Championing a Faith That Works Anabaptist Voice is published quarterly and seeks to interpret Bible truth in a simple childlike way, and to apply Bible teaching to the lives of living saints in a practical manner.
Barnabas deserves a spot with other noted New Testament saints—a disciple of Jesus on the level with Paul, John, Peter, and James. Each generation in the ongoing march of the church needs more saints like Barnabas—people who give generously, and encourage others to persevere in the faith.
"It seems that when Paul said, do your best to come before winter—he was simply saying, Before winter, Timothy, or never! If you don't do it now; if you don't come before winter—it will be too late." This writing is a good lesson on commitment and brotherly love.
You have left Jerusalem, and now you are being sent to Judea/Samaria. Where are those areas, for you? Who will you meet there? You may well meet folks seeking after the Lord, ‘if haply they might find him.’ Look for the seekers in ethnic groups, soup kitchens, prisons and elderly care facilities.
And now "to the uttermost"--the unreached people groups. How many are there? Where will we find them? And to all who have heard the Great Co-Mission as given by our Lord: Will you be a Goer? Will you be a Sender? Or--will you be Disobedient?
Decisions, decisions! How can we know what is best to do? A ten-point checklist to help us make decisions according to our Lord's will. And a timely reminder at the end of the list: Although knowing His will is important, DOING His will is the mark of true wisdom.
Corinth was one of the great cities of the Roman Empire. The city was noted for its wealth, luxury, and immorality. Paul visited Corinth for the first time on his second missionary journey. He became acquainted with a couple named Aquila and Priscilla, and during his stay at Corinth.
Do you wish you knew how to show a bereaved friend that you care about their heart-deep anguish? From the depths of personal grief, experienced when death snatched two of his sons, David suggests ways to share the sorrow of those who mourn, including some advice on what not to do and say.