The Gospel of Christ is not a fairy tale, it\’s as real and true as the very Bread and Cup that God has given us to commemorate it.
Ahab\’s sin in the matter of Naboth\’s vineyard is one of many stories in Scripture that point toward the sacrifice of Christ.
In Mark 8 we learn something important about what it takes to really and truly understand Jesus. This miracle is an echo of why we need the Lord\’s Supper.
Jesus\’s last night with his disciples introduced a new life through him.
God honored the heart behind David\’s plan to build him a house, but it wasn\’t for David to do. God had other plans in mind for the house that needed to be built.
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.
The Lord\’s Supper is at once intensely personal and completely communal.
David learned some hard lessons when he brought the Ark to Jerusalem. That doesn\’t surprise us though; the presence of God is nothing to be toyed with and must be sought in the way he has prescribed in his word.
3 young Hebrews in Babylon show us how to live by faith regardless of what trials we might face.
We live in a world of shepherds who fail those who follow them. Jesus Christ is the Good Shepherd we\’ve been waiting for.