• The Potter and the Clay

    Romans 9:20b-24

    Election and reprobation are deep truths that defy our attempts to grasp them fully. God has told us some things about His purposes in election and reprobation, but He has not answered every question we have. In cases like these ...Read More

  • Rising from the Dust

    1 Corinthians 15:35–49

    Unfortunately, many early Christians found it hard to get rid of the Greek philosophical notion that matter is bad while spirit is good. That is not a biblical concept. The earth and all on it, including human beings, was originally ...Read More

  • Sitting on a Suitcase

    Philippians 1:18b–26

    When a believer dies, it is natural for the friends and family of the deceased to feel a profound sense of loss. But the deceased, if a Christian, feels no pain since he is ushered immediately into the presence of ...Read More

  • Thinking of Home

    John 14:1–3

    “No eye has seen, nor ear heard, nor the heart of man imagined, what God has prepared for those who love him” (1 Cor. 2:9). The blessings the Lord has for us when He returns are far greater than ...Read More

  • Unraveling the Mystery

    Spend some time in worship, thanking God for the eternal destiny He has planned for you.Read More

  • Weeping and Gnashing

    Matthew 25:14–30

    Take some time today to consider the reality of hell. How does its existence affect your life? Do you take it so seriously that you are looking for opportunities to share the Gospel with others so that they might escape ...Read More

  • Yielding Its Fruit

    Revelation 21:1-22:5

    The final destiny God has ordained for all of those in Christ Jesus is not an intangible, spiritual existence, but a resurrected, glorified life in a renewed creation. The earth will not be thrown away but will be restored. As ...Read More