The story behind the hymn “O Love That Will Not Let Me Go” is soul-stirring. What’s even more powerful is the text from which its ideas are drawn - Romans 8. We dive into this text in order to see the truths which ground our confidence in a divine love which will not let us go.
What does "Fear and Trembling” mean (Psalm 2:11; 1 Samuel 12:24)?
The Bible says we are to fear God (Psalm 2:11; 1 Samuel 12:24). In light of this, please explain 1 John 4:17-19.
We have 4 stories intertwined in Hosea 2: Hosea and Gomer, Achan’s sin at Jericho, the Exodus, and God’s relationship to Israel. But the 5th story in this text is yours. It’s what this text is telling you about how you have treated God and what He has done in response.
In the 3rd of three sermons on The Ten Commandments, we explore how the New Testament handles the 10 which were the basis of Israel’s Ethical Standards. Do they have relevance to the Christian? And if so, then what advantage do we have of living them out?
As part of our series of examining how each Bible book points us to Jesus, we look at the overall message of Song of Solomon and its connections to God’s redemptive work through Jesus, even redemption of marital love and intimacy.
It's one of the most familiar Bible passages. But what does it mean specifically when applied to a marriage?
Psalm 107 gives us four pictures that capture our experience of lostness and brokenness until God intervened: Desert Wanderers, Guilt-Bound Prisoners, ......
JUSTICE is a word thrown around a lot. But do we really understand what God means by it? Sometimes the best way to learn the meaning of a word is to look at the surrounding key words in a Bible text which provide flavor. We look at Micah 6 and Psalm 33 to see which words help season our understanding of how God sees Justice and our role in its execution.
The biblical description of what it means to VISIT challenges us beyond our usual connotation. We first explore a case where Jesus VISITS a widow grieving over her lost son. And then we look at how this concept is applied to all of us in our responsibility toward widows and orphans.