1 Peter 1:1-2 is one of the most explicit explanations of the Trinity in the Bible—and each Person’s role in redemption.Read More The Trinitarian Work of Redemption in 1 Peter 1:1-2
There is a remarkable similarity between the Synoptic Gospel accounts of Jesus calming the sea and Psalm 107.Read More Jesus Calms The Storm — In the Psalms
The disciples dropped everything to follow Jesus, and it cost them still more.Read More Leaving Everything to Follow Jesus
Matthew 18:14 does not imply that God wills for all men to come to himself.Read More Who are “these little ones” in Matthew 18:14?
And they have conquered him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony, for they loved not their lives even unto death. (Revelation 12:11).Read More Christians will be censored. And we’ll survive.
Jesus is categorically clear that remarriage after divorce is adultery, without providing any conditions.Read More Remarrying after divorce is not permitted in the New Testament
I recently attended a church meeting at which someone said, “I grew up in church, but didn’t know until my mid-twenties that you had to actually invite Jesus into your heart.” That is wrong. I have a tendency toward speaking too soon or jumping to conclusions, and so I didn’t say anything at the time. […]Read More Do we need to invite Jesus into our hearts?