Wednesday, August 31, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Book of Job
Chapter 8 Verses 13-15

13 So are the paths of all that forget God, and the
hypocrite’s hope shall perish.
14 His confidence also shall be cut off, and his
trust shall be as the house of a spider. (a)
15 He shall lean upon his house, but it shall not
stand: he shall hold him fast by it, yet shall it not

(a) Editor’s thought - Interesting analogy in that a spider’s web is sticky to catch it’s prey, yet can easily be brushed aside by the hand of man. In this case the wicked will be caught in his own web of lies and deceit, and will be torn asunder by the hand of God.

Related Scripture

Psalm 9:17;
Proverbs 4:14;
Psalm 50:22;
Deuteronomy 8:19;
Job 11:20;
Job 18:14;
Psalm 112:10;
Proverbs 10:28;
Joshua 23:16;
Psalm 1:6;
Psalm 37:20;
Luke 13:3;
Acts 13:41;
2 Peter 2:12;
Psalm 49:11-14;
Matthew 7:26-27;

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Book of Job
Chapter 7 Verse 17

17 What is man, that thou dost magnify him,
and that thou settest thine heart upon him?

Related Scripture

Psalm 8:4-6;
Psalm 144:3-4;
Hebrews 2:6-8;
Isaiah 63:8-9;
Ezekiel 34:30;
John 3:16;

Monday, August 29, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Book of Job
Chapter 6 Verses 24, 28

24 Teach me, and I will hold my tongue: and
cause me to understand, wherein I have erred
28 Now therefore be content to look upon me:
for I will not lie before your face.

Related Scripture

Psalm 25:4;
Psalm 34:11,13;
Psalm 119:108;
James 1:26;
1 Peter 3:10;
Psalm 119:132;
Proverbs 12:6;
Proverbs 14:5;
colossians 3:9;
James 3:14;

Sunday, August 28, 2011

The Sunday Sermon

Holiness - Chapter 1
(edited by RPW. Sr. )
by WT. Purkiser

“For I am the Lord that brought you out of the land of Egypt, to be your God,and that you should be holy, for I am holy.”
The Book of Leviticus Chapter 11 Verse 45

All Christian truth must be based on the teaching of the Bible. God has spoken in the Scriptures and has made known to us both His will for our lives and His provision for our needs. It is based upon the total thrust of the Scriptures. It is not merely a thread or line of truth running through the Word of God. It is rather a network of teaching which is an essential part of the fabric of the whole.

No important Bible truth depends on scattered and iso­lated proof texts. One man is said to have claimed that he could prove atheism from the Bible. He offered the text, "There is no God." What he did not say was that the context reads, "The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God" (Psalm 14:1).

The Bible is an amazingly realistic Book. It describes with great faithfulness the sorrows and sins, the struggles and hopes, the weakness and pain of the men and women who walk its pages. Yet through it all there shines a light of redemption and victory, the light of that "holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord" (Hebrews 12:14).

In swift strokes, the early chapters of Genesis paint the picture of creation and catastrophe, holiness given and holiness lost.

The Book of Genesis Chapter 3 tells us of the source of that corruption of our moral natures for which sanctification is the divine cure. Created in the image of God, but using the freedom which was part of that image to seek to "be as gods" (Genesis 3:5) themselves, Adam and Eve brought upon their descendants the corruption that comes to a branch cut off from the source of spiritual life in the Vine (John 15:1-6).

The man created in the image of God "begat a son in his own likeness, after his image" (Genesis 5:3) whose "every imagination( tendency, propensity, direction) of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually" (Genesis 6:5; Genesis 8:21). The sinful condition of the race is due to the depravity that comes from "deprivity," that is, human nature apart from the life of the Spirit.

Yet such is the marvel of God's love and patience that the very scene of human rebellion was the occasion for the first promise of divine redemption, of One who at the cost of His own suffering would crush the serpent's head (Genesis 3:15; Romans 16:20).

