• God’s Son Is Called

    Matthew 2:13–15

    All of us who were once in sin were in slavery even if we had no earthly masters. Wickedness held sway over our every thought, decision, and action, but in Christ we have been rescued from this power and are ...Read More

  • Egypt Redeemed

    Isaiah 19:16–25

    Christ inaugurated the kingdom in His ministry, death, and resurrection, and now He rules to bring people from all nations into His kingdom as these earthly realms belong to Him. Augustine of Hippo comments, “The nations are Christ’s inheritance ...Read More

  • Covenant of Works, Part 1

    Genesis 2:15–17

    Fallen people can by no means get God to save them; He redeems according to the good pleasure of His will. Until the day we are fully and finally glorified, however, we who are in Christ are in a position ...Read More

  • Anticipating the Day of the Lord

    Thank God for the unspeakable joy and glory that awaits you in the day of the Lord.Read More

  • Interpreting the Logos

    Reflect on this truth: God became flesh to accomplish your redemption. Have you accepted His gift of salvation? Read More

  • Responding to Disasters

    How do you respond in the face of disaster? Do you blame God? What is your personal theology of suffering?Read More

  • Entering into Mystical Union

    Thank God for your salvation, His righteousness, and His atonement for your sins.Read More

  • Perceiving the Power of Preaching

    Thank God for the supernatural power of preaching that effected the drama of redemption in your life. Read More

  • Conforming to God’s Holiness

    Pray this prayer: “Cleanse me Lord. Purge my sin and remove it from me. Cover my moral nakedness.” Read More

  • Grace for the Weary

    Matthew 11:25–30

    John Calvin writes that Christ does not elect us and redeem us that we may sin freely. Instead, Christians are “raised up by his grace, [that] they may also take his yoke upon them, and that, being free in spirit ...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 ...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 ...Read More

  • Christ Our Ransom

    Mark 10:35–45

    Dr. R.C. Sproul reminds us that the Bible teaches “both Father and Son willed the salvation of the elect and worked together to bring it to pass” (Essential Truths of the Christian Faith, p. 174). On the cross, Christ ...Read More

  • Redemption’s Drama

    Psalm 85:10

    Other people may treat us unjustly, but the Lord never does. His justice is perfect and will never condemn the righteous, nor will He let the sinner go unpunished. In Christ, the Father has judged His sinful people so that ...Read More

  • False Prophets

    2 Peter 2:1

    Though systematic theologians generally use terms like “redemption” to refer to our ultimate deliverance from the penalty and presence of sin, the Bible uses these terms differently in some of its passages. As we saw today, that Jesus “bought” the ...Read More