• Angels: Messengers and Ministers of God by Phil Johnson

    Few biblical topics have provoked more wild speculation and fruitless debate than the topic of angels. Scripture doesn’t begin to answer all our questions about the subject. But there’s a lot more information about angels in the Bible than you …Read More

  • A Mother in Israel by Derek Thomas

    Jacob, the wily one, after ten or fifteen years, finally returns to Bethel. God has been at work in his life, drawing the wayward patriarch to himself. It has been a difficult journey. It invariably is so when our wills …Read More

  • The Letter to the Church in Philadelphia by Cornelis Venema

    Many evangelical churches in North America are scrambling to find strategies that will enable them to reach out effectively with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Despite a rich heritage of gospel teaching on this continent, there is a sense of …Read More

  • Be Imitators of Me by John Nunes

    We need better leaders! That’s a perception these days — that what’s needed most in churches is upgrading the quality of its leadership. Too often, this is defined secularly, in terms of vision implementation, strategic planning, and management models. Whether …Read More

  • Radically Ordinary by Burk Parsons

    The ordinary Christian life is not the opposite of the radical Christian life. The ordinary Christian life is a radical life. The ordinary Christian life is a life of daily trusting Christ; daily repenting of our sins; daily abiding in …Read More

  • Desiring God: An Interview with John Piper by John Piper

    Tabletalk: How did you become a Christian? John Piper: God wakened me from spiritual death when I was a child under the faith-filled instruction and example of my happy, Spirit-filled, mentally healthy, fundamentalist parents. I am told I professed faith …Read More

  • Secure Investments by R.C. Sproul Jr.

    The Sermon on the Mount is tough to swallow all at once. Though what we have recorded for us in Matthew 5–7 is significantly shorter than the sermons most of us are used to, it is on the other hand …Read More

  • Why the Old Testament? by Iain Campbell

    B.B. Warfield famously described the Old Testament as a room “fully furnished but dimly lit.” By that he meant that all the fundamental elements of the gospel were revealed in the Old Testament but awaited the coming of Jesus Christ …Read More

  • The Second Great Commandment by Phil Johnson

    When some Pharisees put Jesus to the test concerning the greatest of all God’s commandments, He answered with a quotation from Deuteronomy 6:5: “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with …Read More

  • Dimness or Fidelity? by Albert Mohler

    With December 25 fast approaching, the secular media are sure to turn their interest once again to the virgin birth. Every Christmas, weekly news magazines and various editorialists engage in a collective gasp that so many Americans could believe such …Read More

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