The Feeding House Ministries, is a teaching ministry that focuses on your soul and your eternal destination.
Mission: As members of "The Feeding House Ministries, Inc." we join ourselves together as a body of Christian believers to seek personal and spiritual growth, by studying to show ourselves approved...rightly dividing the word of truth (2 Timothy 2;15). We strive to uphold a unity, based on the lordship of Jesus Christ, guided by biblical principles and moral laws of God. We affirm our commitment to the triune God, perfectly revealed in Jesus Christ. We recognize that the biblical standards for life within the body of believers are necessary bases upon which to live. We dedicate ourselves to individual, personal, and spiritual growth, and the building of a Christ-centered Bible teaching ministry that will provide spiritual nurture for all. We seek to honor Christ by integrating faith, learning, and living , as we reflect the process of maturing in Him. We choose to make decisions motivated by unselfish love and divine truth. We desire to feed God's lambs and feed God's sheep according to John 21:15-17, and to preach the word of God, being persistent, whether the time is favorable or not, and to patiently correct, rebuke, and encourage our people with good teaching (2 Timothy 4:2), and then carry out the Great Commission of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ (Matthew 28: 19-20).
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Proverbs 20:6 Most men will proclaim each his own goodness, But who can find a faithful man?
Stay alert to hollow claims of loyalty or unfailing love, because a faithful person, a truly loyal person is rare. Many people claim to be loyal, many people claim to be faithful friends or totally devoted to a cause, but it’s hard to find someone who can really be trusted. The verse’s reference to goodness points to loyalty, steadfastness, or faithfulness, and countless people boast of their steadfast love or undying friendship. They vow that they would never betray you or turn against you. And many who make such claims honestly believe they will be loyal to the point of death. The Apostle Peter is a perfect example of this. He boasted that he would never betray Jesus, that he would, in fact, be willing to die with Him. Certainly, Peter believed that he would stand by Jesus to the end, but he didn’t. He utterly failed. In reality, very few people can be trusted and depended upon to be unfailingly true, unfailingly faithful. Anyone is capable of turning under the right circumstances. Some people, however, are intentionally deceitful. They promise their loyalty to you with the evil intention of eventually hurting you. Or they use you to their advantage. When they’ve gotten everything they can from you, they toss you aside to prey on somebody else. Very simply, most men will proclaim each his own goodness, But who can find a faithful man? Amen1 For sermons visit YouTube Evelyn Craighead and click subscribe.
Proverbs 26:12 Do you see a man wise in his own eyes? There is more hope for a fool than for him.
A fool has more hope for change than the prideful and conceited. It’s easy to study the description of the fool’s ways, and then utter the prideful prayer of the Pharisee—God, I thank You, that I am not as other men. But notice this—a fool has more hope for change than those who are prideful in their own righteousness! Throughout Proverbs, fools are presented as beyond the reach of wisdom because they have totally rejected wisdom. But now, Scripture addresses a class of people who are more hopeless than fools—those who are wise in their own eyes. The prideful and conceited feel self-sufficient and sense little, if any need for God. Tragically, they feel as though they are better than others. They are beyond hope because they are blind to their own faults and sins. We need to study the ways of fools in order to know how to recognize them and be able to deal with them. But we should also study the ways of fools for another, more important reason—we must guard against the foolish ways of this world otherwise we stumble and fall or become corrupted by them. As we conclude the point on the ways of a fool, we need to act wisely. In fact, we need to do the very opposite of what a fool does—that of living in a way that is worthy of honor—ignoring foolish curses pronounced on others, and rejecting superstitions—being teachable and sensitive to reproof, scolding—discerning when it’s profitable to answer a fool—always being prompt, reliable, and dependable—knowing how to digest and give out wisdom—never bestowing honor on a fool—ignoring the advice of a fool—avoiding God’s judgment by walking wisely—learning from our mistakes and failures, by not repeating them, and being humble and fully alert to our own sinfulness and shortcomings. Very simply, there’s more hope for fools than for people who think they are wise. Amen! For sermons visit YouTube Evelyn Craighead and click subscribe.
