Judas used the symbol of affection and honour to betray the Son of Man in what was the vilest acts in history. Why didn’t he just point Him out instead?
How did James go from a skeptical, unbelieving brother to a sold-out, church-leading servant of Christ? That seems like such an unlikely transformation
If Jesus is God, He must be sovereign and omniscient. And yet, He claims to not know when He would come back. How can this be?
There is no greater thing than to rehearse what God has done through his Son, the Lord Jesus Christ, in turning our darkness into light
Led to be crucified, having endured much brutality, Jesus addresses the Jews one more time along the way: yet again for their sake, not His own
To our Lord, commitment is not measured by our willingness to swing a sword; rather, it is a measure of our readiness to herald the truth
God could choose to save everyone — or destroy everyone. Yet, He chooses to save some and pass over others for destruction
Something we tend to forget often is: there are no limits to what God can do through lives that are wholly surrendered to Him
That we will all die is well established. What happens after we take our last breath is disputed. But the Bible has answers
What do we have to look forward to after the Winter of this life? According to the promise of the gospel, everything — but most of all, resurrection
Worship is the highest duty of man. But God has certain rules about how to go about it too — laws that were given for our good
The church's approach to sexual brokenness can end up pushing people away if we only focus on the sin at the expense of the whole picture
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