Of all the glorious characteristics of God\’s nature, none outshines the goodness of his lovingkindness.
God expects his people to be givers, sacrificial givers, givers of themselves to him, givers to others in need.
When God sent his prophets to sinful man, he promised wrath for those who continue in rebellion. If we forget the reality that our God is indeed full of wrath against sin, we will be destroyed.
In the book of Hosea we are presented with a shocking, scandalizing, saving vision of the love of God.
YHWH is a different sort of God. He cares for those that the rest of the world ignores or abuses. He is the God of Justice.
Of all the things in this world we could trust and derive our true self from, Christ is the only one worth turning to.
Nothing about the Spirit of Christ lines up with the values of the world. This is arguably most obvious when it comes to the meekness and lowliness of Christ.
Psalm 27 teaches us how to think more rightly about God in prayer, recognizing his greatness and increasing our commitment to him.
\”Do not forget to show hospitality to strangers, for by so doing some people have shown hospitality to angels without knowing it.\” (Hebrews 13.2)