After all, as He died, Jesus asked the same question we ask: "Why?"
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It is important to understand the story of the Bible because it is still going on today.
It's also useful for testing prophetic voices.
Invite your friends to take a walk through the Bible in a unique way.
Listen in for answers and what all this means for you.
But why would a man be doing a woman's job?
They'll help you avoid taking it for granted.
What sacrifices are we willing to make to see it happen in our city and nation?
Second Timothy 4:8 says a "crown of righteousness" will be given to all who "love His appearing."
Every revival in Israel from that point forward was tied to the restoration of David's order of worship, the tabernacle of David.
This is the pattern throughout history.
Nothing can threaten His rule.
Now is not the time to be binge-watching Netflix.
Just because the Scripture is unpopular does not mean it's irrelevant.
Jesus promises to make our obedience worthwhile.
Hint: This perspective defies the world's standards.
The main purpose of Revelation is not to give us a future-events puzzle to untangle.
For many years, I wondered why this event was even included in the Bible.
It wouldn't be too much of a stretch to think of Adam as a worship leader, not a gardener!
There's a difference between the story-based lesson found in a parable and the account of a true story.