Posts by Wayne Brewer

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THE MERCY OF THE LORD

by Wayne Brewer

    Throughout the history of the Old Testament the people of God often found themselves in very difficult situations and quite often the reason was because they forgot who they were. They became so involved in this world that their identity became blurred to them and to everyone else around them. What they came to need […]

    THE BIBLE OR OPINION, WHICH?

    by Wayne Brewer

      “All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work” (2 Timothy 3:16-17). This passage lays the foundation principle regarding the fact that the Bible is the authority by which the church worships and works. […]

      BAPTISM WITHOUT REPENTANCE

      by Wayne Brewer

        On one occasion when multitudes of people came out to Jesus in order that they might be baptized by him and He said to them: “Brood of vipers. Who warned you to flee from the wrath to come? Therefore bear fruits worthy of repentance … ” (Luke 3:7-8). One would think that Jesus would have […]

        DAVID SOUGHT THE COUNSEL OF GOD

        by Wayne Brewer

          One of the great characteristics of David is found in these sacred words; “David inquired of the Lord” (1 Samuel 23:2,4). The Word of God expresses more than once the fact that David did something very important and that was to consult the will of God to be able to know the wisdom and to […]

          THE HEART OF MAN

          by Wayne Brewer

            God created man in his image spiritually (Genesis 1:26-27) and this means that human beings have the capacity to think and make decisions, to have a will or volition and a disposition or attitude with respect to the will, and to be able to love, repent, and change one’s mind. The seat of the capacity […]

            HE DOES GREAT THINGS PAST FINDING OUT

            by Wayne Brewer

              Job of the Old Testament is known for his tremendous faith in the midst of his incredible suffering. While the reader of Job is able to know from the beginning the background and context of the narrative, Job did not. Job was a man living his life and things were happening to him and God […]

              IN THE HEARING OF ALL

              by Wayne Brewer

                Jeremiah one of the great prophets of God was imprisoned because of his faith, but that did not deter him from being able to communicate the Word of the Lord as he still he had a burning desire that the Word of God should be read to Judah. “And Jeremiah commanded Baruch, saying, ‘I am […]

                THE MANIFOLD SUPPORT OF THE LORD’S CHURCH

                by Wayne Brewer

                  The apostle Paul used the word “manifold” to describe the wisdom of God and the responsibility that the church has to make it known to the world. To the Ephesians Paul wrote, “To the intent that now the manifold wisdom of God might be made known by the church to the principalities and powers in […]

                  WHERE ARE YOU COMFORTABLE?

                  by Wayne Brewer

                    The earthly life takes us to so many different places in this world because we still live in the physical body and also have to fulfill the duties and responsibilities of the earth life. The apostle Paul knew well that continuing to live daily upon this earth and as a Christian meant there were certain […]

                    DWELLING TOGETHER IN UNITY

                    by Wayne Brewer

                      The Psalmist wrote: “Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity” (Psalm 133:1). David knew the great joy and comfort of having unity with his brethren, and he also knew the pain of discord such as with Saul and his men as they sought to kill David (1 […]