• The First Commandment

    Exodus 20:1-3

    As we go through the Ten Commandments, take time to examine yourself, to see how you are breaking each command. Then take the opportunity to confess your sin and ask forgiveness in Christ. Remember that when you sin, Jesus is ...Read More

  • God’s Love and God’s Hatred

    Romans 9:6–13

    When we see that love and hate boil down to favor and disfavor, we can see that they are objective and that they involve conscious decisions. How does understanding this change how you look at people? Resolve to favor those ...Read More

  • Trust in God’s Provision

    Exodus 16:1–21

    Are you ever afraid that God will not provide for you? Do you really trust Him to meet your needs from day to day, both spiritually and physically? Are you putting obedience to Him first, or do you make sure ...Read More

  • The Covenant of Redemption

    John 6:37

    Any doubt we have regarding the security of our salvation is immediately assuaged when we realize that our redemption is grounded in a covenant made among the persons of the Trinity. He cannot lie or break His pact, so we ...Read More

  • Stunting Worship

    Reflect on ways you might involve your physical senses in worshiping God in your private devotions.Read More

  • Christ’s Marriage Supper

    Revelation 19:6–10

    All of us who trust in Christ have already been declared righteous in the Lord’s heavenly courtroom. One day we will be without sin and practice righteousness at all times. On this day we will feast with the Lord face-to-face. ...Read More

  • Answering the Ultimate Question

    How does purpose affect your daily life—your priorities, plans, and activities?Read More

  • Judgment Begins

    1 Peter 4:17

    The history of God’s people indicates that judgment always begins within the covenant community. For example, the Israelites were sent into exile before the wicked Babylonian empire was judged. Today’s passage expressly states that judgment begins with the house of ...Read More

  • Deborah

    Judges 4–5

    Most of us would likely be considered ordinary people who will never make the history books. From a human perspective, we may not seem all that “great.” Yet from God’s perspective, ordinary is what we want to be. He brings ...Read More

  • The Divine Warrior

    Exodus 15:1-21

    Death and Satan, our greatest foes, tried their best to defeat God’s Messiah. Nevertheless, God raised Him from the dead, proving that not even these most powerful of enemies will have the final say in the war between heaven and ...Read More

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