The king of Assyria plotted to conquer Jerusalem. In Nahum 1, we discover why he utterly failed when he met the One before whom the mountains quake.
The disciples we meet in Acts 8 are experiencing great persecution. They escape threat, not merely to preserve their lives, but to continue their ministries.
A queen came from Arabia to prove one of God's servants with hard questions in I Kings 10. She discovered his wisdom was given by the One True God.
Believers in Christ should be followers of God - pleasing Him - as dear children. We should avoid those things that dishonor Him, according to Ephesians 5.
There are difficult instructions for believers in Philippians 4. Among them, avoid being anxious, go to God in every circumstance, and do so with thanksgiving.
The world's definition of peace often lacks something - or rather someone - the God of Peace. We'll discuss Jehovah-shalom from Judges 6 on this Take Note.
The Lord rebukes His priests through the prophet Malachi in Malachi 1:6-12. Today we discuss polluted offerings and the believer's duty to offer God our best.
The details of this well-known story of Daniel are not always explained. We spend some time in Daniel 6:1-23 on this Take Note Podcast to have a closer look.
Jesus tells us about two kinds of people in Matthew 7:24-29. They have different foundations, and their foundations determine the outcome of their lives.
Jesus asks us to do a couple of impossible things in Matthew 5:43-48. Why and how should we love our enemies and be perfect, as the Father is perfect?
Disciples of Christ come face to face with an angel at Jesus' tomb. They are told He is risen, just as He said. Not long after, they see the risen Christ!
Today, we Take Note of a text in which Jesus is eating with publicans and sinners. Despite objections, we find these are exactly the people He came to save.