Eli was a father, priest, judge of Israel. In our test we see a remarkable statement of faith in light of the situation that led him to utter the words. How do we reconcile this verse with the obvious blind spots in Eli's integrity before the LORD? In this lesson we consider the complicated life of Eli.
In this lesson we consider a time when Jonah remembered the LORD in a very unique situation. What impact did this remembrance have on the wayward prophet? And what can we learn from the time Jonah remembered?
It's easy to become consumed by the trivial things when it comes to the church, especially when it comes to preachers & teachers. It's easy for preference or cult of personality to take precedence over weightier issues. However, in writing the church in Corinth (a church struggling with this very issue), he leaves a reminder for us to focus on the important thing: Jesus Christ and Him crucified!
One day can make a tremendous difference on one's life. Just ask any woman who is now a mother because one day she said "I do". But even more important, is the day one makes a decision to commit their life to Jesus as a disciple.