As we consider together the matter of God-filled faith, our text is found in Psalm 81:30: “I am the Lord thy God which brought thee out of the land of Egypt. Open thy mouth wide and I will fill it.”
In the day when Asaph wrote this psalm, it was the Persian custom when the King wanted to honor an eminent visitor, to ask him to open his mouth wide. Then the king would cram it full of sweet meats as it would hold, and sometimes even with jewels. Even so, our God is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us.
Today, I should like to discuss with you the controversial shroud of Turin. That shroud that was supposed to have encased our Lord’s body when he was laid in the tomb. Now, I have been fascinated through the years by the archaeological discoveries that substantiate Scripture. I was thrilled when astronomers verified the long day of Joshua…
As we consider the controversial Shroud of Turin, turn with me to First Corinthians 15:13-14,
“But if there be no resurrection from the dead, then is Christ not risen?”
Excerpt: Today I’m speaking to many of you who had wonderful beginnings in the Lord. Everything was going swimmingly well, but somewhere down the corridor of years, that first joy has faded…
Have you ever longed for a vital, fresh meeting with God, and for a new walk with Him? Well, we turn in the word of God to Isaiah 42:16. And there, God says, “I will lead them in paths unknown…”