Through long centuries of preparation, the fact of God's holiness was revealed in a dozen different ways-by His wonderful works, by the awe men felt in His presence, by the ritual and sacrifices of Tabernacle and Temple, as well as by the prayers, aspirations, and proclamations of those men to whom God made himself known. God was seen to be, in Isaiah's favorite phrase, "the Holy One of Israel" (Isaiah1:4; Isaiah 5:19; Isaiah10:20; ). Holiness was seen to be the very inwardness of God's being. It is His nature, His "Godness."

Equally strong was the call for men who walked with God to be like Him in moral character. In the Old Testament, the familiar biblical term "sanctify" (102 times in various forms) often has the meaning we have come to attach to "consecrate." This is clearly true when men are told, as they frequently are, to sanctify themselves; to sanctify places, garments, altars, vessels, days, priests, and people to the Lord. The meaning is to separate or set apart as dedicated to God.

This is not the whole story, however. Present from the beginning, and growing stronger through the centuries, was the recognition that people who belong to God are not only consecrated but are to be different in a real and personal way. Ritual purity is symbolic of moral purity. The repeated command, "Ye shall be holy; for I the Lord your God am holy" (Leviticus 19:2; Leviticus 20:26), makes no distinction be­tween the holiness of God and the holiness of His people, and is set in the context of moral conduct in 1 Pet. 1:15-16.

It is clear, certainly, that the holiness possible to man is not a property of his own nature. It is God's gift. But even before the finished work of Christ on the Cross, it was possible for inspired writers to describe Noah as one who "found grace in the eyes of the Lord ... a just man and perfect in his generations" (Genesis. 6:8-9); to record God's command to Abraham, "Walk before me, and be thou perfect" (Genesis 17:1); and to speak of job as "perfect and upright" (Job 1:1, 8; Job 2:3).

Friday, August 26, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Book of Job
Chapter 6 Verses 9-10

9 That is, that God would destroy me: that he
would let his hand go, and cut me off.
10 Then should I yet have comfort, (though I burn
with sorrow, let him not spare) because I have not
denied the words of the Holy one.

Related Scripture

Acts 20:20. 27;
Mark 16:15;
Luke 4:18;
1 Corinthians 9:18;
Proverbs 30:7-9;
Joshua 24:27;
Matthew 10:33;
1 John 2:22-23;
Matthew 16:24-27;
Matthew 27:46;
Luke 23:46;

Editor’s thought - Suggested additional reading The Gospel of John Chapter 19, and The Gospel of Mark Chapter 15. Therein, one will find the ultimate suffering and sacrifice. This is to say that God, could have easily saved His Son from the Cross, yet, He did not. And Christ through all this, did not denounce His Father.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Book of Job
Chapter 5 Verse 21

21 Thou shalt be hid from the scourge of the
tongue, and thou shalt not be afraid of destruction
when it cometh.

Related Scripture

Psalm 41:5-11;
Psalm 109:20;
1 Peter 3:16;
Jeremiah 10:5;
Psalm 31:20;
Psalm 32:7;
Psalm 27:5;

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Book of Job
Chapter 5 Verse 19

19 He shall deliver thee in six troubles, and in
the seventh the evil shall not touch thee.

Related Scripture

Psalm 34:19;
1 Corinthians 10:13;
Proverbs 24:16;
Psalm 37:24;
Micah 7:8;

Suggested additional reading - Psalm 91

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Book of Job
Chapter 5 Verses 17-18

17 Behold, blessed is the man whom God correcteth:
therefore refuse not thou the chastising of
the Almighty.
18 For he maketh the wound, and bindeth it up:
he smiteth, and his hands make whole.

Related Scripture

Psalm 94:12;
Psalm 16:7;
Proverbs 3:11-12;
Psalm 25:12-15;
Psalm 119:71;
Hebrews 12:5-6;
Hebrews 10:32-33;
1 Peter 2:20;
1 Peter 3:14, 17;
Revelation 3:19;
Deuteronomy 32:39;
1 Samuel 2:6-7;
Isaiah 30:26;
Hosea 6:1;
Hosea 14:4;
Jeremiah 3:22;
Jeremiah 30:17;
Isaiah 57:14-19;

Sunday, August 21, 2011

The Sunday Sermon

by T.M. Anderson

"Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let
your requests be made known unto God."
The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Philippians Chapter 4 Verse 6

