• The Eternal Priest-King

    Psalm 110:4–7

    Christ is gentle and kind to His people, but this gentleness and kindness is an expression of strength, not weakness. He is also the fierce protector of His children, and He will judge the earth in righteousness. Our only hope ...Read More

  • The King’s All-Encompassing Reign

    Psalm 110:1–3

    According to His deity, Christ has always been the sovereign Lord of all, but in His incarnation, ministry, death, resurrection, and ascension, a new phase of His reign in which His humanity shares began. That marked the beginning of the ...Read More

  • The Wife Who Is to Be Praised

    Proverbs 31:28–31

    There are many fine qualities that we should seek in a spouse, but above all we should look for the fear of the Lord. When a husband and a wife both fear God, Christ is the center of their relationship ...Read More

  • The Wise and Industrious Wife

    Proverbs 31:13–27

    It has been said that “behind every great man, there’s a great woman.” Indeed, the quality of a husband’s wife will inevitably have an impact on the husband’s reputation for good or for ill. Godly wives endeavor to act in ...Read More

  • The Excellent Wife

    Proverbs 31:10–12

    The wisdom of Proverbs is not meant to remain “out there” in theory but is to take root in the everyday lives of God’s people. The excellent wife embodies the Lord’s wisdom in fulfilling her divinely appointed role and in ...Read More

  • Avoiding Bitterness of Mind and Speech

    Ecclesiastes 10:20

    Wise people put up safeguards in their thoughts and actions to help keep them from being ensnared by a root of bitterness. Lest our minds lead us astray, it is wise to think on what is true, good, and beautiful ...Read More

  • Go to the Ant

    Proverbs 6:6–11

    Christians from the Reformed tradition believe that God has revealed Himself in Scripture and in creation. We cannot obtain saving knowledge of the Lord by observing the world around us; for that, we must have the special revelation given to ...Read More

  • Bread, Wine, and Money

    Ecclesiastes 10:19

    When we see the great needs of other people, it is easy for us to feel a little guilty about enjoying the good gifts of God. However, we are not sinning if, as part of our God-honoring lifestyle, we go ...Read More

  • The Diligent Hand of the Prudent Son

    Proverbs 10:4–5

    After a hard day’s work, it can be hard to put in the requisite effort to grow in the things of the Lord. Nevertheless, if we are to grow to maturity in Christ, it is important that we be diligent ...Read More

  • When Reality Is Upside Down

    Ecclesiastes 10:5–7

    In God’s sovereign providence, our Creator has at times seen fit to allow fools to attain places of power. We know that this is ultimately for our greater good and His glory. Still, we rightly sense that something is wrong ...Read More