Three Directing Words for the Feet
Bro. Burcham uncovers the powerful message behind the short command from Jesus, “Follow thou me,” recorded in the Gospel of John. Find out where He leads us, if we would follow Him, and what it means to truly follow Christ in today’s world.
Three Commanding Words for the Will
Learn the meaning behind Jesus’ command to Peter, “Feed my sheep.” Bro. Burcham instructs us on how to demonstrate our love for Christ through serving and shepherding others and how providing the proper diet and direction is essential for their spiritual development.
Three Searching Words for the Conscience
Discover the significance of a simple question in this article as Bro. Burcham continues his series on three-word phrases from the Gospel of John.
Three Encouraging Words for the Weary
Discover the three encouraging words that Jesus spoke to Peter that can give you hope and strength when you’re feeling weary and worn with the grind of life.
Three Cheering Words for the Mind
In the midst of unsettling times, these three cheering words of Jesus offer hope and comfort for the soul. While the world may be filled with turmoil and uncertainty, we can find peace in Christ and trust in His goodness and sovereignty. Read this article to discover what these cheering words for the mind are.
Three Gracious Words for the Spirit
Bro. Burcham explores the powerful impact of a simple phrase spoken by Jesus. Read the article to uncover the significance of these “Three Gracious Words for the Spirit.”
Three Precious Words for the Soul
Discover the power of the words in the Bible, and dive deeper into the significance of Jesus’ words “It is finished” in this article by Bro. Craig Burcham.
Three Measured Men
Bro. Burcham concludes his study on the phrase “these three” from the Word of God and encourages us to have the heart of God.
As we approach Christmas day, our attention is drawn to the events which surrounded the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ. In this article, Bro. Burcham teaches about one of the seven main characters found in Luke 2.
Three Great Days
Our thought for today comes from the testimony of Zacharias, the father of John the Baptist, who testified about the purpose of Christ’s coming.