• The Woman at the Well

    John 4:1–45

    Before finding forgiveness and witnessing to it, the woman at the well surrendered to immorality and worshiped pleasure as an idol in place of God. In our hedonistic society, we too may find it easy to believe the lie that ...Read More

  • Abram Rescues Lot

    Genesis 14:13–16

    The church will vanquish the kingdom of Satan (Matt. 16:18), but this does not mean we will be free from setbacks along the way (Acts 8:1–3; 12:1–5). Still, we know we will be liberated from suffering when Jesus returns (Rev. ...Read More

  • God Is Truth

    John 14:6–7

    Postmodern philosophy looks at how each person perceives things differently and concludes that no ultimate standards exist. The fact that we all have different perspectives only shows that we are not omniscient; yet it does not follow that no being ...Read More

  • God Is Good

    Nahum 1:7

    Even if the Lord never showed anyone mercy, His character would remain unblemished. However, in His rich goodness and love, He has decided to shower mercy on some so that we might better know how deep and how wide His ...Read More

  • God Unchanging

    Malachi 3:6

    Take some time today to meditate on the Lord’s unchanging character. Even the most faithful Christian doesn’t act according to his new disposition at all times, but God is always reliable. We can always trust in His holiness, justice, goodness, ...Read More

  • God is Everywhere

    Jeremiah 23:23–24

    The doctrine of ubiquity or omnipresence has several practical benefits for the Christian. First, we are assured that the Lord is faithful to be with us and sustain us even when we feel like we are far away from Him. ...Read More

  • Our Infinite God

    Psalm 147:5

    God is not bound by the limitations of time and space, for He is not subject to finitude as we are. He can see the end and the beginning, and He is the infinite ground of all reality. This does ...Read More

  • God Is Spirit

    John 4:24

    Wherever our bodies are, there our spirits are as well. However, God does not have this limitation. He is as present in Moscow as He is in Washington and as is as present there as He is in the jungles ...Read More

  • The Great I AM

    Exodus 3

    God never changes, but He does interact with real people in real history. He reveals Himself in the context of a relationship, reminding Moses that He is the God of the patriarchs (Ex. 3:6). How do you think about the ...Read More

  • Alike, but Very Different

    Psalm 18

    As John Calvin has said, God condescends to our limitations, revealing Himself in our words with images that give us real knowledge about His nature. Today consider three metaphors often used for our Father in Scripture — rock, light, and ...Read More

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