This timely exhortation stresses the fact that God's people should consult with Him in every
matter pertaining to life.( Isaiah 58:2) It is apparent that we cannot obtain the things essential to life unless we make everything pertaining to life a matter of earnest prayer. It is impossible to live a consistent Christian life in the sight of God by praying occasionally. Praying intermittently is certainly not praying incessantly and importunately. Such careless praying is not consistent with the exhortation to pray without ceasing. ( James 5:16; Luke 6:12;)

Persons praying spasmodically are like men that gorge themselves with food and drink on
special occasions and starve themselves between the feasts. We do not live from feast to famine
when we enter into a partnership with Christ in prayer. We are not disturbed by doubts and defeats when we make everything a matter of earnest prayer. (John 14:1, 27) We enjoy an unbroken fellowship with Christ when we make our requests known unto Him in daily prayer. He imparts to us the necessary strength to cope with the temptations ( 1 Corinthians 10:13) and trials incident to life in this benighted world when everything relating to life is made known unto Him in prayer. When the inspired Apostle said,". ..Let your requests be made known unto God," he was obviously emphasizing the importance of revealing to the Lord everything required to sustain us in life. We find it necessary to reveal both our spiritual and our temporal needs unto Him in prayer. Nothing pertaining to our life in this world is unimportant in the sight of God. He is interested in everything that concerns us in life. ( Matthew 6:31-34; Matthew 21:22;)

The Lord would have us understand that we obtain rest of soul when we enter into the
fellowship of prayer with Him. When Paul said, "Be careful for nothing. . . ," he revealed the true
rest of soul to be found in the covenant of prayer. He is urging us to lay aside our troublesome
cares and anxieties lest they hinder us in making our requests known unto the Lord. Paul was
saying in substance, "Be not anxiously solicitous; do not give place to trouble, no matter what
occurs; for anxiety cannot change the condition of things from bad to good, but will certainly injure your soul if you give place to it."

It is certainly true that we must cast our burdens and earthly concerns upon the Lord before we can make our requests known unto Him by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving. (Proverbs 3:5; Romans 12:16; Colossians 4:2;)

Suggested additional reading for today Psalm 142 and Psalm 143

Saturday, August 20, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Book of Job
Chapter 5 verses 10-16

10 He giveth rain upon the earth, and poureth
water upon the streets,
11 And setteth up on high them that be low, that
the sorrowful may be exalted to salvation.
12 He scattereth the devices of the crafty: so that
their hands cannot accomplish that which they do
13 He taketh the wise in their craftiness, and the
counsel of the wicked is made foolish.
14 They meet with darkness in the daytime, and
grope at noonday, as in the night.
15 But he saveth the poor from the sword, from
their mouth, and from the hand of the violent
16 So that the poor hath his hope, but iniquity
shall stop her mouth.

Related Scripture

Job 36:27-29;
Job 37:6-11;
Job 38:26;
Matthew 5:45;
Psalm 113:7;
Psalm 107:41-42;
1 Samuel 2:8;
Psalm 72:12-14;
Psalm 42:5;
Nehemiah 4:15;
Psalm 10:15;
Psalm 75:10;
Psalm 112:10;
Psalm 125:3;
1 Corinthians 3:19;
Job 37:24;
Isaiah 55:8-9;
Matthew 15:14;
2 Samuel 22:3;
Psalm 73:28;
Psalm 91:2;
Psalm 141:8;

Additional reading for today’s meditation The Book of Lamentations Chapter 3

Thursday, August 18, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Book of Job
Chapter 5 Verses 8-9

8 But I would inquire at God, and turn my talk
unto God:
9 Which doeth great things, and unsearchable,
and marvelous things without number.

