Every Knee Shall Bow

Christ’s Inheritance “That also he should gather together in one the children of God that were scattered abroad” (John 11:52). Robert Brand Listen to audio:  When we look forward to the blessings of the Kingdom and joint heirship with the Lord, we must remember the pivotal significance of the life, and death, of Jesus Christ. Without his faithfulness, there would be no resurrection of the dead, and no hope at all for the future. Joint‑Heirs with Christ Romans 8:16-17 says “The Spirit []

God’s Inheritance

What God Obtains “Blessed be Egypt my people, and Assyria the work of my hands, and Israel mine inheritance” (Isaiah 19:25). Listen to audio:  God’s Inheritance? From whom might God inherit anything? Most often, we think of inheriting possessions from someone who went before us, those from whom we receive our heritage. But from whom might God inherit? In the Old Testament, the word often translated inheritance means “property,” “portion,” or “share.” The implication is that this “portion” is something that has []

In the Beginning

The Resurrection Listen to audio: Who would not love to see their loved ones back from the dead? But the is to be “each in his own order,” as delineated in these articles. “Resurrection Means Hope” focuses attention on the Resurrection as something no one should dread, but as something that offers hope for all. “By One Man Came the Resurrection” shows from the Scriptures how Jesus Christ and his sacrifice for sin are the basis for the resurrection hope. If Christ died once []