Remember HIS grace

After the LORD your GOD has driven them out before you, do not say to yourself, "The LORD has brought me here to take possession of this land because of my righteousness". - 📖 Deut. 9:4 📖 It's so easy to steal honor. To claim something someone else did, for ourselves. To think we succeeded in things out … Continue reading Remember HIS grace

Speak Evil of No Man.

"Thou shalt not go up and down as a talebearer among thy people ... Thou shalt in any wise rebuke thy neighbour, and not suffer sin upon him." - Leviticus 19:16, 17 Tale-bearing emits a threefold poison; for it injures the teller, the hearer, and the person concerning whom the tale is told. Whether the … Continue reading Speak Evil of No Man.


Ye have need of patience - Heb_10:36 Virtues of Necessity There are some virtues which are exclusive virtues and are only demanded in peculiar circumstances. They have at the best a partial application. In certain emergencies they are obligatory or in certain social relationships; but that virtue of which we speak now can never be included … Continue reading Patience

The 66 books in Bible correspond with the 66 chapters in Isaiah!

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Here’s something you won’t read anywhere: The 66 books in Bible correspond with the 66 chapters in Isaiah!

In other words, whatever chapter you’re reading in Isaiah, you’ll find striking comparisons to its numerical equivalent in the Old or New Testament.

I first heard about this phenomenon only a few weeks ago in a study given by my pastor, who, for all I know, came up with this discovery. He says he’s been researching the similarities for many years.

Jordan explains, “If you know enough about the book that compares with the chapter in Isaiah, you’ll see thought parallels out of the book that will be in the chapter. There won’t be prophecies about it; there’ll just be parallel thoughts.

“Isaiah starts out, ‘Earth, earth, earth, hear the word of the Lord,’ and Genesis starts out, ‘In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth, earth, earth.’ Isaiah ends…

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