Related Scripture

Isaiah 58:2;
1 Kings 8:61;
Ezekiel 20:18-19;
Psalm 69:32;
Psalm 22:26;
Psalm 34:2;
Jeremiah 14:22;
Psalm 135:5-7;
Job 28:26;
Psalm 86:10;
Isaiah 40:26;
Ephesians 3:9;

Suggested additional reading 1 Kings Chapter 17

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Book of Job
Chapter 5 Verses 2-3

2 Doubtless anger killeth the foolish, and envy
slayeth the idiot.
3 I have seen the foolish well rooted, and suddenly
I cursed his habitation,

Related Scripture

Titus 3:3;
Proverbs 14:30;
Proverbs 23:17;
Ezekiel 35:11;
Romans 1:29;
1 Timothy 6:4;
Psalm 37:1-2, 35-36;
Proverbs 3:31;
Jeremiah 12:1-3;
Habakkuk 1:4;
Malachi 3:15;
Proverbs 2:22;
Matthew 15:13;
Psalm 90:5;
Psalm 92:7;
1 Peter 1:24;

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Book of Job
Chapter 4 Verse 17

17 Shall man be more just than God? or shall a
man be more pure than his Maker?

Related Scripture

Romans 9:20-23;
Isaiah 29:16;
Jeremiah 18:6;

Monday, August 15, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Book of Job
Chapter 4 Verse 8

8 As I have seen, they that plow iniquity, and
sow wickedness, reap the same.

Related Scripture

Proverbs 22:8;
Hosea 10:13;
Galatians 6:7;
Hosea 8:7;
Proverbs 10:25;
Revelation 13:10;
Psalm 9:17;
Psalm 10:4, 13;
Ecclesiastes 8:13;

Additional suggested reading for today’s post Psalm 37

Sunday, August 14, 2011

The Sunday Sermon

Sermon 1 - A Psalm of Instruction
by Thomas Manton (edited)

1 Blessed is he whose wickedness is forgiven,
and whose sin is covered.
2 Blessed is the man, unto whom the Lord imputeth
not iniquity, and in whose spirit there is no guile.

The Book of Psalms Chapter 32 Verses 1-2

The title of this Psalm is, A Psalm of instruction, so called, because David was willing to shew the way to happiness from his own experience. And surely no lesson is so needful to be learned as this. We all would be happy. The good and bad, that so seldom agree in anything, yet agree in this, a desire to be happy. Now happy we cannot be but in God, who is the only immutable, eternal and all-sufficient God, which satisfies and fills up all the capacities and desires of our souls. And we are debarred from access to him by sin, which hath made a breach and separation between him and us and till that be taken away, there can be no converse and sin can only be taken away by God's pardon upon Christ's satisfaction. God's pardon is clearly asserted by my text, but Christ's satisfaction must be supplied out of other scriptures. As that 2 Corinthians 5:19 God was in Christ reconciling the world to himself, not imputing their trespasses to them. Where the apostle clearly shews, that not imputing transgressions is the effect of God's grace in Christ. And we do no wrong to this text to take it in here, for the apostle citing this scripture, Romans 4:6-7 tell us that David describes the blessedness of the man unto whom the Lord imputes righteousness without works, when he saith, blessed are they whose iniquities are forgiven, whose sin is covered. Blessed is the man to whom the Lord will not impute sin.

In the words you have;
1. An emphatical setting forth of a great and blessed privilege, that is, pardon of sin.
2. A description of the persons, who shall enjoy it, namely, such, in whose spirit there is no guile.

The privilege is that I shall confine my thoughts to. It is set forth in three expressions, forgiving, transgression, covering of sin and not imputing iniquity. The manner of speech is warm and vehement, it is repeated over again, blessed is the man.

I shall shew what these three expressions import, why the prophet doth use such vehemence in setting forth this privilege.

1. Whose transgression is forgiven, or who is eased of his transgression. Where sin is compared to a burden too heavy for us to bear, as also it is in other scriptures, Matthew 11:28 Come to me all ye that are weary and heavy laden.
2. Whose sin is covered, alluding to the covering of filth, or the removing of that which is offensive out of sight.
3. The third expression is, to whom the Lord imputes no sin, that is, doth not put sin to their account. Where sin is compared to a debt, as it is also in the Lord's prayer, Matthew 6:12 Forgive us our debts, as we also forgive our debtors. Thus is the act set forth.

The object of pardon is set forth under divers expressions, iniquity, transgression and sin. When God proclaims his name, the same words are used, Exodus 24:7 - Taking away iniquity, transgression and sin.

