Female Promise Seekers Series: “Rahab” At the beginning of Rahab’s story, we’re told that she was referred to as a harlot, a woman of the night. She was the wife of Salmon; (Ruth 4:20-21; Matt.1:4-5; Luke 3:32; I Chr. 2:11). Their son Boaz married Ruth and became the father of Obed, the grandfather of Jesse, … More An Act of Faith
Pontius Pilate was the Roman governor of Judea from A.D. 26-36. He was solely connected to the trials, and crucifixion of Jesus. Pilate was never popular with the Jews because to them he was insensitive to their religious convictions and stubborn in the pursuit of his policies. Since the Jews could not execute a person … More INNOCENT BLOOD
The appointed time of your destiny is happening right now! God has chosen this time to strategically position His people for the advancement of His Kingdom. It’s not a mistake, it’s all by design. God has strategically positioned us to serve Him, and with the assignment comes the opposition.
The Book of Judges gives us a tragic account of how God was repeatedly taken for granted by the Israelites. In spite of their rebellion, God honored the promise that He made Abraham. He promised to protect them and to bless Abrahams offspring; (Gen. 12:2-3). After being held captive for 40 years, the LORD raised … More Who is the Source of your Strength?
The Story of Samson Scripture: Judges Chpts. 14 – 16 Samson’s life is one of contradiction. From birth Samson was to be a Nazirite, set apart unto God, (Numb. 6:1-8). A Nazirite takes a vow to separate from certain worldly things and consecrates himself to the holy things of God (Judg. 13:5). For the Nazirite … More The Weakest Strong Man