• Forgiveness, Part 2

    The Bible is abundantly clear, in both the Old and New Testaments, that God is merciful and forgiving, even to us who are undeserving. God’s

  • Forgiveness, Part 1

    A common perception people have of God from the Old Testament is of a wrathful deity with his hand hovering over the Smite! button, ready

  • The Glory of The Lord

    In Old Testament times, the glory of the Lord was something seen indirectly, at a distance, from behind. With the Lord Jesus, all of a

  • The Return

    At the destruction of Jerusalem, the people of Judah went into exile in Babylon. When king Cyrus decreed the people could return to rebuild Jerusalem,

  • Comfort in the Lord’s Coming

    Isaiah 40 gives us many reasons to rejoice at the return of the Lord. We rejoice because He is a mighty God, a good Shepherd.

  • Comfort in Troubled Times

    God comforts us through the difficult parts of life, so that we may, in turn, comfort others as they go through similar difficulties. In fact,

  • Jesus and The Law

    How does Jesus see the law? Considering that the lawbreakers wanted to be close to Jesus, whereas the law keepers wanted nothing to do with

  • Restoring Wayward Children

    The people of Israel had strayed far, far from God and His plan for them, and had suffered devastating consequences as a result. Yet despite

  • Dying To Self

    In these days of selfies, Snapchat and Facebook, there is no greater need in our personal life than to “die to self.” Jesus said that

  • God’s Faithfulness

    Faithfulness is one of God’s enduring qualities, consistent throughout history, unaffected by geographical location, unchanging in contrast to our varying degrees of faithfulness (or lack