Days, Feasts and the Crucifixion

Many don't realize there are more sabbaths described in the Old Testament than simply every 7th day of the week.  In addition, it is helpful to understand that the Hebrew days were counted from sunset to sunset rather than midnight to midnight as they are in modern times. Putting these things together may serve to … Continue reading Days, Feasts and the Crucifixion

The Will of God and the Means to Do It (Part 4)

“…for to will is present with me, but how to perform what is good I do not find” (Rom. 7:18b).  In our last post (Part 3) we examined the wrong way believers sometimes go about trying to perform that which is good—human effort, vows, resolutions, a determination to self-reform, gritting our teeth, etc.—in a word, … Continue reading The Will of God and the Means to Do It (Part 4)

The Will of God and the Means to Do it (Part 3)

 “…for to will is present with me, but how to perform what is good I do not find” (Rom. 7:18b).  In part 1 of this series we gave some general thoughts concerning the truth of this verse, and in part 2 we discussed the first half of the verse: the will or inner desire to … Continue reading The Will of God and the Means to Do it (Part 3)