• Moses Was Hidden

    Hebrews 11:23

    Do you fear the king’s edict? Are you more concerned for your own safety than with the kingdom of God? True persevering faith fears God and not the decrees of wicked rulers. Pray for believers around the world who ...Read More

  • The Bones of Joseph

    Hebrews 11:22

    The Bible does not teach that we will spend eternity as disembodied spirits. Rather, it teaches that one day our physical bodies will be transformed along with all of creation, and that we will live on in glorified bodies. Rejoice ...Read More

  • Blessings from Jacob

    Hebrews 11:21

    True persevering faith manifests itself in an attitude of worship through all seasons of life. Though the exact manifestation of this worship may differ depending on our circumstances, persevering faith always manifests its trust in worship. As you go through ...Read More

  • Isaac Blesses His Sons

    Hebrews 11:20

    At the end of his life, Isaac had no land to leave to his children. Neither did he have the many descendants promised to Abraham. But he did have God’s word of promise, and that word was sufficient for ...Read More

  • The Offering of Isaac

    Hebrews 11:17–19

    God’s command that the Messiah must die (Isa. 53) seemed at first glance to be inconsistent with His promise that Messiah would rule the earth (Zech. 9:10). But now we see that both are perfectly consistent. We must ...Read More

  • A Heavenly Country

    Hebrews 11:14–16

    John Calvin writes that “there is no place for us among God’s children, except we renounce the world, and that there will be for us no inheritance in heaven, except we become pilgrims on earth.” Is your heart set ...Read More

  • Strangers and Exiles

    Hebrews 11:13

    John Calvin said that if the old covenant saints, having only a shadowy glance of Christ, could persevere in faith to the end of their lives, how much more ought we do the same? We know more fully the superiority ...Read More

  • Sarah Conceived

    Hebrews 11:11–12

    The realities of this life make it inevitable that doubts regarding the promises of God will arise. Spend time in prayer and study now so that you will be able to stand firm when these doubts come. If you are ...Read More

  • Abraham Went Out

    Hebrews 11:8–10

    Jesus is our ultimate example of one who lived as a stranger in the Promised Land. By dwelling (or, “tabernacling”) among us (John 1:14), He became the ultimate example of the one who lived in tents in the land ...Read More

  • Noah Built an Ark

    Hebrews 11:7

    Many people admire Jesus, but few believe in, or even think about, His second coming. At His coming, He will judge the whole earth and renew all things. Ask the Lord to increase your faith so that you will live ...Read More

  • Without Faith

    Hebrews 11:6

    Do you seek God diligently? Do you make use of prayer, Bible study, worship, and the sacraments, baptism and the Lord’s Supper? Do you awake in the morning resolved to seek God, no matter what comes your way? Take ...Read More

  • Taken Up by God

    Hebrews 11:5

    Two thousand years ago, God spoke to His people face to face in the person of Christ Jesus. One day, Jesus will return, and we will live in the direct presence of God forevermore. We show our longing for this ...Read More

  • Acceptable Sacrifice

    Hebrews 11:4

    Do you trust that God will provide for you? Do you believe that God will really give you all that you need? Take some time to look at the things you can offer to God — for example, time, money, or ...Read More

  • Things Hoped For

    Hebrews 11:1–2

    The arrival of the new heavens and the new earth is one example of a promise that has yet to be fulfilled. But the resurrection and ascension of Christ guarantees that the whole created order will be transformed. Ask the ...Read More

  • Being Faithful

    Romans 1:16–17

    We often do not feel like righteous people, nonetheless we are declared righteous on account of our faith in Christ. As such, we must live a life that reflects this reality. If you have broken a promise recently, go apologize ...Read More