• All Enter through Him

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  • The Anchor of Our Souls

    1 Corinthians 15:53-55

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  • Atonement: Our Only Hope

    1 Corinthians 15:17

    The need for an atonement is deeply ingrained in the human psyche. The religions of the world have practices that purport to atone for sin. Even atheists and agnostics try to offer some kind of atonement when they have wronged ...Read More

  • At the Feast of Booths

    John 7:1–13

    The hatred of Jesus, John Calvin writes, shows that “the Gospel cannot be faithfully preached without summoning the whole world, as guilty, to the judgment-seat of God, that flesh and blood may thus be crushed and reduced to nothing.” People ...Read More

  • Benefiting from God’s Message

    Hebrews 4:1–2

    Matthew Henry comments, “When we have heard the word, assenting to the truth of it, approving of it, accepting the mercy offered, applying the word to ourselves with suitable affections, then we shall find great profit and gain by the ...Read More

  • Christ Our Vicarious Substitute

    Matthew 3:13–17

    The Bible teaches double imputation. Our sin is imputed to Christ, put on Him on the cross, where He bears God’s wrath against it. His righteousness is imputed to us, put on our record, enabling the Father to declare us ...Read More

  • Confident in the Truth

    Isaiah 40:8

    If our confidence in proclaiming God’s Word is grounded in our own abilities, then we will be arrogant and will ultimately not stand for the truth under pressure. Our confidence must be grounded in the Word of God itself, in ...Read More

  • Covenatal Intervention

    Genesis 3:15

    God could have abandoned all people when Adam fell, leaving us totally under the devil’s domain with no desire to resist him. But the Lord graciously intervened to give His people the will to resist Satan and, even better, God ...Read More

  • A Further Explanation of Faith

    Hebrews 11:6

    Charles Spurgeon exhorts us in his sermon “Faith”: “Do what you may, strive as earnestly as you can, live as excellently as you please, make what sacrifices you choose, be as eminent as you can for everything that is lovely ...Read More

  • A Gentle King

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