Sermons on Redemptive History
Every detail of the death of Christ happened according to the plan of God, even his betrayal and excessive agonies.
The sins committed against Joseph made Christ's coming possible.
God exalted Christ's kingship by having him retake what men could not handle--the throne of Israel.
The promise will be fulfilled in spite of all judgment.
Everything, without exception, has to do with God, and gets its main meaning from God.
God is not eager to punish; he is eager to forgive. But there is an end to his patience.
The book of Acts is not just the acts of the apostles; it is the acts of the risen, living, enthroned Jesus.
Today is a day of repentance and salvation, of missions and evangelism, and of loving and sending.
Every person who trusts in Christ becomes part of the true Israel of God.
Recognizing Israel's privileges only underlines the tragedy that so many Jews are accursed and cut off from Christ because of unbelief.
Don’t think that God's sovereignty nullifies the need to pray for a sinner's salvation. Rather, see it as the ground for praying with hope.
Do not grumble; it is God's grace that sends you into the wilderness. He is inoculating you against the infections of wealth.
God’s election of the children of promise is what guarantees that his word never fails.