• Looking up to Heroes

    Who are your heroes? What positive examples do they provide for your spiritual life?Read More

  • Tracing the Development of Sin

    How is the first temptation, “You will be like God,” evident in temptations you have faced or are facing? What should be your response?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

  • Hope in Suffering

    1 Peter 5:12

    Take some time today to ask yourself: “Where does my hope lie?” Does it lie in your being accepted by this world, or have you placed your hope in Christ alone and in your citizenship in His kingdom? Read through ...Read More

  • Made Manifest

    1 Peter 1:20–21

    Given that we are not first-hand witnesses to many of the great events in the history of redemption, like the deliverance from Egypt or the earthly ministry of Christ, it can be hard for us to consider the age in ...Read More

  • The End of All Things

    1 Peter 4:7

    How are you living in light of the return of Christ? Are you obsessed with trying to learn the exact timing of the second advent? Or are you praying and working in light of His return? There is much work ...Read More

  • How Long, O LORD?

    Psalm 89:38–52

    If we want tangible proof that God always keeps His promises, we need look no further than His promises to David regarding the work of Christ. Our Creator has kept His covenant with David, raising Jesus from the dead as ...Read More

  • The When of Spirit Baptism

    1 Corinthians 12:13

    The greatest danger of positing a second blessing of the Holy Spirit is its creation of a Christian caste system. It divides the church into Spirit-haves and Spirit-have-nots, separating what God has united. This leads to feelings of superiority and ...Read More

  • The Clarity of God’s Word

    Deuteronomy 6:6–7

    Some parents do not spend that much time talking about the Scriptures at home because they believe it is too hard to understand. But the Bible is clear enough that anyone who is willing to sit down and read can ...Read More

  • Regeneration Is a Mystery

    John 3:4–8

    None of us will desire the things of God perfectly before we are glorified. None of us will love the Lord as much as he should this side of heaven. Still, as Dr. R.C. Sproul has often said, the ...Read More

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