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A Different Banner

Francis Scott Key (1779-1843) was an attorney, author and poet most known for writing The Star-Spangled Banner. However, he also penned other noteworthy poetry and hymns that waved a different banner; the banner of salvation in the Lord Jesus Christ. 224 kata lagi

Poetry

Jehovah-Nissi, The Lord is My Banner

Exodus 17:8-16
Francis Scott Key was a United States citizen who was held captive on a British war ship in 1812. The British were in the Chesapeake Bay right outside Baltimore, Maryland, preparing to bombard Fort McHenry. 3.274 kata lagi

Old Testament Sermons

Jehovah-Nissi - The Lord My Banner!

In Exodus 17, Amalekites attack the Israelites. Moses tells Joshua to gather men to go to war. Then Moses went to the hilltop and as long as he held the rod high with his hands, the Israelites prevailed. 430 kata lagi

Christianity

When We All Need To Feel Victorious

I recently read the chapter on “Jehovah Nissi” in the book, The Names Of God, by Marilyn HIckey.  This name means “The Lord, My Banner of Victory.” 1.343 kata lagi

May 1@Exodus 17-20

Exodus 17-20 (NLT) 

Discover His heart: He considers us His special treasures

No visit to London is complete without a visit to the Tower of London to see the Crown Jewels of England, an interesting location for them to say the least.  727 kata lagi

Daily Devotions

Names of God | Jehovah Nissi

Jehovah Nissi means, “the Lord is my banner” and is first revealed in Exodus 17 after an interesting story about Israel’s victorious battle over Amalek. The significance of the name Jehovah Nissi is often lost for those of us who live in a battle-free culture. 535 kata lagi

Be Still

WHO are we praying to?

Communication takes two active participants – you and God. Through His Son, Jesus Christ, God the Father revealed his identity that was veiled in the Old Testament. 482 kata lagi

Daily Study In The Word