We have seen the meaning of the expression. But why doth the man of God use such vehemence of inculcation, blessed is the man, and again, blessed is the man Partly with respect to his own case. David knew how sweet it was to have sin pardoned, he had felt the bitterness of sin in his own soul, to the drying up of his blood and therefore he doth express his sense of pardon in the most lively terms and partly with respect to those for whose use this instruction was written, that they might not look upon it as a light and trivial thing, but be thoroughly apprehensive of the worth of so great a privilege. Blessed, happy, thrice happy, they who have obtained pardon of their sins and justification by Jesus Christ. That it is a great step towards, yea, a considerable part of our blessedness, to obtain the pardon of our sins by Christ Jesus.

Additional reading on which to meditate on the above sermon - The Epistle to the Hebrews Chapter 10

Saturday, August 13, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Book of Job
Chapter 4 Verse 6

6 Is not this thy fear, thy confidence, thy patience,
and uprightness of thy ways?

Related Scripture

Proverbs 3:24-26;
Isaiah 26:7;
Psalm 91:14-15;
1 Peter 3:14-17;
Psalm 11:7;
Psalm 18:25;

Friday, August 12, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Book of Job
Chapter 4 Verse 3-4

3 Behold, thou hast taught many, and hast
strengthened the weary hands.
4 Thy words have confirmed him that was falling,
and thou hast strengthened the weak knees.

Related Scripture

Isaiah 35:3-4;
Psalm 145:19;
Hebrews 12:12;
1 Peter 5:10;
Zechariah 10:12;
Psalm 27:14;
Psalm 41:3;
Psalm 119:28;
Isaiah 41:10;
Luke 22:32;

Thursday, August 11, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Book of Job
Chapter 2 Verse 10

10 But he said unto her, Thou speakest like a
foolish woman: what? shall we receive good at the
hand of God, and not receive evil? In all this did
not Job sin with his lips.

Related Scripture

Hebrews 12:6-11;
James 5:10-11;
2 Thessalonians 1:4;
Colossians 1:11;
Revelation 13:10;
Revelation 3:19;
Psalm 94:12;
James 1:12;
Luke 6:22-23;
1 Peter 3:14-15;
1 Peter 4:12-16;

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Book of Job
Chapter 1 Verses 12-22

12 Then the Lord said unto Satan, Lo, all that he
hath is in thine hand: only upon himself shalt thou
not stretch out thine hand. So Satan departed from
the presence of the Lord.
13 And on a day, when his sons and his daughters
were eating and drinking wine in their eldest
brother’s house,
14 There came a messenger unto Job, and said,
The oxen were plowing, and the asses feeding in
their places,
15 And the Sabeans came violently, and took them:
yea, they have slain the servants with the edge of the
sword: but I only am escaped alone to tell thee.
16 And while he was yet speaking, another came,
and said, The fire of God is fallen from the heaven,
and hath burnt up the sheep and the servants, and
devoured them: but I only am escaped alone to
tell thee.
17 And while he was yet speaking, another came,
and said, The Chaldeans set on three bands, and fell
upon the camels, and have taken them, and have slain
the servants with the edge of the sword: but I only
am escaped alone to tell thee.
18 And while he was yet speaking, came another,
and said, Thy sons, and thy daughters were eating,
and drinking wine in their eldest brother’s
19 And behold, there came a great wind from
beyond the wilderness, and smote the four corners
of the house, which fell upon the children, and they
are dead, and I only am escaped alone to tell thee.
20 Then Job arose, and rent his garment, and
shaved his head, and fell down upon the ground,
and worshiped,
21 And said, Naked came I out of my mother’s
womb, and naked shall I return thither: the Lord
hath given, and the Lord hath taken it: blessed be
the Name of the Lord.
22 In all this did not Job sin, nor charge God

Related Scripture

Genesis 37:29, 34;
Exodus 34:8;
Joshua 7:6;
Ezra 9:3;
1 Peter 5:6;
Ecclesiastes 5:14, 19;
1 Timothy 6:7;
Psalm 49:17;
James 1:17;
Genesis 31:16;
1 Samuel 2:6;
Ephesians 5:20;
1 Thessalonians 5:18;
Ezekiel 3:21;
Psalm 119:11;
Romans 6:12;

Monday, August 8, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Book of Job
Chapter 1 Verses 6, 9-10;

6 Now on a day when the children of God
came and stood before the Lord, Satan came also
among them. (a)
9 Then Satan answered the Lord, and said, Doth
Job fear God for nought?
10 Hast thou not made an hedge about him and
about his house, and about all that he hath on every
side? thou hast blessed the work of his hands, and
his substance is increased in the land.

