David’s Counsel to Jeduthun

       A problem which is not worth praying about is not worth discussing with others.  This is at the heart of David’s counsel to Jeduthun in Psalm 39 as he tackles the question of “How do you handle yourself with wisdom when your heart…

You Have Answered Me

       From Genesis to Revelation, the unanimous and abundant testimony of Scripture is that Jehovah hears and answers prayer.  Humanity’s entreaties, offered by faith and in accordance to God’s will, arise as a sweet-smelling aroma to the One who sits in utter sovereignty upon…

Privileges of Praying in Jesus’ Name

            If the only privilege that praying in Jesus’ name had to offer was access to the throne of God, it would still be utterly stupendous. The New Testament, however, declares it has additional privileges.    Send article as PDF   

One of the Privileges of Praying in Jesus’ Name

  Heaven is depicted in the Bible’s final book as a city with impregnable security. It has a great and high wall (Revelation 21:12) which makes it impossible for “anything that defiles, or causes an abomination or a lie” to enter (Revelation 21:27). Outside its…

When Humans Say “Amen”

            When spoken by sincere human lips, the word “amen” has the meaning of “so let it be!” When used properly, it is an indication of approval, confirmation, and support for something spoken or done. Regardless of whether the statement is a curse upon…