• The New Covenant

    Hebrews 8:8–9

    We live our entire lives in absolute dependence upon God. From our first breath to our last, it is God who sustains us. This is most evident in our redemption that comes only after the old covenant points out our ...Read More

  • A Faultless Covenant

    Hebrews 8:7

    It is tempting to think that old covenant saints found the life of faith much easier to live than we do. However, as we have seen, the days of prophets and kings had only an incomplete and provisional revelation. If ...Read More

  • Better Promises

    Hebrews 8:6

    In the old covenant, God was pleased to speak to His people through the mouths of others. But in the new covenant, He came to earth and spoke to us directly in Jesus Christ who is the very incarnation of ...Read More

  • The Priests on Earth

    Hebrews 8:4–5

    Many of us have gone through times in our lives when depression has made us feel like we are abandoned. But none of us has ever been abandoned like Christ was on the cross. When you endure times of depression, ...Read More

  • Something to Offer

    Hebrews 8:3

    There is a price for God’s beneficence to us. But it is a price that we cannot and would not pay even though it is required of us. God’s grace to us is manifested in the price Christ paid, a ...Read More

  • Minister in the True Tent

    Hebrews 8:1–2

    Many in our day anticipate the rebuilding of an earthly temple just like the one from ancient Israel. This desire, however, neglects the fact that Christ is already ministering in the true heavenly temple. Rejoice that the shadows have passed ...Read More

  • Particular Atonement

    John 10:11–18

    The death of Christ is sufficient to save everyone God intended to save. But that is not the main point; rather, the point is that the power of the Atonement accomplishes redemption for those whom God chose. And if you ...Read More

  • The Curse of the Cross

    Galatians 3:10–14

    We deserve the curse. We deserve to be cut off from the merciful presence of God. Our want of conformity and transgression of the Law brings the curse on our heads. But that curse has been borne for us. Christ ...Read More

  • Our Kinsman Redeemer

    Leviticus 25:23–28

    Jesus has paid the moral debt we owed to the Father for breaking the law of God. He was not obligated to pay this debt, and the Father was not obligated to accept this payment. But in their great love ...Read More

  • The Ransom Theory

    Mark 10:35–45

    Our sin has made us debtors to God, not to Satan. Therefore, the ransom paid was paid to God the Father. At the Cross, Satan received nothing but the destruction of his power and the guarantee that his kingdom will ...Read More

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