• Nehemiah’s Concern for Jerusalem

    Nehemiah 1

    Nehemiah clearly had a great love for his people, the Jews. As Christians, we must learn from this, for we are likewise commanded to love our people—our brothers and sisters in Christ. We should be seeking to grow in our ...Read More

  • Momentary Atheism

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  • Christian Amnesia

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  • David’s Song of Deliverance

    2 Samuel 22:1–20

    The Lord frequently delights to preserve us in more ordinary ways. In fact, we likely escape many dangers that we are never aware of because God is guarding us in ordinary ways—for example, perhaps the alarm never goes off and ...Read More

  • Mephibosheth Sits at the King’s Table

    2 Samuel 9

    The deep and abiding covenant love that David showed to Mephibosheth is an example for us today. We are to love those who are not necessarily able to do anything for us—the orphan, the widow, and others who may be ...Read More

  • Lament for Saul and Jonathan

    2 Samuel 1:17–27

    David’s lament over Jonathan again illustrates the powerful bond of friendship between the two men. There was nothing immoral about their relationship; rather, Jonathan was the friend who sticks closer than a brother (Prov. 18:24). We should show the same ...Read More

  • Jesus Prays for Our Unity

    John 17:20–21

    The unity for which Jesus prays in today’s passage is not an organizational or bureaucratic unity. Instead, Jesus is praying for unity in truth, love, and mission, just as He and His Father are united in truth, love, and mission. ...Read More

  • Humble Speech

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  • Christian Love Defined

    John 15:12–13

    Christian love is costly, and it looks for ways to give of itself to others. Every day, there are little ways we can sacrifice some of our rights and privileges in order to love others, especially those in the body ...Read More

  • Church Matters

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