Psalm 114 is a psalm of deliverance, distinction, dwelling, and delight.
We examine the many ways in which Christ was humiliated.
At a time when we should be able to expound the Scriptures to others, are we still babes? This exhortation comes from Hebrews 5:12 - 6:3.
We examine the two-fold nature of Christ: fully God and fully man.
In this message on Malachi 2:1-9, we compare the unfaithful priesthood with the faithful priesthood.
We examine six name of Christ: Jesus (Joshua), Messiah, Son of Man, Son of God, Lord, and Master.
A word of encouragement for the people of God in troubled times from Psalm 106:4-5.
As a blueprint draws out the plan for a building, so the law drew out the plan for the New Testament, as we see in Hebrews 10:1-18.
How do we reconcile the two covenants (Law of Moses and Covenant of Grace) with the fact that salvation has always been by grace?
As a hungry baby will not be assuaged by anything other than food, so the hungry child of God will not be satisfied by anything other than the feeding of the Word, as we see from Psalm 42.
What seed is in view in the promise "I will be a God to thee and to thy seed after thee" (Genesis 17:7)?
God was angered by the Israelites who had polluted their temple presentations and practices, and refused to plead with God for mercy, as we see in Malachi 1:6-14.
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