As I was reading about Joseph's unjust imprisonment the other day, I was struck all of a sudden with the similarity and contrast between Joseph and John the Baptist.
A Good Friday Meditation
What can we learn from Jesus about how to die?
God's purpose in the blood of Jesus is our justification and our sanctification. They cannot be separated.
God is able to feel sorrow for something he has predestined, in view of foreknown evil and pain, and yet still will to do it for wise reasons.
There is a kind of shame that you should not be ashamed of.
Great and lasting things are at stake for future generations not only because of what we teach, but also because of what we are.
We surrender our hope if we sacrifice our belief in the sovereignty of God over evil.
Fresh statements of old truth are always needed, because without them people will read error.
Why Christians should never knowingly take money won by gambling.
Consider three criteria for deciding when to love others with mercy and when to love them with justice.
Thoughts on mercy and justice in 2 Thessalonians 3:6-15.
No one can receive mercy at the cross and still be casual about the will of God.
Five statements that summarize the magnificent relationship of Jesus Christ to every part of the Scriptures.