Sermons on The Bible
It is by prayer that our eyes will be opened to see wonder in God's Word and be changed.
The Word of God is living and active and penetrates to the bottom of our lives and rips the pleasant mask off the ugly face of sin.
The combination of instruction with emotion in the Psalms.
There can be no spiritual life and health and growth without God's word.
Wherever God is revealed in the Old Testament, Jesus is revealed.
More than just memorizing Scripture, Jesus' words abiding in us means they take root in us and bear fruit.
Our souls need Scripture just like our bodies need oxygen: moment by moment, every day.
Live in God's word and in prayer, and you will be strengthened to defeat the devil.
Moment by moment, our vital union with Christ is sustained, shaped, and carried by the Word of God.
Prayer and meditation are as inseparable in the Christian life as the Spirit and the Word of God.
Life in this world is like a river, not a lake. And if you don't listen earnestly to Jesus, you will drift down to destruction.
Long for the pure milk of the Word. Do not settle for spiritual fatalism. It is not God's will for you.
The power to love comes through hoping in God.
In meditation on the Word of God and in following it there is great reward—greater than much fine gold.
The fountain of forgiveness has been opened for you. And if you cleanse yourself through faith in that fountain, all the subsequent promises to God's people are yours.
The difference between mythical speculations and Christian faith is history. Our doctrines are not the result of clever head-work. They are the result of historical observation.