• To the Saints in Colossae

    Colossians 1:1-2

    Take some time today to read through the book of Colossians in preparation for our study over the next few months. Ask the Holy Spirit to help you understand this important letter and to grant all of us who are ...Read More

  • Tracing the Genealogy of Jesus

    Who is Jesus to you?Read More

  • The Transfiguration

    Matthew 17:1–8

    In placing the transfiguration of Christ in between two predictions of suffering and death (Matt. 16:21–28; 17:9–13), God provides assurance that trouble will not always be the lot of His Son and His people. When adversity tempts us to despair ...Read More

  • Treasuring Redemption’s Price

    Reflect on what Jesus did for you on Calvary. Give thanks for the Lamb of God who bore your sin.Read More

  • Trinitarian Salvation

    Ephesians 2:18

    Adherents of other religions confess belief in one God, but orthodox Christianity alone affirms the existence of one God who exists eternally as three persons who all share the same essence. The love shared between the three persons of the ...Read More

  • The Triumphal Entry

    Matthew 21:1–11

    Throughout Scripture we find that humility is the path to victory and exaltation. The world does not expect to find true strength in those who are humble, but God has a way of taking what sinners do not find glorious ...Read More

  • True Belief

    Romans 10:1-9

    Publicly owning Christ as Lord, especially with our mouths, is sometimes very difficult. Think for a moment: Has there been some occasion recently when you might have spoken up for Christ but did not? Were you compromising, or was it ...Read More

  • The True Firstborn of Israel

    Colossians 1:18

    Matthew Henry explains in his commentary on today’s passage that Christ “has given us evidence of our resurrection from the dead.” We are confident that we have a share in the full blessings of the age to come because the ...Read More

  • True Food and Drink

    John 6:55

    Although Christ is not advocating the view of transubstantiation, He is saying something true when He refers to His body as our bread and His blood as our drink. As noted in Calvin’s comments above, there is a real spiritual ...Read More

  • True God

    John 3:16

    In Cur Deus Homo, Anselm of Canterbury gives another reason why the Mediator must be fully God: “If any other person [except God] were to redeem a man from eternal death, the redeemed man would be rightly judged to be ...Read More

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