The Maker of All

  The rich and the poor meet together; the Lord is the maker of them all. —Proverbs 22:2 From John Gill’s Exposition of the Entire Bible found at StudyLight.org: They meet together in all places of the earth; go where you will, there are rich and poor. The godly rich and poor meet together in one … More The Maker of All

Seeing God’s hand moving behind the scenes

Bob Deffinbaugh comments: A slight shift in the events recorded in Esther would have doomed the Jews, except as Mordecai said, “help would come from someplace else.” Nevertheless, success in the small details mattered. As an Agagite, Haman may well have used his position against the Jews at the first provocation, whether it came from … More Seeing God’s hand moving behind the scenes

Ruth: it’s a story for people who can’t imagine that anything great could ever come of their ordinary lives of faith.

We start reading the book of Ruth today, one of my favorite stories. Ruth: Sweet and Bitter Providence, sermon by John Piper It’s a story that shows how “God moves in a mysterious way, his wonders to perform.” It’s a story for people who wonder where God is when there are no dreams or visions … More Ruth: it’s a story for people who can’t imagine that anything great could ever come of their ordinary lives of faith.

How much more will He supply the need of those who trust Him?

J.C. Ryle on Mark 8:1-8- …with Christ nothing is impossible. The disciples said, “But where in this remote place can anyone get enough bread to feed them?” They might well say so. Without the hand of Him who first made the world out of nothing, the thing could not be. But in the almighty hands … More How much more will He supply the need of those who trust Him?

Mercy and grace to spare

J.C. Ryle on Mark 8:1-8- …with Christ nothing is impossible. The disciples said, “But where in this remote place can anyone get enough bread to feed them?” They might well say so. Without the hand of Him who first made the world out of nothing, the thing could not be. But in the almighty hands … More Mercy and grace to spare