Proverbs 8:33 Listen to my instruction and be wise. Don’t ignore it.
Not everyone enjoys the rewards of wisdom. Although we all have the freedom to choose wisdom, we don’t all do so, therefore, we don’t receive wisdom’s blessings. Only those who listen to wisdom’s instructions and obey her are blessed. Listen or hear involves not only the ears, but also the heart. It means to obey with the heart what wisdom teaches. The wise are blessed because they don’t refuse wisdom’s instruction. Instruction is correction that comes through chastening or discipline. Choose wisdom’s instruction rather than silver, and knowledge rather than pure gold. Wisdom’s ways are always profitable, but they are not always pleasant. Those who will be wise must accept wisdom’s discipline. When it’s necessary you must not refuse nor neglect her chastisement. So listen or hear wisdom’s instruction and be wise. Don’t ignore wisdom. Amen! For sermons visit YouTube Evelyn Craighead and click subscribe.
Proverbs 9:9 Give instruction to a wise man, and he will be still wiser; Teach a just man, and he will increase in learning.
Instruct the wise and they will become wiser. A wise person is grateful for instruction and welcomes the opportunity to become wiser. People who are truly wise never reach a point of satisfaction or complacency—they never feel they have arrived at the pinnacle, the peak, the height of wisdom. They realize they need to grow in wisdom, and they accept and appreciate correction. Teach the righteous and they will seek to learn even more. A righteous person is teachable, and longs to learn more and more about the way of righteousness. Give instruction to a wise man, and he will be still wiser; Teach a just man, and he will increase in learning. Are you wise? Amen! For sermons visit YouTube Evelyn Craighead and click subscribe.
Proverbs 9:6 Forsake foolishness and live, And go in the way of understanding.
When you accept wisdom’s invitation you make a decision that results in a major life change. You wisely choose to forsake the foolish ways of this world and go in a different direction—the way of understanding. There’s a distinct word in the Bible for this decision, and that word is repentance—turn from your sins and turn to God. Wisdom’s house isn’t a stop on the path to destruction. It’s located on an entirely different road—the road that leads to life. When you choose to attend wisdom’s feast and eat her food—knowledge, understanding, discretion, and good judgment you must change paths entirely. You have to repent of your life’s direction, and turn to travel a different direction. Foolish is the plural form of the word simple, which describes the foolish way or path that leads to death. This would be consistent with the second part of this verse—the way of understanding. This is wisdom’s call, wisdom’s invitation to her bountiful, joyful feast. Her invitation requires all who hear the call to make a choice and, if you accept it, you’re to change the direction of your life—you’re to make two turns—you’re to turn from your sin, and you’re to turn to God—that’s repentance. You must begin to live wisely each and every day as you walk throughout life. You must forsake foolishness and live, And go in the way of understanding. Amen! For sermons visit YouTube Evelyn Craighead and click subscribe.
Romans 3:22 Even the righteousness of God, through faith in Jesus Christ, to all and on all who believe. For there is no difference.
God makes us right with Himself through our faith in Jesus Christ. This is true for all who believe in Christ, because we’re all the same. Righteousness is for all who believe, and righteousness is given to the believer and laid upon the believer. Righteousness is given to the believer as a possession, and righteousness is laid upon the believer as a covering or clothing. Righteousness is needed by all of us, and there is no difference—no distinction between us. We all need righteousness, but righteousness is only given—only laid upon those of us who truly believe. Do you believe? For sermons visit YouTube Evelyn Craighead and click subscribe.
Psalm 18:36 You enlarged my path under me, So my feet did not slip.
