God doesn’t just call you to believe, He calls you to belong.
God promises that His Word will both guard you and guide you.
God intends for you to find just as much purpose and meaning during the week as on the weekend. You can do so when you understand that work is both a part of God’s design and a form of worship.
While it is impossible to do or say the right thing on every occasion, you can certainly reduce the frequency in which you do or say the wrong thing.
With His death and resurrection, Jesus did away with the need for the physical Temple, eliminating our separation, becoming our mediation, and providing our sanctification.
It’s not spirituality or sincerity that validate us before God—it’s the Savior.
Mount Moriah teaches us that God is concerned with our spiritual development and with our spiritual deliverance.
Death is certain; its time is not. Don’t waste this moment.
In God’s pronouncement of punishment on Israel and Judah, we learn three truths about our own sin.
God uses Hosea’s life as a picture of rejection, a pronouncement of retribution, and a promise of reconciliation.