• Entering into Your Priesthood

    What are you doing to help those around you who are in distress? Are you keeping yourself clean from the world’s pollution, as James admonishes?Read More

  • Finding Your Identity

    Give thanks that you are part of the body of Christ, the elect, the people of God.Read More

  • Being Clothed in His Righteousness

    Ask God to rekindle your love for members of the body of Christ, the true church.Read More

  • Starting at the Beginning

    Reflect on these questions: What does obedience involve? How is God glorified in your behavior?Read More

  • The Olivet Discourse

    Matthew 24:3–8

    This approach to the Olivet Discourse does not deny Christ’s future coming in glory “to judge the living and the dead,” as the creeds say. Those who advocate this view just argue that most of Matthew 24 is not directly ...Read More

  • Embracing the Truth

    Examine your own life: Are you tempted to embrace the thought patterns of the secular world in order to be modern and relevant in your thinking? Are you living an empty, discontent faith in monastic isolation?Read More

  • The Law of Liberty

    James 2:10–13

    When James speaks of the “law of liberty,” he is speaking of the whole law of God as interpreted by Jesus. Because the ceremonial law has been fulfilled by Christ, we are no longer bound to keep its ceremonies and ...Read More

  • Walking in Wisdom

    Is after the pursuit of an understanding of God’s Word the chief aim of your life?Read More

  • Glory to God Alone

    Isaiah 42:8

    It is not all that uncommon to hear someone say, “I refuse to worship a God that would send people to hell.” But those who would define God’s love in a way that denies His holy wrath do not worship ...Read More

  • The Death of Ezekiel’s Wife

    Ezekiel 24:15–27

    Today’s passage illustrates that God is working for the ultimate good of His people even in tragedy (Rom. 8:28). Sometimes, achieving those ultimate goods means suffering in the short term, but one day we will see that the suffering was ...Read More