faith in God’s promises that moves the Lord to act on our behalf.

Fear is the opposite of faith.

To the child of God who is walking in love, God’s word is always “Fear not.”

He is Risen!

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An Interview with Bob Christopher

Bob Christopher is a friend of mine. Bob has written an excellent little book entitled, Love Is. I caught up with Bob recently to discuss his book. Here’s the interview.

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Instead of asking, “what is your book about,” I’m going to ask the question that’s behind that question. And that unspoken question is, “how are readers going to benefit from reading your book?”

Bob Christopher: As you know, Frank, I host People to People, a call-in radio broadcast. The two subjects we address most often on the program are assurance of salvation and forgiveness of sins. Behind these two issues is the question of God’s love. Does God really love me, and how can I know that He does with full assurance of faith? Doubts about salvation, or God’s forgiveness, are really question marks about God’s love.  I hope this book will help erase those questions marks. If Love Is helps a person develop the conviction that nothing can separate him from the love of God, it has fulfilled its purpose.[Continue Reading…]

Love One Another: 20 Practical Lessons

Don McMinn has come out with a new book entitled, Love One Another. It’s more of a workbook in that it covers 20 practical lessons on how love is described in the New Testament.

The book is clear, easy to read, and inspiring.

As I explain in The Deeper Journey: Part II, love is the nature of divine life. Thus living by the indwelling life of Christ will manifest itself in love. Jesus defined love as treating others the same way we wish to be treated in all circumstances.[Continue Reading…]