• Walk by Faith

    John 4:48-50

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  • A Fixed Day

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  • The Basis of Christ’s Priesthood

    Hebrews 7:15–19

    The indestructible life of Christ gives us great hope. Because He shares it with all who rest in Him alone for salvation, we know that eternal life is surely ours and can never be lost. The basis for our living ...Read More

  • A Secure Hope in a Secure Place

    Hebrews 6:18–20

    Our hope is in heaven and will be consummated in the world to come. However, even now we enjoy a foretaste of it in the forgiveness of sins, the fellowship of the church, and the presence of the Holy Spirit. ...Read More

  • God’s Oath to Abraham

    Hebrews 6:13–17

    One of the clearest evidences of God’s grace is His willingness to condescend to our weakness. God had no need to swear an oath in order for Him to keep His Word, for He never lies (Titus 1:2). But He ...Read More

  • Petitioning for Others

    Ephesians 3:14-17

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  • The Epistle to the Hebrews

    Hebrews 7:22

    Most of us are not from a Jewish background, but that does not mean we are not tempted to leave Christ and go back to where we were before we met Him. But the book of Hebrews makes it clear ...Read More

  • Working and Eating

    2 Thessalonians 3:10

    Christians are to be kind and compassionate, helping those who are truly in need. At the same time, the church is no place of charity for the idle. We must seek to wisely assist those who cannot support themselves, especially ...Read More

  • A Warning against Idleness

    2 Thessalonians 3:6–9

    Many people want to work but are unable to do so because of illness, disability, or other things outside their control. Others are unable to work because they cannot find employment even though they are trying. Still others are able-bodied ...Read More

  • The Faithfulness of the Lord

    2 Thessalonians 3:3–5

    One of the most precious truths about the Lord is that even if others are unfaithful, He is always faithful to us. We never need to doubt that He is working out His good purposes for us, and we must ...Read More