January 13, 2015
Paul, writing to Titus, gives him instruction as he serves churches on the island of Crete. His job is “putting what remained in order” (1:5) after Paul has left. This involves appointing elders (1:5–16) and teaching the believers how to follow Christ in daily living—“what accords with sound doctrine” (2:1–3:11).
December 28, 2014
God’s greatest gift—His gospel grace—equips us and encourages us to share that gift with responsibility and without reservation.
December 14, 2014
Who is this Jesus we celebrate at Christmas? John tells us that he is the eternally existing God, the Creator of the universe, the Giver of life, and the Light—the Savior—of the world!
December 7, 2014
Because of Jesus’ infinite and perfect sacrifice, superior to any Old Testament offering, we must believe in God with confidence in Jesus Christ.
November 30, 2014
Jesus Christ, the ultimate high priest, is also the mediator of a wonderful new covenant—one which offers eternal forgiveness for sin.
November 23, 2014
We must remain faithful to the inspired word of God.
November 9, 2014
Jesus, God’s faithful Son, is superior to Moses, God’s faithful servant and the “founding father” of Old Covenant religion. Just as the Israelites in the wilderness could not enter God’s rest because of unbelief, we too ought to strive to enter that rest by persevering in faith in Jesus Christ.
November 2, 2014
The Jews were up to their same plots, the officials were up to their same tricks, Paul was committed to the same gospel, and Christ is still advancing his Word through his servants.
October 26, 2014
While Paul exposes their charges as false, he shows that his love for God is true. What Paul did “confess” to is what we should all be “guilty” of.
October 19, 2014
Communion aids us in our perseverance. It keeps our testimony vibrant and our eyes fixed on the Founder and Perfecter of our faith. It connects us to all who looked faithfully for his return!