A Journal for Bible Teachers

The Greatest Diamond Cutter

The Greatest Diamond Cutter

“The hand of the Lord hath wrought this” (Job 12:9). Several years ago there was found at Premier Mine, Cullinan (South Africa), the most magnificent diamond in the world’s history. It was presented to the King of England to blaze in his crown of state. The king sent it to Amsterdam to be cut. It was put into the hands of an expert diamond cutter. And...

Onesimus

Onesimus

The story of Onesimus is one of the most beautiful stories in the history of the Early Church. He was a runaway slave who was saved, then restored to his master, and who later became a pastor. His story is an encouraging account of God’s power to restore a castaway into useful ministry in the house of God. One of the epistles of the apostle Paul was...

Vessels of Honor

Vessels of Honor

“Now in a large house there are not only gold and silver vessels, but also vessels of wood and of earthenware, and some to honor and some to dishonor. Therefore, if a man cleanses himself from these things, he will be a vessel for honor, sanctified, useful to the Master, prepared for every good work.” 2 Timothy 2:20-21 In these verses the Apostle Paul...

The Butterfly

The Butterfly

Romans 1:20 tells us that the invisible things of God can be understood from the natural things He has made. Just as a musician can be understood by his music and an artist can be understood by his paintings, in a similar way we can understand God by His creation. This is why Jesus told so many parables. He spoke about a mustard seed, different kinds of soil,...

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