• Our Shepherding God

    Psalm 23

    Many well-intentioned people promise that coming to Jesus, the Great Shepherd of the sheep, will solve all of life’s problems. While one day this will be true, we will face the enemies of the world, the flesh, and the ...Read More

  • The Everlasting King

    Psalm 145

    Because God’s kingdom is everlasting, we can be confident that He will overcome all of His and our enemies. No foe can outlast Him, and nothing will ever cause His throne to fall. We should therefore be unafraid that ...Read More

  • A Futile Striving

    Lamentations 2:1-5

    Because our Lord is slow to anger, we should not live in fear that He is always about to “get us” because of our sins. At the same time, we should understand that if we harden our hearts persistently, we ...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 ...Read More

  • God is Truth

    John 14:6-7

    Standing for the truth can be difficult because it is often unpopular to stand for what the Word of God says when the culture around us is running as fast as it can away from the Lord’s timeless principles ...Read More

  • God is Good

    James 1:12-18

    By faith we perceive that God is good, even when we are walking through the most difficult trials. If you are having difficulty seeing the goodness of the Lord in your current situation, know that His mercies are new every ...Read More

  • God Unchanging

    Malachi 3:6

    One of the most comforting truths that we can ever lay hold of is the truth that God’s character cannot change. He is not capricious and He can always be trusted to fulfill His promises. Men and women may ...Read More

  • Alike, But Very Different

    Psalm 18

    One of the most valuable spiritual exercises that we can engage in is to meditate on a few of the analogical descriptions of the Lord in Scripture. Taking terms such as rock or shepherd, we can consider how God is ...Read More

  • The Study of God

    Psalm 145:3

    The study of God’s attributes should by no means make us arrogant. In learning about His character, we make real progress only as we see more and more how great He is and how small we are in comparison ...Read More

  • The Spirit of Power

    Isaiah 63:7-14

    In our day there is much talk of the power of the Spirit, and people want to see this power displayed “dramatically” in physical healings and other such phenomena. While we certainly confess the Spirit’s freedom and ability to ...Read More

  • Reflecting on Our Episkopos

    Reflect on God’s care for you as your Supreme Bishop. Read More

  • The Trinity

    Matthew 28:19

    Many Christians misunderstand the doctrine of the Trinity. It is therefore vital that we understand it in order to confess it rightly. It preserves God’s independence, meaning He did not need to create the world in order to be ...Read More

  • God Our Father

    John 1:12–13

    The misunderstanding of the love and fatherhood of God that is so prevalent in our culture makes it hard for us to speak of these concepts and be heard rightly. As we seek to emphasize other biblical concerns like God ...Read More

  • Hands of the Living God

    Hebrews 10:30–31

    John Owen writes concerning these verses: “People are prone not to think about this. But God’s judgment exists and will be dreadful, terrible, and eternally destructive of everything that is not good.” These warnings are real. If we do ...Read More

  • An Untamed Lion

    Romans 1:24–32

    Paul says he is not ashamed of the Gospel. He means in part that he is not embarrassed to say that all non-Christian philosophy is founded in error and is an enterprise of fools. Many Christian intellectuals have been embarrassed ...Read More