1 Kings 8 takes us back to one of the most celebrated events in Jewish history. The Tabernacle of the wilderness had given way to the Temple in all of its magnificence and splendour. After seven long years of sacrifice … Read More
Recently my physician told me I really needed to start walking each day. Like so many of us, my flesh is growing… and it’s starting to take a toll on my well-being. My doctor said that I should view walking … Read More
An Early History of the New Brunswick Bible Institute By Mark Bredin (This address was originally given at the 50th anniversary celebration of NBBI in October 1994.) I am going to read from the Word of God in Deuteronomy chapter 8, pick … Read More
Nothing has so changed the course of humanity as the birth of Jesus Christ. He is the central figure in human history. His birth was unrivalled, His life was undefiled, His nature was divine, His message was the message of … Read More
By John Hoag Close to 2,500 years ago Jeremiah stood in the ashes of Mount Zion. The place of worship devalued by God’s people now had been totally desecrated by the enemy. The temporal things around him destroyed and desecrated, … Read More
19th-century preacher, Phillips Brooks, was known to be a quiet and even tempered man. However, even he suffered times of aggravation and irritability. One day a friend saw him anxiously pacing the floor like a caged animal. “What’s the trouble, Mr. Brooks?” he asked. “The trouble is that I am in a hurry, but God is not!” All of us can probably relate to this statement.