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In his verse by verse audio series on the book of Malachi, Dr. Donald Grey Barnhouse points out the great insight and conviction that this messenger's writings offer us today. You'll see how Malachi, a prophet in the days of Nehemiah, directs his cries of judgment to a people plagued with corrupt priests, wicked practices and a false sense of security in their relationship with God. Using the question-and-answer method, Malachi probes deeply into their problems of hypocrisy, infidelity, mixed marriages, divorce, false worship, and arrogance. So sinful has the nation become that God's words to the people no longer have any impact. Through Malachi, you'll see how God revealed his continuing love for Israel in spite of her disobedience, and be challenge to live a life that is holy and honoring to him. Listen on Sunday!

Also Airing on Sunday:
Every Last Word: "Anxious for Nothing" Luke 12:22-34
No Falling Word: "Renewing the Kingdom - Part 2" 1 Samuel 11:14
The Bible Study Hour: "Little Children and a Young Man" Matthew 19:13-30


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Revival!: God's Grace and Glory

Spring 2014 Australian PresbyterianIn a sense, revival is just many people in the one region becoming soundly joined to Christ. Jonathan Edwards famously described Northampton in 1735 as "Full of the presence of God". This was multifaceted in that it was fujll of love and yet full of distress. It is something that the church must pray for, but which she cannot bring about. The more she has tried to manufacture a revival, the worse the situation has become.

Click here to read more in the Spring 2014 issue.

Jesus' Life of Prayer -- By Jonathan Master - on Place for Truth

What is Theology About? -- By Donald MacLeod - on reformation21

A Christian Primer - The Incarnation -- Enjoy reading a sample chapter from this new Alliance publication by Timothy Cross, or purchase it from the Alliance’s ReformedResources.org


Jesus did not answer the Pharisees' question directly at first. Later he does (in verse 9). But here, instead of allowing the matter to be debated on their level - they were asking about the minimal grounds for divorce - Jesus raised the discussion to the level of God's original intention in marriage, directing his questioners to the first and second chapters of the Bible where the institution of the marriage relationship is found.More




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