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Thought For The Week

What Does “Blessed” Really Mean?

There is no better way for grandparents to love their grandchildren than to spend time with them making a memory. An ice cream or a toy doesn’t hurt either. Our God is like that. He loves us and wants to bless us. He does it both directly through his providence and indirectly through the people who he brings into our

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Thought For The Week

Jesus and Simon of Cyrene

The torture of the cross began with the condemned man carrying the crossbeam for his execution, to the killing grounds. It was a humiliating start to a drawn out and excruciating death. This is what we find Jesus doing in John 19:17. Flogged and beaten, there came a point when he could not go on and at which the soldiers

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Thought For The Week

Aligned with the Will of God

The reason for prayer is not so that our will is done in Heaven, but in order for God’s will to be done on earth.Jesus said, “If you abide in Me, and My words abide in you, you will ask what you desire, and it shall be done for you” (John 15:7 NKJV). Imagine for a moment that you’re in

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Past Issues of Gospel Herald

YHWH the Lord is My Strength

Introduction to Habakkuk There was a particularly hard year when my appreciation for Habakkuk grew immensely. Habakkuk’s resolve and capacity to face overwhelming events and discouraging prospects totally beyond his control yet with faith and trust in God, were particularly helpful in coping with multiple overwhelming situations beyond my control. I was, and am, inspired by Habakkuk’s courage and boldness

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Special Issues

The Value of Habakkuk for Us Today

Habakkuk 1 In preparation for each of this month’s articles, we encourage you to read the chapter in Habakkuk from which each is drawn. The relevance of this book is underscored by that fact that several New Testament letters quote Habakkuk 2:4 where the prophet declared that, “The righteous shall live by faith” – (Romans 1:17; Galatians 3:11 and Hebrews

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Past Issues of Gospel Herald

Waiting For an Answer From the Lord

Habakkuk 2 Waiting is often the hardest thing, unless it is waiting for the Lord, which is harder still. Habakkuk chapter 2 opens with the prophet “on hold.” He has had his say and suspects that he might have said too much. He is waiting for God to reply. He complained at first that Israelite society had gone from bad

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