In Isaiah 40:3-5, Isaiah painted a grand mural of God’s glorious coming to earth. The word picture of God’s glory—His kabod—is vivid in Hebrew. In some contexts, this word means “to be heavy, weighty.” God is heavy with splendour and magnificence.
In contrast, man’s greatness is as insubstantial as a blade of grass that withers “when the breath of the Lord blows upon it” (Isaiah 40:7). Yet, how tempting it is to claim the credit ourselves for the mighty works God does in and around us.
|Part 1||March 26, 2015|
|Part 2||March 27, 2015|
|Part 3||March 30, 2015|
One Minute Message
It’s easy for a child of God to live like a child of the world, thinking because everyone’s doing it, it’s right. A wise person chooses to follow God’s way, even when it means standing alone.
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Paws & Tales
“We want a king like the other nations!” The nation of Israel turns its back on God's leadership and calls for a king to be chosen from among them. But following God's direction, the Prophet Samuel makes an unlikely choices—a man whose last job was rounding up wild donkeys!
INSIGHTS MAGAZINE CANADA
by Insight for Living
The death and resurrection of Jesus is the most important event in all human history. Understanding its significance requires reading and reflection. This three-week reading plan will help you to better understand and appreciate these events as you prepare for Easter.
Prediction and Preparation
Day 1 God’s plan for our redemption began before the world was formed (Ephesians 1:4; Revelation 13:8). What is God’s purpose in saving you?Read Full Article >
by Steve Johnson
This Easter, while commemorating Jesus' death, burial, and resurrection, why not celebrate yours as well? Make it a part of every Easter. Even better still, make it a part of the rest of your life.
Let me explain. One of the most important truths of Scripture is one of the least understood by believers today. The consequence is we risk living as victims instead of victors.Read Full Article >
by Robyn Roste
I remember it like it was yesterday, driving home early January 1, 2000 and gazing at the empty streets and closed businesses.
It seemed like a ghost town. Sure I knew I wasn’t witnessing the rapture in action or the end of the world. This was just a city recovering from millennium celebrations. So why was there a twinge of doubt in the back of my mind? My thoughts ranged from “Did Y2K really strike?” to “Why wasn’t I raptured with everyone else?”Read Full Article >
by Steve Johnson
What are the reference points for your life? How do you measure truth and meaning? Here are two essential reference points for life and truth, which is the focus of this issue of Insights.
1. Reference point of revelation—God reveals truth in the Bible.
The article, Not Buying Into the Hype says don’t set end-time dates or follow those who do. Don’t believe the hype and give in to fear. Do know your Bible. Do hope in Christ.Read Full Article >
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