“The harvest is past, the summer is ended, and we are not saved.”  (Jeremiah 8; Jeremiah 9)

“The harvest is past, the summer is ended, and we are not saved.”  (Jeremiah 8; Jeremiah 9)

Scripture reading – Jeremiah 8; Jeremiah 9 Click on this link to translate this Bible study into Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese, German, Spanish, French, or Portuguese. Jeremiah’s ministry to a nation facing God’s imminent judgment continued in Jeremiah 7. Jeremiah was...
Remember: God is Sovereign, and The Battle is the Lord’s (1 Kings 20)

Remember: God is Sovereign, and The Battle is the Lord’s (1 Kings 20)

Scripture reading – 1 Kings 20 Click on this link for translations of this Bible study.  Now, the LORD commanded Elijah to anoint three successors. Two were to become kings of Israel and Judah and then his replacement as the LORD’s prophet (1 Kings 19:15-21)....
Discouraged? Remember the Power of Faith and Fervent Prayer (1 Kings 18)

Discouraged? Remember the Power of Faith and Fervent Prayer (1 Kings 18)

Scripture reading – 1 Kings 18 Click on this link for translations of this Bible study.  The geographical setting of our Scripture reading continued in the northern ten Tribes now known as Israel. The time was during the reign of Ahab, the seventh king of the...
Have You Got Troubles? Take Courage and Hope in the LORD! (1 Kings 17)

Have You Got Troubles? Take Courage and Hope in the LORD! (1 Kings 17)

Scripture reading – 2 Chronicles 17; 1 Kings 17 Click on this link for translations of this Bible study.  This is the second of two daily Bible studies from today’s Scripture reading. This one is taken from 1 Kings 17.   In an earlier devotion, we were...
Are You a Feeble, Fickle, Frightened Believer? (2 Chronicles 13; 2 Chronicles 14)

Are You a Feeble, Fickle, Frightened Believer? (2 Chronicles 13; 2 Chronicles 14)

Scripture reading – 2 Chronicles 13; 2 Chronicles 14 Click on this link for translations of this Bible study. Our chronological study of the Scriptures brings us to 2 Chronicles 13 and 14. This parallels our earlier study in 1 Kings 15 but with some added detail...