This Month's Featured Article

From our Sponsors

previous arrow
A Closer Look at Christ – June 15-16, 2024
Key Day
Job Postings
Register Now for Camp Omagh
Great Lakes Christian High School – Teacher Ad
True North Helping Hands
Great Lakes Bible College Course
BibleTalkAd1
Parish House Minister
The Book
The Climax of God’s Mission
Anjul Enterprises
Broker Force
Grove Park Home
next arrow

Latest Articles in The Gospel Herald

Bible Study Resources

“My God, My God”

Psalm 22 It is normally best to examine the original context of an Old Testament passage before looking at the New Testament use of the passage or at its application in our own lives. But in the context of this series of brief articles on the Psalms, that will not always be possible. The darkest moment in history came when

Read Article »
Bible Study Resources

Psalm 21:1-13

O Lord, in your strength the king rejoices, and in your salvation how greatly he exults! 2 You have given him his heart’s desire and have not withheld the request of his lips. 3 For you meet him with rich blessings; you set a crown of fine gold upon his head. 4 He asked life of you; you gave it

Read Article »
Bible Study Resources

In God We Trust – Psalm 20

Let us first consider how this psalm may have been used in Israel. The background of Psalm 20 is best understood by reading 2 Chronicles 20. Israel was a tiny nation. Powerful enemies surrounded it. It was a crossroads nation. When the major empires of the time went to fight one another, they often met in or near the Promised

Read Article »
Bible Study Resources

His Word and Our Response: Psalm 19

By “word” we often mean communication in a broader sense than oral or written communication. That certainly is the case when we read Psalm 19. Even wordless communication is included. The theme of this Psalm is the revelation of God and our response to it. The Word of Nature The word of God through nature reveals his existence and greatness.

Read Article »
Monthly Editorial

I Am Not Ashamed of the Gospel – Part 2

(A discussion of the contents of the Gospel) Text.: Romans 1:16-23 In our first article, we discussed some reasons that a Christian might be tempted to be ashamed of the Gospel. After all, the gospel of Jesus Christ is objective in nature, antithetical in function and absolute in scope and permanence. It is a ‘hard sell’ to those accustomed to:

Read Article »
General Articles

BAPTISM, GOD’S MOMENT OF GRACE:

TWENTY-ONE THINGS THAT HAPPEN AT BAPTISM Baptism, and God the Son The car’s ignition draws my attention: multiple circuits spring together into action when the ignition is turned on, and these circuits interact so that the car “runs!” While a limited analogy, this intricate cooperation reminds me of the shared actions of the Persons of the God-head at baptism, as

Read Article »
General Articles

Glory to Jesus, the King of Kings and the Lord of lords!

Luke 19:28-44 records theTriumphal Entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. This event had been prophesied for centuries and anyone familiar with the Scriptures should have expected and welcomed it. And yet, some didn’t seem to get it or at least, not willing to accept it. Why was that? What was going on? After telling “The Parable of the Ten Minas” (Luke

Read Article »
General Articles

WE CAN DO IT!

In my last month of high school, I signed up for a high-jumping contest. As the bar kept being raised, contestants were eliminated when they failed to jump over it. Finally, only two of us were left: one tall girl and me. “Can I do it?” The question bit my enthusiasm, but I decided to give it my best. Somehow,

Read Article »
General Articles

What is Freedom?  

This question has been pondered and asked constantly for many centuries, and just over two years ago there was a group called the Freedom Convoy who gathered in Ottawa because they felt their livelihoods were being taken away  due to severe government restrictions. This made more than a few people stop and think about the idea of freedom, and not

Read Article »
General Articles

Who Am I?

In 1 Chronicles 29 David was approaching the end of his life. He was committed to build a temple for God to dwell in but God decided that it was David’s son, Solomon, who would do so. (1 Chronicles 28:6). So, in 1 Chronicles 28:11-22, David chargesmSolomon, to build the temple. He gave him the necessary plans to build it

Read Article »
Bible Study Resources

My Rock, Fortress, Deliverer – Psalm 18

How can we feel sure of our situation with God? How can we even understand God’s will? How can we be sure that we will be delivered from destruction or temptation? We know that others have fallen away. How can we know that this will not happen to us? We are warned in 1 Corinthians 9:27 to discipline ourselves lest

Read Article »
Bible Study Resources

Hear My Cause – Psalm 17

Let us begin by noticing the two-fold basis for this prayer. Innocence The innocence of the one offering the prayer is one basis. He states his innocence repeatedly. In verse 1 he says, “Hear a just cause, O Lord; attend to my cry! Give ear to my prayer from lips free of deceit!” In verse 3 he claims innocence again,

Read Article »