May 2018. Volume 88 Issue 1038.


Page Article Author(s)

CONVERSATIONS WITH GOD

161

Why conversations matter

Shaun Maher and Mark Vincent
162

The voice of the Lord in the cool of the day

The conversation between God and Adam

Mary Benson
165

“Am I my brother’s keeper?”

The conversation between God and Cain

Jeremy Thomas
168

“Peradventure there be fifty in it”

The conversations between God and Abraham

Douglas Brown
171

The meekest man

The conversations between God and Moses

John Nicholls
174

Psalms of lament

Complaining and pleading with God

Mark Vincent
178

“Ah, Lord GOD!”

Jeremiah’s conversations with God

Reg Carr
181

“Do you do well to be angry?”

God’s conversation with Jonah

Rachel Yuile

CONVERSATIONS WITH THE LORD JESUS

183

From unbelief to belief

Jesus’ conversation with the woman at the well

Tommy Evans
186

“Are you the teacher of Israel?”

The conversations between Jesus and Nicodemus

Trevor Hughes
189

“I find no fault in this man”

The conversations between Jesus and Pilate

Mark Allfree
193

“O you of little faith”

Conversations between Jesus and his disciples

David Burges

CONVERSATIONS BETWEEN MEN AND WOMEN

197

The mind of the Spirit and the mind of the flesh

Jacob’s conversations with Esau and with Laban

Bernard Burt
200

Circumventing the Word of God

Balaam’s conversations

Richard Morgan
203

“On me alone, my lord, be the guilt”

The conversation between David and Abigail

Stephen Hole
206

Conversations with wayward children

Jeremy Pearce
209

Faith in time of fear

The conversation between Isaiah and Ahaz

John Shemeld
211

“Shall I come to you with a rod?”

Paul and the Corinthians

Jamie and Carron Whittaker

MODERN CONVERSATIONS

214

Scriptural meditation as a form of conversation with God

Andy Webb
216

Online conversations

James Dean
219

Ecclesial conversations

Eric Marshall
223

Conversations with the erring

Norman Yuile

PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF GOD’S WISDOM

226

Communication breakdown

Why conversations go wrong

Shaun Maher
229

“Swift to hear, slow to speak”

To speak or not to speak?

Peter Forbes
231

“How great a forest is set ablaze”

Taming the tongue

Edward Carr
234

“Seventy times seven”

Exercising forgiveness in conversations

Tom Bramhill