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D. A. Carson states the Bible’s truths on this issue with two non-negotiable statements that must be affirmed as true (in the first sentence): In the Bible, God’s utter sovereignty does not diminish human responsibility; conversely, human beings are moral … Continue reading
Today I was browsing Genesis 1 thinking about what God was trying to say to me and the world through this text. I wanted to know how I would approach expositing this chapter. As I thought about it a few … Continue reading
“Perhaps the most frightening cases are those where countless sins are committed by many, many people, and God does absolutely nothing about it. For the worst judgment occurs when God turns his back on people, and resolutely lets sin take … Continue reading
I just finished reading Isaiah 36-39 and was struck by my resonating with a sinful attitude in Hezekiah’s life. Hezekiah proudly showed off his wealth/power to Babylonian emissaries. God rebuked him through the prophet Isaiah and told him that a … Continue reading
D. A. Carson writes: “Here, then, is an image of greatness in the kingdom that shatters our pretensions, abases our pride, shames our selfish aspirations… Those who aspire to ecclesiastical heights and great reputations need to reflect at length on … Continue reading
God answers the question of how to love one another through the apostle John. It may not be an answer that “Christians” like who don’t take the Bible seriously and seek to read and obey it carefully (yet not legalistically). … Continue reading
The main thought that hits me this morning is having eyes to see God, see what he is doing, and to know him from that sight. It is possible to have eyes and not see as Jesus warns in Matthew … Continue reading
I don’t mess with our church because I am scared of God. I love God too, but I’m scared of him because I’m no match for him. I can destroy or harm the church in several ways as a member. … Continue reading
After reading 1 Samuel 20, the idea of God-centered friendship struck me. Jonathan, the son of Saul and heir to the throne, and David, anointed by Samuel and chosen by God as the next king, are good friends. These are … Continue reading