Howard writes, "God has always been Sovereign King – Sovereign Lord – over His creation, both in the Heavens and on the Earth. He made His plan for Creation and for Redemption before the beginning of time, space, and matter."
"Whenever Yeshua healed someone, He told him to keep the matter secret. Despite the Master’s warnings, the men He healed did not keep the miracles private."
Asher writes, "We have to come to peace with our parents’ “inheritance” and influence in our lives. I recently came across an old photo of my parents, when they were the age that my children are now."
Michael writes, "There are times when we read this week’s account and wonder, how could the Creator of the Universe so judge humankind as to even regret making them."
Eric writes, "Within these first few sentences, the plan of salvation of man is established and a key principle to finding that means of redemption is also established."
"At the sound of the terrifying voice from heaven, the disciples collapsed face down on the ground—their bodies reflexively prostrating before the Almighty. Each of the three disciples could later recount..."
Moran writes, "What I admire most about Noah is his commitment to honoring God regardless of the cost. His righteousness was a result of his faith in God, which he then put into action."
Rev. David Pileggi looks at the parable of the wedding feast. Being invited into the wedding was not dependent upon wearing the right garment, but staying in the wedding was!
Tzippe writes, "Thankfully, God's thoughts have been recorded for us in the canon of Scripture: 66 books, written by 40 different authors over a period of 1,500 years. Not one word is irrelevant or haphazard. The more we study it, the more profound its life-changing message."
Asher writes, "The Resurrection, Rapture, War and Second Coming all happen at the same time, are part of the same release of power, which also shakes the whole earth. This earth shaking power is described as being similar to the huge cataclysm at the time of Noah..."