Daily Devotion

Rev. William Ilnisky Scripture : LUKE 3:21-22! The thinkers of the church have always looked for an answer to the question, "Why did Jesus go to John to be baptized?" The baptisms of John were of repentance, and it is our conviction that Jesus was...

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Rev. William Ilnisky Scripture: Hebrews 6:19-20 In the ancient world, the anchor was a symbol of hope. The writer of Hebrews insists that believers possess the greatest hope in the world. The hope that all things will be subordinated to the Son...

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Rev. William Ilnisky Scripture : Hebrews 6:17-18 The implication here is that God, even though He is not like men, confirmed His promise to Abraham, and his descendants by an oath. That oath underscored God's unchangeableness, "the immutability of...

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Rev. William Ilnisky Scripture: TITUS 2:13 The English word "hope" is translated from the Greek meaning "A CONFIDENT EXPECTATION." The believer is to confidently expect (i. e., to have full assurance without doubt) that the Lord will fulfill every...

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Rev. William Ilnisky Scripture: Romans 15:13 Paul had a beautiful way of concluding an argument with a benediction. Here it is: "The God of hope." There is nothing hopeless about the Christian experience. "The God of hope" is both the One who gives...

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Luke 3: 19 -20 --- John was so plain and blunt a preacher of righteousness that he was bound to run into trouble. In the end, Herod arrested him. Josephus says the reason for the arrest was that Herod "feared lest the great influence John had over...

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