• The Abundance of Blessing in Christ

    Ephesians 1:3

    Between the birth and the return of Jesus, the age to come overlaps with the present age. To be blessed in Christ is to enjoy a foretaste of future blessings — intimacy with God, true life, and even, at times, ...Read More

  • Accepting Correction from the Father

    Are you able to accept correction from your heavenly Father? Do you respond to it properly? Pray about this.Read More

  • Acts of Providence

    Isaiah 28:23–29

    Have you ever become angry with God because you didn’t understand why you had to suffer while someone else you knew never seemed to have any problems? If so, or even if you’ve wondered why there seems to be disproportionate ...Read More

  • Adonai

    Psalm 8

    Humanity’s most basic sin is the desire to throw off the Lord’s external authority and become a law unto ourselves. Even we who have been transformed by His grace must likewise war against this desire, which often manifests itself in ...Read More

  • Adonai

    Psalm 8

    Our greatest temptation as Christians is to live as if Jesus is not the Lord of our lives. When the culture sets the agenda for our worship and ethics, it has become our lord. If we do not confess Christ ...Read More

  • Affirming God’s Sovereignty

    What difficulties are you currently facing? Reaffirm your trust in the sovereignty of God, who is working all things together for His good pleasure.Read More

  • Alike, But Very Different

    Psalm 18

    One of the most valuable spiritual exercises that we can engage in is to meditate on a few of the analogical descriptions of the Lord in Scripture. Taking terms such as rock or shepherd, we can consider how God is ...Read More

  • Alike, but Very Different

    Psalm 18

    As John Calvin has said, God condescends to our limitations, revealing Himself in our words with images that give us real knowledge about His nature. Today consider three metaphors often used for our Father in Scripture — rock, light, and ...Read More

  • Amos Prays and God Relents

    Amos 7:1–9

    The Lord has ordained all of history and “works all things according to the counsel of his will” (Eph. 1:11), so He knew that Amos would pray and that He would relent when He gave the visions of the locusts ...Read More

  • The Angel Brings Judgment

    1 Chronicles 21

    Our culture is accustomed to seeing Jesus as meek and mild; indeed, this is an accurate picture of Him. Yet it is not a full-orbed depiction, for He is also the great Judge to come who will execute God’s wrath ...Read More

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