Ingimar DeRidder

Tongues

A Lesson from James to the Churches Watch out when tongues get loose. They can do a lot of damage. Nothing saddens the heart more than to hear of local churches divided, broken and destroyed by the Devil. It is especially sad when good churches are needed to be winning souls for Christ. The Devil has many devices which he uses to split a church and to divide one brother from another. Let there be no mistake about it, the Devil hates the church. Today, a churc...

Can You Hear Me Now?

“The LORD answered him not.” (1 Sam. 28:6) Saul was trying to reach God and nothing worked.  I cannot think of anything more horrible.  If God is the Word, nothing in this life is more serious than silence.  The first time the astronauts circled the moon controllers had to endure a awful period of silence and a blackout of radio transmission.  The moon itself came between those men and all that were on earth.  Thankfully, the silence was broken and...

Sense and Nonsense

And it came to pass, that as he was come nigh unto Jericho, a certain blind man sat by the way side begging: And hearing the multitude pass by, he asked what it meant.  Luke 18:35-36 He could not see, but he could hear. That means that he still had some sense. We are supposed to have five: taste, touch, hearing, seeing, and smell. Once I had no sense for spiritual things. Bartimaeus could not see, but he could hear. God always works with what we have, not with what we don’...

Let My People Go!

Satan, like Pharaoh, does not want you to "Go." The message was clear and simple, "Let my people go that they may hold a feast unto me in the wilderness" (Ex. 5:2). After it became obvious that Moses was not going to give up, Pharaoh attempted to negotiate. Satan also wants us to settle for something less than full salvation. He offered four alternative proposals to substitute for God’s plan. 1. Stay in Egypt. Stay "in the land" Ex. 8:25. It was as if h...
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