Tag Archives: Psalms
When you look at your life, do you feel that you always do the right thing? Do you act justly? Micah 6:8 tells us that basically all God asks of us is to act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with Him. Have you (or I) done this all the time? Hardly. We stumble and […]
The topic of depravity seems very topical today, but by its nature, depravity is a subject that most of us want to avoid. Dwelling upon the innate evil in the human heart is at best uncomfortable. It comes as no surprise that the depravity of man is not the frequent subject of sermons per se. […]
How and why can we trust the Bible to be true? Certainly faith in God’s divine love are crucial to this trust, but the Lord has given us a book that is vast in historical scope and yet internally consistent, verifiable and confirmed by external sources. Yet without the moving of the Holy Spirit, no […]
God’s disciples are commanded to study and meditate upon God’s Word. Furthermore, we are told to share this Word with others, our families, friends, even strangers. So how do we know who to speak with? Is it everyone? Anyone? As with all things pertaining to faith and practice, the Bible tells. While the Gospel is […]
It is amazing how many times Jesus Christ demonstrated divine foreknowledge of the Passion. Yet, no one else seemed to see it until afterward. This week’s lesson focuses on one parable that shows just how much Christ understood. Join us as we explore the Parable of the Vineyard and the Husbandmen.
This week’s lesson covers the parable of the Pharisee and the Publican (a.k.a. the Pharisee and the Tax Collector). As you probably know, the Pharisees were the religious elite of first century Israel. While the exact origin of this sect is unclear, we know that they were chiefly co concerned with adherence to the Mosaic […]
On this All Hallow’s Eve, are you look for Christ or looking forward to candy, parties, or costumes? This week’s parable admonishes the children of God to remain watchful. The Parable of the Watchful Servants encourages and warns us in clear language about the results of our diligence or lack thereof. Join us tonight or […]