Morning Light Bible Study

Morning Light – August 3rd, 2016:  The 1000 Year Day of God

Morning Light – August 3rd, 2016 Today: [Psalm 90] The 1000 Year Day of God. In Psalm 90 we find two very influential verses about God’s calculation of time and also a promise of human longevity. This psalm, written by Moses reflects in character and structure the Lord’s prayer. It compels us to look up from the myopia of focus upon our immediate personal lives and to take a generational view over time of God’s plan and our place in the kingdom. [Psa 90:1-17 KJV] 1 [[A Prayer of Moses the man of God.]] Lord, thou hast been our dwelling … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – August 2nd, 2016:  Does God Ever Choose to Deny His Promises?

Morning Light – August 2nd, 2016 Today: [Psalm 89] Does God Ever Choose to Deny His Promises? Psalm 89 is a psalm of God’s covenantal goodness and faithfulness. Because of the fall of man God brought a covenant between Himself and those who choose to believe in Him. That covenant places expectations upon what He will and won’t do in your life in different circumstances. Many believe that God can and will ignore His own word for various reasons. Is this a valid assertion? If in fact God will arbitrarily suspend His own promise to you – where is the … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – August 1st, 2016:  The Foundation of God and is Hell a Reality?

Morning Light – August 1st, 2016 Today: [Psalm 87-88] The Foundation of God and is Hell a Reality? In Psalm 87 we see the foundation of God celebrated by the writer. Modern theology suggests that the foundation of God is doctrinal in nature. Yet the scriptures plainly teach that the church is not build on doctrine but upon the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ being the chief cornerstone. The idea of apostles and prophets are almost wholly rejected by even the Evangelical church today. As such in this regard we find that Christian culture as a whole is almost totally … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – July 29th, 2016: Praying Through Delays

Morning Light – July 29th, 2016 Today: [Psalm 85-86] Praying Through Delays. In these 2 chapters we see the importance of praying through seeming delays in deliverance. We often fall prey to the intimidation of Satan against us in a time of pressure and trial. The enemy wants us to think that he is all powerful but there are boundaries that God will never allow Satan to cross. Jesus taught ongoing, consistent and faith filled prayer as a key to deliverance. As we maintain faithfulness in the midst of a difficult situation the answer will never fail to come. [Psa … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – July 28th, 2016:  How to Pray in the Midst of Contention

Morning Light – July 28th, 2016 Today: [Psalm 83-84] How to Pray in the Midst of Contention. In Psa. 83 we see that the people of God are under attack. In this last psalm of Asaph we learn how to pray a battle prayer. There is a such thing as warring in prayer through difficult situations. In this psalm the overarching theme is not about asking God to take your side. Rather the prayer of Asaph is that God would get glory to His name in the midst of conflict. [Psa 83:1-18 KJV] 1 [[A Song [or] Psalm of Asaph.]] … (click link or title to continue)

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