Related Scripture

Job 29:2-6;
Psalm 34:7;
Daniel 6:22;
2 Kings 6:16-17;
Isaiah 5:2;
Micah 7:7-8;
Mark 12:1;
Psalm 128:1-4;
Proverbs 10:16, 22;

Additional suggested reading on which to meditate - Psalm 91

(a) Editor’s note - In the Geneva translation there is a notation made that I found of interest;

“This declareth, that although Satan be adversary to God, yet he
is compelled to obey him, and do him all homage, without whose
permission and appointment he can do nothing.”

Basically, even Satan himself is under God’s command, and as such cannot rule as he would wish, without God’s consent. I am sure this would open a debate, but such is not my goal, I am merely repeating something here that has perked my mind into thinking.

Saturday, August 6, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Book of Job
Chapter 1 Verse 8

8 And the Lord said unto Satan, Hast thou not
considered my servant Job, how none is like him in
the earth? an upright and just man, one that feareth
God, and escheweth evil?

Related Scripture

Genesis 15:6;
Galatians 3:6;
Job 12:4;
Proverbs 29:10, 27;
Isaiah 26:7;
Genesis 42:18;
Ecclesiastes 12:13;
1 Peter 2:17;
Ephesians 4:31;
Colossians 3:8;
James 4:11;
Titus 3:2-3;

Friday, August 5, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Book of Job
Chapter 1 Verse 5

5 And when the days of their banqueting were
gone about, Job sent, and sanctified them, and rose
up early in the morning, and offered burnt offerings
according to the number of them all. For Job thought,
It may be that my sons have sinned, and blasphemed
God in their hearts, thus did Job every day.

Related Scripture

Leviticus 8:10;
1 Samuel 16:5;
Genesis 8:20-21;
Micah 6:6-8;
Luke 9:23;
Hebrews 13:15;

Thursday, August 4, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Ephesians
Chapter 6 Verse 18

18 And pray always with all manner prayer and
supplication in the spirit: and watch thereunto with
all perseverance and supplication for all Saints

Related Scripture

Luke 18:1;
Colossians 1:3;
Colossians 4:2;
1 Thessalonians 5:17;
Acts 18:25;
1 Peter 3:18;
Matthew 26:41;
Luke 22:40;
Philippians 1:4;
Ephesians 1:16;
Luke 6:12;
Acts 1:14;
Romans 12:12;
Colossians 4:2;
1 Kings 8:52;
Psalm 6:9;
Philippians 4:6;
James 5:16;
John 17:9;

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Ephesians
Chapter 6 Verse 17

17 And take the helmet of Salvation, and the
sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God.

Related Scripture

1 Thessalonians 5:8;
Isaiah 59:17;
Isaiah 49:2;
Hosea 6:5;
Hebrews 4:12;
Revelation 1:16;
Revelation 19:15, 21;

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Ephesians
Chapter 6 Verse 16

16 Above all, take the shield of Faith, wherewith
ye may quench all the fiery darts of the wicked

Related Scripture

1 John 5:4-5;
Genesis 15:1;
2 Samuel 22:3;
Psalm 3:3;
Psalm 5:12;
Psalm 18:35;
Psalm 28:7;
Proverbs 30:5;

Monday, August 1, 2011

The Daily Meditation

The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Ephesians
Chapter 6 Verse 15

15 And your feet shod with the preparation of
the Gospel of peace.

Related Scripture

Isaiah 52:7;
Isaiah 26:3;
Romans 10:15;
Mark 16:15;
Mark 13:11;
1 Peter 2:12;