***Balaam Word Search*** Balaam tried to curse God’s people—but no man can curse what God has blessed! You can read this story in your Bible, in the Old Testament book of “Numbers”, chapters 22, 23, and 24. Look for these … Continue reading
Balaam’s course was leading him in the wrong direction. God spoke to Him directly, He spoke to him through Balaam’s donkey, He gave him the prophetic gift denouncing his own course, and yet Balaam persisted. And for what? The dim … Continue reading
What was Balaam thinking! He could have had no doubt what God’s will was and yet he was persisting in seeking his own will. His repeated line was “I have to say what God puts in my mouth—but maybe He … Continue reading
Balaam was persisting in his stubbornness. First, he argued with the Lord; then he argued with his donkey. One way or another, he was determined to get his hands on the rewards offered to him by the enemy of God’s people; … Continue reading
God had made his will known to Balaam. Balaam had made his will known to God. Unfortunately, the two were not synonymous. … Continue reading
Balaam. Is the name familiar to you? This man is often the subject of childhood Sabbath school and Sunday school lessons. You may remember him as “that guy with the talking donkey”.