• God’s Choice of Judah

    Psalm 78:67–72

    Our great God ushered in His kingdom not with a show of force but through the humble Jesus, the Lamb of God who laid down His life to save His people from their sins. This Jesus is the only leader ...Read More

  • The Messiah Forsaken

    Psalm 22:1–15

    That the sinless Son of God could bear the curse of God on sin is a great mystery, but it is the mystery that is at the heart of our salvation. As a man, the Son of God endured the ...Read More

  • Praising God the King

    Psalm 47

    John Calvin comments on vv. 3–4 of today’s passage: “By these words he intimates that the kingdom of God would be much more magnificent and glorious at the coming of the Messiah, than it was under the shadowy dispensation ...Read More

  • The Divine and Davidic Throne

    Psalm 45:1-9

    What are we to look for in a godly leader? Are we to find someone who simply wants to get the job done even if it means steamrolling the people under him? The answer is no. If even the Davidic ...Read More

  • The Word of God in Times of Trouble

    Psalm 119:49-56

    John Calvin writes, “If we meditate carefully on [God’s] word, we shall live even in the midst of death, nor will we meet with any sorrow so heavy for which it will not furnish us with a remedy.” God’s ...Read More

  • A Call for Us to Remember

    Psalm 106:6-48

    We are a forgetful people who tend to view our record of faithfulness to the Lord as being much better than it actually is. Thus, it is helpful for us not to forget when we have transgressed His law. We ...Read More

  • Saving the Lord’s Anointed

    Psalm 20

    Jesus Christ exemplifies what it means to trust wholly and completely in God. our Savior did not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds from our Creator (Matt. 4:1–4). He never failed to serve His ...Read More

  • God’s Call to Kiss His Son

    Psalm 2:7-12

    It is not difficult to get people to say nice things about Jesus when the only Jesus they know is the gentle Jesus of popular culture who makes no demands on anyone. That is not the Jesus of Scripture. We ...

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  • Opposing the Lord’s Annointed

    Psalm 2:1-6

    The Westminster Shorter Catechism says that Christ executes the office of king by “subduing us to himself, in ruling and defending us, and in restraining and conquering all his and our enemies” (Q&A 26). All who oppose this work do so in vain. He will conquer the hearts of His elect, drawing them all to Himself. He will defeat His enemies and ours. He is the mighty King and Lord of all, and we need not fear anything if we are in Him.

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  • The Blessedness of Keeping God’s Law

    Psalm 119:1-8

    John Calvin comments, “We must not be influenced by our own designs, nor decide, according to carnal reason, what we are to do, but must at once come to the determination, that they who turn not aside, either to the ...Read More

  • What is Wisdom?

    Proverbs 9:10

    Since the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, the surest way to become wise is to pursue the knowledge of God. As we come to know more about Him, the foundation for wisdom becomes firmer in our ...Read More

  • God’s Wisdom in the Gospel

    Romans 16:27

    Take some time today to reflect on the gospel—the message that Christ lived and died to cover your sins with His righteousness, cleanse you from sin by His blood, and give you peace with God. By faith alone in ...Read More

  • Satan Crushed Under Our Feet

    Romans 16:20

    John Calvin comments on today’s passage that this promise refers not only to the last day when the final victory over Satan will be consummated, but also to the present era. God often defeats our enemies on this side of ...Read More

  • The Holy Church

    Ephesians 5:25-27

    We should find it greatly comforting that God regards all those who trust in Christ alone as holy. No matter how slowly our sanctification—our growth in holiness—seems to be progressing, we know that the Lord is keeping His ...Read More

  • Honoring the Saints

    Colossians 2:18-19

    One of the most significant achievements of the Protestant Reformation was the recovery of the biblical truth that Christ is the sole Mediator between God and man. When this truth is proclaimed, we have confidence to approach the Lord with ...Read More