If we are unmerciful, unforgiving people, if we hold grudges or cherish resentments or plan revenge, then what we are saying in effect to God is, "This is the way I prefer life to be." And so he will give us what we have preferred at the day of judgment; no mercy, no forgiveness, but only vengeance. If Christ has not changed us (and I don't mean perfection, but only significant change), then probably we have never known him.
If God values joyful, loving generosity so much as to give his beloved Son to create it in his people, then we can be absolutely assured that when we are more generous, we will be more happy and more fulfilled because God is bound to work mightily for those whose behavior he values so highly.
Don't trust in the kind of tree you are. If there is no fruit that accords with repentance, you will be destroyed.
Laziness makes us resistant against any truth that exposes our laziness.
The reason being saved is the greatest experience in the world is because God is the greatest Person in the world.
The claims of the New Testament have more support than you might think.
The law is not our primary means for bearing fruit. It serves mostly to teach us that we don't bear fruit apart from the gospel.
What Jesus wants most is that his elect get what they want most: eyes to see and savor the Son of God.
If God is sovereign, we are secure no matter how perilous it is to obey him.
Is there a way that Jewish suffering may find, not its cause, but its final meaning in the suffering of Jesus Christ?
Natural disasters bring both judgment and mercy, punishment and purification.
It is acceptable to conduct your worship service on a day other than the Lord's Day?
What does the Bible teach about the Trinity? How is it not a contradiction for God to be both three and one?