• Moses Identifies with Israel by Faith

    Hebrews 11:24–26

    The Bible does not teach that the good things of this world are automatically forbidden to God’s people. In fact, we are free to enjoy them, provided that we can enjoy them without sinning. When the choice is between obeying ...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

  • Lessons from the Good Samaritan

    Luke 10:25-37

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  • 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

  • The Anchor of Our Souls

    1 Corinthians 15:53-55

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  • New Covenant Teaching

    Hebrews 8:11–12

    Do we really believe that the gospel is for all people? If we do, then we will be willing to share the gospel with people of all kinds—with those who look like us and those who do not, with those ...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

  • A Sober Warning

    Hebrews 2:1–4

    We want people to choose Christ, but we must be careful never to let them think that choosing Christ is as inconsequential as choosing to wear a blue shirt rather than a red one or selecting chocolate ice cream over ...Read More

  • Manasseh’s Repentance

    2 Chronicles 33:10–20

    There is a time to examine our consciences and to understand the full magnitude of our sin. However, if we are not careful, such introspection can turn into despair. Thus, we must also meditate on the grace of God and ...Read More

  • A Gentle King

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