An Easter thought by Ray Stedman

An Easter thought by Ray Stedman

Quote from What More Can God Say by Ray Stedman: “The people of that (Moses’) day thought God wanted them to keep these Ten Commandments as the only way they could please Him. They felt He demanded a rigid, careful, scrupulous observance of the Ten...
Quote by Ray Stedman on Ritual

Quote by Ray Stedman on Ritual

“Ordinances were intended to have a deeper message. They are symbolic. No ritual had meaning in itself, it had meaning in what it stood for. The Tabernacle worship with all these strange provisions—the bread, the incense, the offerings, the ornate buildings—all was a...
Quote from Ray Stedman – on rest

Quote from Ray Stedman – on rest

“It is at wit’s end, driven by the Spirit into the place where the pressure is so great that we have no other recourse but to cry out to God for help, that at last we begin to learn. It breaks upon our dull, slow minds that this help is not something intended for...
More from Ray Stedman on Hebrews

More from Ray Stedman on Hebrews

Ray Stedman’s comments on Hebrews 10:19-23 “Satan is the one who stimulates the conscience to nag, drive, goad and prod us to keep us feeling a vague sense of hazy, undefined guilt before God. Accept the fact that the blood of Christ completely satisfies...
More from Ray Stedman on Hebrews

Quote from Ray Stedman on Hebrews

Ray Stedman’s comments on Hebrews 4:14-5:10: This principle is called in Hebrews “the rest of God,” it is activity out of rest. It is to cease from our self-directed activities, the principle upon which we have lived our human lives ever since we were...