• Adam and Israel

    Hosea 6

    God was exceedingly gracious when He did not utterly destroy Israel or Adam when they sinned but preserved them so that His original purpose for them might one day be fulfilled. Today God is gracious to us when He freely ...Read More

  • Adamic Covenant

    Romans 5:12–14

    Jesus’ appeal to the Creation account in Genesis (Matt. 19:1–9) shows us that we can find much of God’s original will for humanity in the description of life before the Fall. When you find biblical passages that are hard to ...Read More

  • An Age of Lesser Glory

    Numbers 27:12-23

    The church of Jesus Christ is not without its blemishes, and there is much for which we all need to be in repentance. Yet it is also plain that God has granted to the new covenant church a measure of ...Read More

  • Another Day Later On

    Hebrews 4:8

    Jesus, the second Joshua, is the only one who can bring us into the fullness of God’s rest. He destroyed the power of all His enemies at the cross. His reign from David’s throne today guarantees that He will bring ...Read More

  • The Apostolic and Prophetic Word

    Ephesians 3:5

    The nature of the fuller revelation under the administration of the new covenant means that we must always interpret the Old Testament in light of the New Testament. As much as possible, we read the old covenant revelation through the ...Read More

  • Appearances Can Be Deceiving

    Colossians 2:23

    God’s law is good, but in itself cannot put the flesh to death because the problem is not simply that we do not obey the Lord but that we do not want to obey Him apart from the grace He ...Read More

  • An Assault on God’s Glory

    Mark 11:18–19

    That the first-century Jewish leaders were unprepared for the return of the glory of God to the temple serves as a warning to us. Christ, the glory of God, is coming again in glory to consummate His kingdom (Acts 1:6–11). ...Read More

  • Assurance for Abraham

    Genesis 22:15–19

    Christians do good works. And in His marvelous grace, our Father “looking upon them in His Son, is pleased to accept and reward that which is sincere, although accompanied with many weaknesses and imperfections” (Westminster Confession of Faith, 16.6). If ...Read More

  • Becoming Obsolete

    Hebrews 8:13

    We live in a period of overlapping ages. The old covenant has passed away and the new covenant era is becoming more and more a reality. One day we will not need the written Law because it will be completely ...Read More

  • A Better Covenant

    Hebrews 7:22

    God’s oath, a condescension to us, guarantees the superiority of the new covenant. God has sworn that this covenant will never be superseded. There is nothing that will ever make Him change that. Reflect on your status as a member ...Read More

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