• With a Rich Man in His Death

    Mark 15:42–47

    John Calvin comments that in Jesus’ burial, “the cursing, which he had endured for a short time, began to be removed; for his body was not thrown into a ditch in the ordinary way, but honorably laid in a hewn ...Read More

  • Faithful Women

    Mark 15:40–41

    Even if we deny God before others, He will forgive us when we repent. However, an impenitent refusal to be identified as a follower of Jesus is an indication that saving faith is not present. Are you prepared to stand ...Read More

  • The Centurion’s Confession

    Mark 15:35–39

    Dr. R.C. Sproul says in His commentary Mark that the centurion was “the first to realize that something of cosmic significance was happening that afternoon outside Jerusalem.” The centurion was among those most unlikely to recognize Jesus ...Read More

  • 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 Servant Who Shepherds His People

    1 Peter 2:25

    There is no safer place to be than under the care of the Good Shepherd. We are weak and vulnerable, but He has promised to guard and tend us. Let us be thankful for Christ’s shepherding of us this day, ...Read More

  • The Servant Who Suffers for Righteousness

    1 Peter 2:22–24

    It is right to defend ourselves when others malign our character unjustly. But there sometimes comes a point when our defense becomes pointless, when nothing we say or do can convince our detractors of our good motives. In such cases, ...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 Priest From the Order of Melchizedek

    Hebrews 7

    Knowing that Christ holds an eternal priesthood, we are confident that we are secure in Him forever. Our salvation is grounded not in our ability to persevere but in the power of the eternal High Priest after the order of ...Read More

  • The Priest Who Intercedes Perfectly

    Hebrews 7:25

    Old covenant priests came and went, but Christ continues as High Priest forever. His intercession never ceases, so He is praying for our perseverance at every moment. Moreover, because He knows His Father’s will perfectly, He prays perfect prayers. Christ ...Read More

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