God’s faithfulness to you in past conflicts gives you confidence and courage to face the battles that are yet to come. God equips you for all battles, those you have already fought, as well as those that remained before you. God thoroughly equips you to face every foe—every enemy. You are armed and ready for spiritual warfare. Your journey through life is on a sure and steady path because of the trail blazed, prepared, and widened by Jesus in His earthly experience. He showed you where and how to walk to be victorious over your foes—your enemies in this life. He enlarges your path under you, so your feet don’t slip. Amen! For sermons visit YouTube Evelyn Craighead and click subscribe.
Psalm 8:5 For You have made him a little lower than the angels, And You have crowned him with glory and honor.
God made us a little lower than the angels, and we’re to praise God for creating us in His image and likeness. This is a status afforded only to humans, and it qualifies us to rule over the rest of creation. As humans, we’re inferior to angels in knowledge and power. Additionally, angels have the capacity not to sin. But the great truth is that we’re stirred to exalt the Lord. God has crowned us with honor—He made us ruler over His creation. God delegated to us—not the holy, wiser, mightier angels—authority over creation. This is the high honor He has bestowed upon us, the crown that encircles the human head. You have made him a little lower than the angels, And You have crowned him with glory and honor. Amen! For sermons visit YouTube Evelyn Craighead and click subscribe.
Romans 8:9 But you are not in the flesh but in the Spirit, if indeed the Spirit of God dwells in you. Now if anyone does not have the Spirit of Christ, he is not His.
The Spirit of God dwells within every true genuine believer, putting the Spirit of Christ within you. The power of the Spirit is seen in the word dwell, and dwell is the picture of a home. The Holy Spirit dwells within the believer—He makes His home, takes up residence, and lives within the believer just as we live in our homes. As a believer, the power of the Spirit creates the glorious truth of the indwelling presence of God within us and of the believer within God. The believer is said to be in the Holy Spirit. The Spirit of God is said to dwell in the believer. The believer is said to have the Spirit of Christ, and Christ is said to be in the believer. The deity of Christ is being proclaimed—the Spirit of Christ is said to indwell the believer the same as the Spirit of God. Both are said to be equally within the believer. As a believer, the power of the Spirit removes you from being in the flesh and places you within Himself, within the Spirit of God. Very simply, as a believer you’re no longer positioned in the flesh—not in God's eyes and not in God's accounting. As a believer, you no longer dwell in the flesh—you no longer make your home in the flesh nor do you live in the flesh. You’re no longer at home, that is, you’re no longer comfortable with the things of the flesh. As a believer, you’re positioned in the Spirit of God. God sees and counts you as being placed and positioned in His Spirit—therefore, you dwell in the Holy Spirit. You make your home in the Spirit, and you take up your residence and live in the Spirit. You’re at home and comfortable only with the things of the Spirit. As a believer, the power of the Spirit identifies you as being in Christ, and this is easily seen. Whatever spirit dwells within you, it’s that spirit to whom you belong. If you have the spirit of selfishness, you belong to the spirit of selfishness and is known as being selfish. If you have the spirit of complaining, you belong to the spirit of complaining and you’re known as being a complainer. If you have the spirit of evil, you belong to evil and is known as an evil person. If you have the spirit of caring, you belong to the spirit of caring, and you’re known as a caring person. If you have the Spirit of Christ, you belong to Christ and you’re known as a follower of Christ. You’re spirited, and driven to live according to the spirit that’s in you. As a believer, the Holy Spirit has the power to drive you to live as Christ lived. We can look at the spirit of a person and tell if he has the Spirit of Christ. If he does, then he bears the fruit of Christ's Spirit. The Spirit and His fruit are seen in the life of every true genuine believer. The true believer proves that he’s in Christ, that he’s placed and positioned in Christ by the life he lives. Now if anyone does not have the Spirit of Christ, he is not His. Amen! For sermons visit YouTube Evelyn Craighead and click subscribe.
Psalm 107:8 Oh, that men would give thanks to the LORD for His goodness, And for His wonderful works to the children of men!
