In the Gospels, Jesus often used illustrations to make His point. But why would He refer to clothing and wine when asked about fasting?
Till the day that David summoned him, Mephibosheth lived in fear. But the king treated him, the grandson of the enemy, like his own son
Many things about the book of Hosea seem strange. But God. And we shouldn't miss what is revealed about Him
If God cannot disagree with Himself, why do the Father and the Son seem to have differing views on unclean foods?
The Bible is firmly divided into old and new Testaments, and we know we live in the age of ‘grace’. That begs a question: is the Law still relevant to us?
What is the proof of God’s love? For one, you could freeze any moment in history or eternity — and you would find Him thinking of you
God can deliver in various ways. Sometimes, He does it all Himself without our involvement at all; other times, He may strengthen us to defend ourselves
Both Mount Sinai and Mount Zion picture covenants between a holy God and sinful man — but only one signifies Good News for all
The Israelites made the grave mistake of mistaking the outward motions of religion for real holiness — and Christians can easily fall into the same trap
Marriage, as an institution, gets a pretty bad rap these days. John Piper’s This Momentary Marriage tells us what happily-ever-afters are really made of
What do you see when you glance back at your life? Chances are: plenty of evidence of God’s ever-faithful leading and goodness beyond measure
If our idea of ‘separation’ is only concerned with externals or superficial things, we are no better than the hypocrites Jesus berated in the first century
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