• Jesus Forsaken

    Mark 15:33–34

    Dr. R.C. Sproul writes in his commentary Mark, “At the climax of that period of darkness, Jesus cried in agony—not the agony of the scourging or the agony of the thorns and nails, but the agony of ...Read More

  • The Prophet Who Incarnates God’s Word

    John 1:1–18

    There are many people who think they can have Jesus without having Scripture in their hearts and minds. But that is not possible. We need all of Scripture in order to have Jesus, for all of Scripture reveals something of ...Read More

  • The Prophet-Mediator

    Deuteronomy 18:15–22

    Christ our mediator is the perfect bridge between God and human beings because He is both truly God and truly man. Thus, He cannot fail to reconcile to His Father all who trust in Him alone for salvation. If you ...Read More

  • The Fleeing Disciples

    Mark 14:50–52

    Certainly there was a real young man who actually fled the arrest of Jesus, leaving his clothes behind. That he was a real historical person, however, does not take away from the fact that we can see in him a ...Read More

  • The Presence of Christ in the Lord’s Supper

    Matthew 18:20

    When we come to the Lord’s Table, the human nature of Christ is not in the room with us but is in heaven. However, because Christ is spiritually present, we nevertheless also commune with His humanity. We are lifted up ...Read More

  • A Communication of Attributes

    Matthew 28:20b

    As we will see, understanding the Lord’s Supper rightly demands a correct understanding of Christology. Indeed, we cannot rightly understand any doctrine unless we rightly understand the doctrine of Christ. Let us be careful in our study of theology to ...Read More

  • The Widow’s Sacrificial Contribution

    Mark 12:41–44

    In his commentary Mark, Dr. R.C. Sproul writes, “God is not so much concerned with what we give as how we give.” Above all, the Lord is looking at our hearts, and He esteems those who have ...Read More

  • The Cup That Jesus Drinks

    Mark 10:35–40

    We do not know who will have the highest place of honor after Jesus in the kingdom of God. We do know, however, that honor in the kingdom will come only as we drink Jesus’ cup and are baptized with ...Read More

  • Christ’s Law-Based Ethic

    Matthew 5:21–26

    Christians are ambassadors of Christ, representatives of His sovereign reign over creation. As such, we have a special responsibility to represent our Lord’s actual teaching. The only way we can do that is through careful study of our Savior’s words. ...Read More

  • Of Whom the Son of Man Will Be Ashamed

    Mark 8:38

    Matthew Henry comments, “They shall not share with [Christ] in his glory then, that were not willing to share with him in his disgrace now.” We dare not be ashamed of Christ even when we face ridicule and worse. Although ...Read More

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