• Divine Unity

    Matthew 28:18–20

    Jesus sometimes says that the Father is greater than He is (John 14:28). But that is not a reference to His divine essence; rather, in taking on our flesh, God the Son submits to the Father as a man, for ...Read More

  • The Father Revealed in the Son

    John 14:7–10

    The Father and the Son share the same divine essence; thus, They are identical in Their attributes. John Calvin comments that in Christ “God has fully revealed himself, so far as God’s infinite goodness, wisdom, and power, are clearly manifested ...Read More

  • The Father’s Gift to Christ

    John 17:6

    Though Jesus focuses primarily on His first disciples in today’s passage, His teaching on divine election also applies to all believers, for He prays for all His people (John 17:20). God’s choice of us reminds us that we cannot take ...Read More

  • God Is Eternal

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  • God the Father

    Exodus 4:22–23

    Good earthly fathers will do whatever is necessary to protect and provide for their sons and daughters. If that is true of our earthly fathers, how much more true is it of the Lord? Our Father who cares for us ...Read More

  • God the Holy Spirit

    Genesis 1:1–2

    It is easy for us to think of the Spirit as an impersonal force and somehow less than God. In fact, many cults affirm just that. However, the Bible teaches us clearly that the Spirit is God and we are ...Read More

  • God the Holy Spirit

    Acts 5:1–11

    Jesus no longer walks the earth in the flesh, but Scripture does not paint this as disadvantageous. Jesus has given us another Advocate or Helper like Himself. God incarnate has given us God the Holy Spirit (John 14:15–17), so our ...Read More

  • God the Son

    John 1:1–18

    Jesus calls those who serve Him His friends (John 15:13–15), but this should not lead us to see Christ as merely a friend. The One who is our friend is also our Lord, and we are to seek to worship ...Read More

  • The Institution of Baptism

    Matthew 28:18–20

    Matthew Henry comments that “baptism is into the name of Father, Son, and Holy Ghost; this was intended as the summary of the first principles of the Christian religion, and of the new covenant.” If a baptism is not administered ...Read More

  • Our Teacher the Holy Spirit

    John 14:25–26

    Sacred Scripture does not consist of merely human writings. Instead, the Scripture is inspired by our triune God and deserves our full attention and submission. When we are reading Scripture, we are reading not merely a humanly written book but ...Read More

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