As believers our duty is to give thanks to God. The bestowing, the granting, the giving of such rich mercy is worthy of our loudest praise and our deepest gratitude. Because of the Lord’s goodness or unfailing love, the remnant of believers are charged to give God thanks. The Lord has done wonderful things for us in delivering us from captivity and leading us safely home again. As believers we’re instructed to praise the Lord for His wonderful works to the children of men. The phrase “children of men” literally means, sons of Adam—which indicates that God showers His goodness on all humanity, not just His covenant people. It also emphasizes the Lord’s abundant goodness to His people. Since He is so gracious to all people, how much more to His own covenant children! Oh, that men would give thanks to the LORD for His goodness, And for His wonderful works to the children of men! Amen! For sermons visit YouTube Evelyn Craighead and click subscribe.
Hebrews 12:11 Now no chastening seems to be joyful for the present, but painful; nevertheless, afterward it yields the peaceable fruit of righteousness to those who have been trained by it.
God disciplines us so that we can bear the fruit of peace and righteousness, and this is clearly seen. The less sin and evil there is, the more peace and righteousness there is. If the sin and evil of anger and division don’t exist, then peace and righteousness prevail. Therefore, when sin and evil stick their ugly heads up in our lives, God disciplines us. Why? So that we will correct ourselves and do all we can for the sake of peace and righteousness. The discipline and correction may be grievous and painful to bear at first, but it will bring peace and righteousness if we will only bear it. Now no chastening seems to be joyful for the present, but painful; nevertheless, afterward it yields the peaceable fruit of righteousness to those who have been trained by it. Amen! For sermons visit YouTube Evelyn Craighead and click subscribe.
Hebrews 12:6-7 For whom the LORD loves He chastens, And scourges every son whom He receives." If you endure chastening, God deals with you as with sons; for what son is there whom a father does not chasten?
Endure the discipline of God. Notice these verses closely. When God receives us as children of His, He disciplines and even scourges or spanks us. Why? Because He loves us. God chastens us because we are His sons, that is, His children. We have faults and weaknesses, and we go astray, disobeying and rebelling and acting selfishly. We often hurt and cause pain both for ourselves and for others. But God loves us and wants to stop us from hurting ourselves and from hurting others. He wants us to grow and move through life with as little pain and hurt as possible, and He wants us to become stronger and stronger within our inner person. Therefore, every time we go astray or begin to faint under trials, God corrects us. The point is this! We are to endure the discipline of God. We are to stand fast against all trials and sufferings. We are to become soft to the guidance and urgings of the Spirit of God. We are to follow the Word of God and His Spirit, the urgings and convictions within our hearts when they are of God. God is disciplining us, teaching and correcting us because He loves us as our Father. He is disciplining us just as a loving father on earth disciplines his child. For whom the LORD loves He chastens, And scourges every son whom He receives." If you endure chastening, God deals with you as with sons; for what son is there whom a father does not chasten? Amen! For sermons visit YouTube Evelyn Craighead and click subscribe.
Acts 5:41-42 So they departed from the presence of the council, rejoicing that they were counted worthy to suffer shame for His name. And daily in the temple, and in every house, they did not cease teaching and preaching Jesus as the Christ.
Obedience! As a disciple you must be loyal—you must obey God because God is able to deliver you, the obedient through hardship. God does deliver His disciples, no matter how terrible our situation may be. But notice God's marvelous deliverance. God stirs within our persecuted heart a sense of privilege. We count ourselves privileged to suffer shame for Christ. God stirs within our persecuted heart a sense of joy and rejoicing. God stirs within our persecuted heart a sense of courage and mission. We continue daily in the temple, teaching and preaching. Despite the opposition, we’re compelled to share the glorious news of the gospel, that God sent His Son into the world to save us. Being obedient to God, I continue teaching and preaching Jesus as the Christ, and that Jesus is all you need. Jesus is the answer. Amen! For sermons visit YouTube Evelyn Craighead and click subscribe.
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