Saul is dead, and his sons are dead, including David’s best friend, Jonathan. David is now king. But David and Jonathan had made a covenant with each other, that Jonathan would protect David’s life from Saul, and David would protect his life and the lives of his descendants (1 Samuel 20:14–16). King David inquired, “‘Is … Continue reading Mephibosheth and Prodigals
God is the God Of Salvation. I am not the God of salvation. You are not the God of salvation. God is the God of salvation. Our five-year-old grandson told his mom that he was the protector of their home, because he is the only one who isn’t old or a baby. It was really … Continue reading God is the God of Salvation
God is truly on a level all by Himself! Satan likes to make people believe his power is either equal to God’s or close, but he is only a fallen angel, a created being. How can he be close to God in anything? The Bible explains it. There is No Equal “‘To whom then will you … Continue reading God Is on a Level Alone
The Spirit Himself tells us how it happens: “Now the Spirit expressly says that in latter times some will depart from the faith, giving heed to deceiving spirits and doctrines of demons” (1 Timothy 4:1). The King James Version calls them "seducing spirits,” and that is just what they are. They seduce our prodigals to … Continue reading Why Do Prodigals Leave the Faith?
Praying in the Promise We receive promises from God regarding our prodigals for two main reasons: So that we will stand on them and allow them to build our faith to overcome the fiery darts of the devilSo that we can pray them in. Because promises tell us God’s plan so we can stand in … Continue reading What Is All This about Receiving a Promise from God? (Part 4)