• Teaching with Authority

    Mark 1:21–22

    Jesus is often regarded as a good teacher, but as many Christian apologists have noted, we insult Christ if we view Him as merely a good teacher. Our Lord was not simply a wise moral philosopher; rather, He spoke with ...Read More

  • Three Key Terms

    Psalm 12:6

    If you agree that one of today’s terms is true of Scripture, then you must agree that all of them are true. If the Bible is inspired, if it is breathed out by God as 2 Timothy 3:16–17 says, then ...Read More

  • To Philemon and Company

    Philemon 1-3

    Take some time today to read through the entire epistle to Philemon. Consider how the different aspects of the letter combine to present Paul’s argument. Pick a verse or two to meditate upon; repeat it to yourself a few times ...Read More

  • To the Saints in Ephesus

    Ephesians 1:1-2

    Take some time today to read through Paul’s epistle to the Ephesians in preparation for our study in the days ahead. See if you can pick out some of the major themes in the letter and discern which of them ...Read More

  • Truth in a World of Lies

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  • Two Kinds of Land

    Hebrews 6:7–8

    Only God can make the soil of our hearts fit to receive the word of the gospel so that it will take root. We need the Lord to do this not only at conversion but continually throughout our Christian lives ...Read More

  • The Value of the Old Testament

    Romans 15:4

    Certain books and passages of Scripture have played greater roles in the history of theology than others; thus, it’s no surprise that some portions of the Bible are read more often than others. However, we must not make the mistake ...Read More

  • The Way, the Truth, the Life

    John 14:6

    We have many good reasons to receive the Scriptures as trustworthy: archaeological evidence, sound historicity of the biblical books, the testimony of God’s people, the splendor of the content, and many more. However, we ultimately receive Scripture as the Word ...Read More

  • Wielding the Sword

    1 Corinthians 14:33

    There are many fine resources that describe the basic rules for sound biblical interpretation, and it is a good idea to make use of them. In addition, we must always approach the Bible reverently, praying that the Lord will help ...Read More

  • Willful Ignorance

    Romans 12:1-8

    The verse used for our study today, Romans 12:2, is Ligonier’s theme verse. Its truth drives our goals and objectives, shaping even the way in which these daily studies are written. Give new priority to the role your transformed mind ...Read More

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