The believer’s chief end is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever.
All of life is continuing education for the believer, to renounce ungodliness and worldly passions.
Just as the Israelites made a covenant to obey God, believers today should be committed to the authority of God’s Word, separate from the world’s values, and faithful in supporting community worship with their energy and resources.
Our hearts should thrill to study the Son of Man and all it means, because our Lord is gracious, glorified, and returning with glory.
In Nehemiah 9, the battles are no longer against neighboring adversaries; the real fight is against sin in the heart.
The Bible proves that Jesus is the Son of God. What does Matthew specifically have to say about this truth?
Matthew was determined to show his readers that Jesus of Nazareth was actually the King from Heaven.
Matthew makes the case that Jesus was the Promised One, Israel’s true deliverer – Messiah.
How should the Jews’ attention and reaction to the Law in Nehemiah 8 impact ours to God’s Word?
Peter’s words about Jesus as the “Author of life” are significant to us. As we celebrate Easter, let’s focus on the impact of Resurrection Sunday.
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