• Abounding in Hope

    Romans 15:13

    Even though the subjective experience of peace and joy will wax and wane to some degree over the course of our walk with Christ, we should nevertheless expect our sense of peace and joy to grow stronger as we mature ...Read More

  • Abraham’s One Offspring

    Galatians 3:15–16

    Today’s passage reminds us that we receive the promised blessing of God not by genetics but through personal trust in the Messiah. Thus, the true children of Abraham are those who have faith — whether Jew or Gentile. In this ...Read More

  • Accepting His Deity

    Try using the Gloria Patri in this reading as a spiritual warfare song. Quote or sing it out loud.Read More

  • Accepting Our Helper

    Rejoice in this fact: The Holy Spirit, the Helper promised by Jesus, stands ready to assist you today.Read More

  • Accepting the Atonement of the Cross

    Make this declaration: “Heavenly Father, I accept without reservation the supernatural atonement of Jesus Christ on the cross.”Read More

  • Adopting Christ’s Attitude

    Ask God for an ever-increasing revelation of His glory.Read More

  • Adoption in Christ Jesus

    Galatians 4:4–5

    Augustine comments on the differences between us and Jesus: “We are sons of God through his generosity and the condescension of his mercy, whereas he is Son by nature, sharing the same divinity with the Father” (Ancient Christian Commentary on ...Read More

  • All Things Under Christ

    Hebrews 2:8b–9

    In His great wisdom, God has accomplished salvation for us but has decided to not yet apply all of its benefits. One of these benefits is the full and complete manifestation of His reign which is still yet to come. ...Read More

  • An Angel Visits Joseph

    Matthew 1:18–21

    In mercy, Joseph did not call for the Law’s harshest penalties on the wife he thought unfaithful (Deut. 22:13–21). Depending on the offense and its circumstances, while the church is always called to discipline, it is not always required to ...Read More

  • The Apostolic and Prophetic Word

    Ephesians 3:5

    The nature of the fuller revelation under the administration of the new covenant means that we must always interpret the Old Testament in light of the New Testament. As much as possible, we read the old covenant revelation through the ...Read More

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