Morning Light – March 5th, 2018 – Mark 02:  Healing and Forgiveness of Sin

Source: http://ift.tt/2FqXCz5 Today: [Mark 2] Healing and Forgiveness of Sin: In chapter 2 of Mark four men vandalize Peter’s house, breaking up the roof in order to get to Jesus. Rather than reproving them, Jesus marvels at their faith. When He heals the man, the scribes sitting nearby are exasperated because He equates healing with forgiveness of sins. This is still controversial today, because we are taught by religious authority that God always forgives sin, but He doesn’t always heal. If that is true then why does Jesus over and again equate healing and forgivenss of sin as the same … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – March 2nd, 2018 – Mark 1:  The Power of God Revealed in Christ

Source: http://ift.tt/2FeN71M Today: [Mark 1] The Power of God Revealed in Christ: In Mark chapter 1 we find the account of the beginning of Jesus’ earthly ministry. He is baptized of John in the Jordan, and after 40 days in the wilderness, comes out in the power of the Spirit, casting out devils and healing the sick. Before too many days pass, the crowds are so great that Jesus cannot enter into the city, but for the magnitude of the crowds must remain out in the open fields as miracle after miracle take place, galvanizing our faith and leaving us … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – March 2nd, 2018 – Matthew 28:  The Resurrection and the Great Commission

Source: http://ift.tt/2HVY4nx Today: [Matthew 28] The Resurrection and the Great Commission: In chapter 28 of Matthew an angel appears at the tomb of Jesus to reveal that Jesus has risen. The soldiers on guard are struck with amazement and the women fall at Jesus’ feet to worship Him. He instructs them to remind the disciples to meet Him in Galilee. At Galilee, Jesus gives proof of His resurrection to the doubting apostles, and commissions them, and by extension commands us as well to bring the message of the gospel to all the world. Listen Daily at: www.morninglightbiblestudy.com [Mat 28:1-20 KJV] … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – February 28th, 2018 – Matthew 27:  The Trial and Death of Jesus

Today: [Matthew 27] Today: [Matthew 27] The Trial and Death of Jesus: After apprehending Jesus in the garden He is led away to Pilate’s judgment hall. There Jesus is scourged and beaten so badly that He doesn’t have the strength to carry the timbers of the cross to the placed of the skull. The work of redemption is being carried out. The purchase price of our sin is being paid in blood from the body of Heaven’s Spotless Lamb. We stand by in mute witness to the awful scene, knowing it was our sin that necessitated what takes place this … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – February 27th, 2018 – Matthew 26 Part 2:  The Disciples Scatter as Jesus is Betrayed

Source: http://ift.tt/2HQFSeW Today: [Matthew 26] The Disciples Scatter as Jesus is Betrayed: In the conclusion of chapter 26 of Matthew Jesus warns the disciples that every one of them will forsake Him, even impetuous Peter. The Master takes them to a garden to pray and the disciples, overwhelmed with sorrow fall on sleep as Jesus prays alone until the soldiers come to take Him. What about you? Have you ever been a sleeping sentry, unable to tarry even one hour with the Master? As the curtain rises on this final episode of Jesus’ earthly life may we transparently see ourselves … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – February 26th, 2018 – Matthew 26 Part 1:  Jesus Offends His Own

Source: http://ift.tt/2osBhrj Today: [Matthew 26] Jesus Offends His Own: In chapter 26 of Matthew, Jesus allows a woman to pour over His head a very costly ointment as an act of worship. The disciples, including Judas are deeply offended at this and as a result Judas resolve is galvanized, that he will betray Jesus. At this very vulnerable moment, Jesus gathers the 12 and commits a covenantal act at the table of what we call the Last Supper, giving Himself not only to them but to all who would believe in His name, by the breaking of bread and distribution … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – February 23rd, 2018 – Matthew 25:  Jesus Teaches on Accountability

Source: http://ift.tt/2orUKHS Today: [Matthew 25] Jesus Teaches on Accountability: In chapter 25 of Matthew we find three accounts, or parables where Jesus emphasizes the requirement that believers walk in personal accountability in some very sensitive areas of life. What about you? Could you actually demonstrate and prove by your daily life that you are walking in personal accountability to Christ? Or are you simply seasoning your life with a spiritual condiment of considering yourself as being under Christ Lordship without actually being able to demonstrate that fact? Listen Daily at: www.morninglightbiblestudy.com [Mat 25:1-46 KJV] 1 Then shall the kingdom of … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – February 22nd, 2018 – Matthew 24:  Has this Chapter Already Come to Pass?

Source: http://ift.tt/2CzOylT Matthew 24 FATHER’S HEART MINISTRY·THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2018 Today: [Matthew 24] Has this Chapter Already Come to Pass? In chapter 24 of Matthew Jesus describes future events. Today there is a common consensus that all of these things spoken by Jesus have already happened. Is this true? Still others suggest that it is immature of us to look to end time events, that if we were REALLY spiritual we wouldn’t be concerned with any alleged second coming of Christ. Is this accurate? Are we simple minded to believe that Jesus will one day physically appear again in the … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – February 21st, 2018 – Matthew 23:  Does Your Righteousness Exceed that of the Pharisees?

Source: http://ift.tt/2GwB6lc Today: [Matthew 23] Does Your Righteousness Exceed that of the Pharisees? In chapter 23 of Matthew Jesus condemns the outward show of the religious pride of the Pharisees and scribes of His day. They looked good outwardly but in their private lives and heart of hearts were deeply corrupt. Because of this the culture of Judaism would ultimately reject Jesus and be scattered through all the world at the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD, a fate that could have been averted, and a sad example that Christianity should learn from lest we suffer the same fate. Listen … (click link or title to continue)