By Stephen Olford, Heather Olford
Late pastor Stephen Olford, referred to as "the preacher’s preacher" and a very good impact upon Billy Graham, used to be simply twenty-two years outdated in 1940 while he all started a different devotional examine of the recent testomony. residing in Wales amidst the serious turmoil of global conflict II, Olford started out analyzing and writing each day and evening approximately every one bankruptcy from Matthew 1 via Revelation 22.
Nearly seventy years later and 4 years after his passing, Olford’s quiet time notes are collected in According on your Word, a remarkably centred choice of 260 devotions which are uncommonly passionate, old, and likely to encourage all who will learn them now.
Read or Download According to Your Word. Morning and Evening Through the New Testament, A Collection of Devotional... PDF
Similar new testament books
A old exam of the management in Palestine among a hundred BC and advert 70. particular case reports of such resources as Josephus, the recent testomony and Philo identify who was once truly taken with the decision-making technique and political manoeuvering. the most concerns addressed contain: even if there has been a approach of Jewish executive, and even if it incorporated an everlasting establishment, the Sanhedrin; even if there's proof that political and non secular affairs have been separated; no matter if the Jews have been capable of convict and execute humans lower than Roman rule; what roles, if any, have been performed by way of members and social or non secular teams within the management; and what the inducement of these occupied with the management could have been.
Publication annotation no longer on hand for this identify. .. name: . The Fourth Gospel and the Scriptures. .Author: . Bynum, Wm. Randolph. .Publisher: . Brill educational Pub. .Publication Date: . 2012/06/01. .Number of Pages: . 213. .Binding style: . HARDCOVER. .Library of Congress: . 2012010506
Have evangelicals misunderstood Paul? was once the Reformation doctrine of justification a mistake? the recent point of view on Paul has severe implications for that pivotal doctrine of the gospel. man Waters lays out the theological, old, and cultural antecedents to the recent standpoint and examines its best proponents.
- 1-2 Corinthians (New Cambridge Bible Commentary)
- Climax of the Covenant
- John the Baptizer and Prophet: A Socio-Historical Study
- Experiencing the Apocalypse at the Limits of Alterity
- Jesus as a figure in history: how modern historians view the man from Galilee
Extra info for According to Your Word. Morning and Evening Through the New Testament, A Collection of Devotional...
He must preach (Luke 4:43). He must go through Samaria (John 4:4). He must be lifted up (John 12:32). The apostle Paul burned with the same spiritual zeal. ” (1 Cor. 9:16). And, “Brethren, my heart's desire and prayer to God for Israel is that they might be saved” (Rom. 10:1). Create this passion within my soul, O Lord. ” – Luke 5:4 Here is a message to my heart. ” There is too much shallow fishing these days. He calls for deepwater fishing. It is true that deepwater fishing requires far more effort, skill, resource, and courage.
33:15). ” – Luke 1:16 What a blessed mission for a Son of Adam! ” (Rom. 10:15). Because of such a mission, John the Baptist was to be “great in the sight of the Lord” (Luke 1:15). As to John himself, he was to touch no strong drink and he was to be filled with the Spirit from his very birth. The application of these few thoughts is obvious. The Lord has said, “He that wins souls is wise” (Prov. 11:30), that is, great in His sight. But in order to be qualified to “turn many to righteousness” (Daniel 12:3), the message to be worked out in practical experience is “Do not be drunk with wine, in which is dissipation; but be filled with the Spirit” (Eph.
The Lord spoke of this as more needful than much serving. Oh, to be found here. A Place of Worship. ” (Matt. 28:9). ” (v. 9), and they worshiped. At Your feet is a blessed place, Lord. O, to be found continually there! EVENING READING: MATTHEW 16 “He turned and said to Peter, ‘Get behind Me, Satan! ’” – Matthew 16:23 Not half a dozen verses previous to this, in reply to Peter's great statement concerning Christ: “You are the Christ, the Son of the living God” (v. 16), the Lord was saying to Peter, “Blessed are you, Simon Bar–Jonah, for flesh and blood has not revealed this to you, but My Father who is in heaven” (v.
According to Your Word. Morning and Evening Through the New Testament, A Collection of Devotional... by Stephen Olford, Heather Olford