November 16, 2014
Jesus Christ is a superior high priest to any Old Testament priest because he was called by God to be a priest in Melchizedek’s order, which was superior to Aaron’s order. Furthermore, he holds his priesthood permanently because of his endless life, becoming “the source of eternal salvation to all who obey him.”
November 2, 2014
Jesus Christ, God’s Son, is superior to God’s prophets and servants, the angels. If the Law revealed by God’s prophets and angels punished those who disobeyed, we must not turn away from faith in God’s Son. His incarnation and suffering for sin makes him the perfect Brother Priest.
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!
April 20, 2014
This day should be full of hope and praise! Every day should be lived in confidence that Jesus is coming again to rule as no other (vv. 24–28).
December 24, 2013
“Blessed be the Lord God of Israel, for he has visited and redeemed his people and has raised up a horn of salvation for us in the house of his servant David.” Luke 1:68-69
December 22, 2013
How and why Jesus came is to impact our values, our judgment, our thinking. The humiliation of the incarnation used by Paul to help believers see the importance of servant-like conduct.
December 15, 2013
God’s gift to the world—His only Son, Jesus Christ—is an indescribable gift because it was a personal and sacrificial gift, an undeserved gift of grace, a gift that had eternal impact, and a gift that keeps on giving. Thanks be to God for his indescribable gift!
November 10, 2013
Instead of being weakened by corrupting influences around it, the local church should be “strengthened by grace.”
October 27, 2013
James tells us that a living faith produces obedience. In other words, we know that our faith is genuine when it transforms our lives. What could be more obvious than our speech? We all speak, we all sin, and we must all take responsibility for our words. Because speaking is so easy, it is often one […]
August 11, 2013
Our morality is founded on our theology. What we believe determines how we act. How can we please God with the money and resources which he has entrusted to us? Two biblical principles can help us please God, and they stem from two of God’s attributes: his sovereignty and his goodness.