A Journal for Bible Teachers

Wanted. Men of Character

Wanted. Men of Character

More than ever before, God is looking for men of character—men who have the maturity, integrity, and ability to lead the people of God. In the lives of those whom God calls to be His ministers, God places a higher priority on what they ARE than on what they can DO. Bible standards have not changed; the fruit produced by a person’s character (Matthew 7:20) is...

Leadership

Leadership

A leader is one who directs others. He occupies the chief position and therefore has the responsibility to love and care for his followers. Upon the shoulders of the leaders depends the security of the work of God. I have been in revivals, and regretfully they have stopped because of leadership flaws. Even great revivals like the Welsh Revival all crashed...

The Law, Repentance, and Life – Jesus Christ: The Life (Part 3)

The Law, Repentance, and Life – Jesus Christ: The Life (Part 3)

As we have seen in the past two editions of this series on the three prophets, Moses, Elijah, and the Lord Jesus Christ are very united in Scripture and in eternity. In the first part of this series, we saw the meekness of the Lord through Moses, and how important it is that His meekness be worked out through us. In the second part, we see Elijah brought the...

The Law, Repentance, and Life – Elijah: Repentance (Part 2)

The Law, Repentance, and Life – Elijah: Repentance (Part 2)

Elijah was a godly man of noble dignity. He was given tremendous authority, and he will be an eternal companion to the Lord Jesus Christ. His standing is on par with Moses, although his ministry was very different. Elijah, like Moses, is coming back as one of the Two Witnesses (Revelations 11). Elijah and Moses also have their ministries linked together at the...

The Law, Repentance, and Life – Moses: The Law (Part 1)

The Law, Repentance, and Life – Moses: The Law (Part 1)

These three prophets—Moses, Elijah, and the Lord Jesus Christ—are extremely notable, and their lives are relevant for our days. Moses represents the law, we see Elijah’s ministry is repentance, while the Lord symbolizes life. Moses and Elijah are going to come again in these last days, and their ministries are going to be manifested in the Church. It is...

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