• The Father’s Love for His Son

    <p class="p1">John 3:35</p>

    God has revealed Himself fully and finally in His Son, Jesus Christ. But how do we know Christ? Only through the Holy Scriptures, the Old and the New Testaments, which are given by God and so are the words of ...Read More

  • Irresistible Regeneration

    John 3:7–8

    When we say the grace of regeneration is irresistible, we do not deny that people can resist the Holy Spirit for a time. The point is that the Spirit can and will finally overcome all resistance to the truth in ...Read More

  • Our Need for Regeneration

    John 3:3–6

    We will discuss regeneration more over the next few studies. Today, let us remember, as Dr. R.C. Sproul writes in his commentary John, that “no one is born a Christian.” We cannot assume that our children are Christians just ...Read More

  • Nicodemus Comes to Jesus

    John 3:1–2

    That Jesus received and spoke with Nicodemus even though his faith was mixed with fear is encouraging to us. It shows us that we need not fear running to Jesus even when we feel like our faith is weak. In ...Read More

  • Jesus and the Hearts of Men

    John 2:23–25

    We can hide our motivations and thoughts from other people, but we can never hide them from Jesus. We should be honest with Him about our sin, because He knows it anyway, and the way to find forgiveness is to ...Read More

  • Scattering Seed

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  • The Need for Prayer

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  • The Lord’s Supper and Proclamation

    1 Corinthians 11:26

    Over the years, many people have felt themselves free to innovate with the Lord’s Supper, using elements Christ has not commanded or allowing anyone to take it whether they profess faith or not. Yet to do such things is a ...Read More

  • The Lord’s Supper as Remembrance

    Exodus 12

    Our God is a holy God who cannot wink at sin. He cannot simply forgive people without demanding a price for their sin. On the cross, Christ paid that high price of separation from God for His people. The bread ...Read More

  • Baptism and Circumcision

    Colossians 2:11–12

    Preeminently, repentance and faith are the covenant obligations for those who receive the sacrament. Just as those who were circumcised had to repent and believe, so must those who are baptized repent and believe. If we do not, we will ...Read More