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How God trained David to be an extraordinary king

"In a contest for the best king of Israel, David would surely win. Though not without flaws, he was an incredible leader, and a very impressive man. However, God had taken him through a grueling regime to prepare him to be king."

Concerns of impending war

Eddie writes, "As the Word of God declares our battle is not against flesh and blood but against spiritual forces in high places. Praise God the power and authority that God has given to us is far beyond the forces of our enemies."

The faulty theology of Joy Behar

Ron writes, "This week, world renown theologian and general spewer of nonsense, Joy Behar, said that people who expect God to speak to them are mentally ill. You know, nutso—hearing voices. Well, here is how she put it."

Reminders of God’s amazing plan

Eric writes, "Many of these prophetic clues were placed within some of the sections of Scripture that many of us skim through on our way to the more exciting portions."

Commentary on Parashat Terumah (Donation)

Moran writes, "Perhaps the most stunning reality that I find in the Word is the fact that God, the Creator of the universe, created man and woman in order to have relationship with us."

Three end times’ outpourings

Asher writes, "Here are three significant prophecies of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit in the end times. Two have to do with revival, one with judgment."

The anti-tradition charismatics

Daniel writes, "Many of us long for the moves of the Holy Spirit and believe they are essential. As we pray for revival it is important to correctly diagnose this barrier. The problem here is not tradition, but tradition that is applied and used in the wrong way."

Listen to Jeremiah

Gil writes, "If we are honest with ourselves, we will see how similar the condition in the body of Messiah around the world today is to those of Jeremiah’s time."

Dare to fly

Simcha writes, "A few years back, I went to a women’s meeting where the topic being spoken about was the desert. I remember that the speaker went into great detail explaining the extent of the process that a caterpillar goes through in order to transition into its new form – a butterfly."

Commentary on Parashat Mishpatim (Ordinances or statutes)

Moran writes, "First of all, the ancient Israelites understood that blood was connected to atonement, a cleansing of sin, and therefore, I am convinced that they would not have been horrified, but actually rather excited by it..."