Like Dory we have wandered away from home. Like Dory we have forgotten who we were. Like Dory […]
October 31, 1517, Martin Luther nailed a document on the door of the church in Wittenberg to protest […]
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Malachi’s words for Old Testament priests could very well be a warning for modern preachers who talk more […]
Charles Spurgeon on preaching the gospel: If a man be truly called of God to the ministry, I […]
God didn’t show his face to Moses because he knew humanity would be tempted to make visual representations […]
John Stott: Herod and Pilate, Gentiles and Jews had together conspired against Jesus (Acts 4:27). More important still, […]
Where common memory is lacking, where people do not share in the same past, there can be no […]
Every now and then, people would come up to me and ask about prosperity gospel. That’s probably because […]
Ray Ortlund on Proverbs 1:8-19: Have you ever felt that envy and resentment deep inside? It is where […]
Joseph Loconte on the Great War: For the intellectual class as well as the ordinary man on the […]
Last week I received a message from a victory group leader asking what the Bible teaches about dreams and visions. We know about people in the Bible having significant dreams (like Joseph and Daniel) but does God still reveal things to us that way?
One of the fascinating books I read more than a year ago was Nabeel Qureshi’s “Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus” where he recounted his dream of standing outside a narrow door and not being able to get into a wedding feast; a dream he later realized was taken straight out of the parable of Jesus in Luke 12:22-29. Qureshi was a Muslim who had been wrestling with the decision to accept Christ but was held back by so much intellectual doubting. Seeing a series of three dreams was his final confirmation of the divinity of Jesus. Today, Qureshi is one of the itinerary speakers at the Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. (Edit: In September 16, 2017, Nabeel Qureshi died of stomach cancer).