• The Generations of Shem

    Genesis 11:10–26

    It can be easy to look at the falsehood propagated in the church and wonder if the Lord will truly preserve His people. But both Scripture and history reveal how God has again and again sustained a remnant who loves ...Read More

  • Don’t Worry, Be Joyful

    Philippians 4:4–7

    Knowledge that death does not have the final say is but one of the many reasons why we as Christians can find the fullness of joy in the Lord (Phil. 4:4). Jesus has brought us so many other benefits and ...Read More

  • A False Promise of Peace

    Jeremiah 8:8–13

    God loves His elect so much that He will do whatever it takes to move them to repentance and faith. This includes speaking even in hyperbole to get our attention. We should never look at God’s warnings in Scripture and ...Read More

  • Caring for the Vineyard

    Isaiah 27:1–6

    Do you ever feel as if you are standing alone against the onslaught of Satan’s kingdom? Do you ever feel abandoned and forsaken? If you trust in Christ Jesus and have faith in Him, you can be assured that the ...Read More

  • From Abraham to Exile

    Matthew 1:2–11

    Not every ancestor of Jesus trusted in the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Still, the Lord’s grace overcame what could be called “impossible” odds in working through the sinful sons of David to bring about our salvation. This grace ...Read More

  • Blessing or Curse?

    Galatians 3:10–14

    The fullness of God’s curse is permanent exile from seeing the Lord face-to-face in the new heavens and earth. Consequently, the greatest blessing is to behold His glory for all eternity. We who were once under the curse of sin ...Read More

  • Jesus our Forerunner

    Hebrews 6:19–20

    During the next few weeks we will look at how Christ, being in the order of Melchizedek, benefits us. Suffice it to say for now that being in the order of Melchizedek makes Jesus an eternal priest who always mediates ...Read More

  • Joseph’s Accusations

    Genesis 42:7–17

    Confronting someone in sin is always difficult. Perhaps you are a parent who must discipline a child. Maybe you are an elder tasked with confronting a church member engaged in unrepentant sin. Whatever the case, it is hard to speak ...Read More

  • Living Under Grace

    Romans 6:15

    We will discuss what it means to not be under law in the days ahead. Today, Dr. R.C. Sproul’s commentary Romans will help us understand Paul’s point: “We are no longer under the law in the sense of being ...Read More

  • Jesus Preaches the Gospel

    Mark 1:14-15

    The gospel is not a message that “you can have your best life now”; that “God loves you and has a wonderful plan for your life”; or that you must “ask Jesus into your heart.” Some of these statements may ...Read More

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