From our Devotional
The sons of Aaron, Nadab and Abihu, were chosen among the children of Israel to draw near to God and minister at His altar. Their responsibility was to burn incense before the LORD, but not haphazardly or impulsively. They were given clear divine instructions to follow in discharging their duties and in ministering to God.
One of the instructions given to Nadab and Abihu as God’s priests was that they must not offer strange fire before the LORD. The fire to use for burning incense must be taken from the altar. This fire came down from heaven and the priests were commanded to keep the fire burning perpetually on the altar (Lev. 6:8-9, 9:24)….read more
From our Blog
God’s best for you is His blessings and not occasional miracles. To have God’s blessing is infinitely bigger and better than having some miracles. While miracles are awesome, spectacular, and supernatural display of God’s glory and power, yet God does not intend for you to live on miracles daily.
The chief purpose of the finished work of Christ is not for you to receive, experience, or enjoy some occasional and temporary miracles in times of crises, but to make you a joint-heir of God’s blessing with Christ and thus walk in God’s blessing everyday of your life…read more
From our Bible Study
Paul went further to expose and correct the foolishness of the Galatians in seeking to earn their inheritance or blessing in Christ through allegiance or obedience to the law by presenting clearly to them the following vital truths.
First, the Promise of Salvation for all mankind through the Seed of Abraham God made to Abraham was not to the Jews but to Christ as the Seed of Abraham. Therefore, those who belong to Christ by putting faith in Him are the heirs of God’s spiritual promises to Abraham. The Gentiles don’t need to become like the Jews to inherit the blessings of Abraham. They only need to become God’s children through faith in Christ…read more