• May the God of Peace

    Hebrews 13:20

    God has chosen for Himself one flock and has appointed the Shepherd to guard over it. The power and worthiness of Jesus guarantees that not one of His sheep shall ever be snatched from His hand. Spend some time in ...Read More

  • We Have an Altar

    Hebrews 13:10–11

    When we feed at the altar of Christ we are supplied with the grace and strength that we need to persevere in the race of faith. By His Word and presence, He guarantees and completes our salvation. Today, take some ...Read More

  • An Unshakable Kingdom

    Hebrews 12:28–29

    Today’s passage concluded with a warning to those who will not worship God with gratitude. This warning is given, Calvin says, because our sin makes us prone to ignore the exhortation to worship. Spend some time today in worship, thanking ...Read More

  • His Voice

    Hebrews 12:26–27

    Where do you place your trust? Is it in money, status, or employment? Is it found in your relationships? Take some time to ask yourself where you truly place your trust. Ask the Lord to help you place your trust ...Read More

  • Refuse Him Not

    Hebrews 12:25

    John Owen writes that not refusing Him who speaks “is a command to believe and obey God. Anything less than this is refusing him who speaks. It is not enough to give a hearing, as we say, unless we also ...Read More

  • A Better Word

    Hebrews 12:24

    Because of the new and better covenant that we are privileged to live under, we must live in gratitude for our salvation and strive for holiness even more than the old covenant saints. Take some time today to thank the ...Read More

  • To Mount Zion

    Hebrews 12:22–23

    Because of our new position, our worship is more than just a collection of earthly believers or the offering of a single individual. Rather, when we worship in Spirit and truth, we join the great throng already surrounding the throne ...Read More

  • They Could Not Endure

    Hebrews 12:20–21

    It is easy to get caught up in our day-to-day lives and forget the tremendous benefits we have living under the new covenant. Unlike most of old covenant Israel, we have access into the very presence of God Himself. Take ...Read More

  • What May Be Touched

    Hebrews 12:18–19

    We have not come to the earthly copies of the heavenly realm but to heaven itself. Our position as new covenant members is far better than that of old covenant believers, and, therefore, our responsibility is far greater. Thank God ...Read More

  • The Faithful God

    Genesis 15:1–21

    It is easy for Christians to talk about the trustworthiness of our God. Sometimes, however, we discuss God’s faithfulness openly without really believing that He will fulfill His promises to us. Look at your life to find areas where you ...Read More

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