The Cross: God’s Altar
Sep 3, 2014
Every believer has some theology of the atonement. Faith, after all, is trust in a crucified Savior, and without some understanding, such faith is impossible. Faith knows from the beginning who died on the cross, and it knows, too, why…
Why Have You Forsaken Me?
Apr 3, 2015
Six hours have now passed since the nails were driven home. After a long silence, we hear this anguished cry from the depths of the Savior’s soul.
The Help of God in Every Step
Nov 8, 2015
Dark shadows fall over the closing pages of John’s Gospel. For our Lord himself, there is the shadow of the cross; for the disciples, the shadow of his imminent departure. He is leaving them to return to the Father, and…
Adoption: A New Father and a New Heart
Dec 14, 2015
The divine judge not only acquits, but invites the sinner home — and not just for an evening. He adopts us as his own forever and makes us heirs to all he has.
Your Sorrow Will Turn to Joy
Morning & Evening Meditations for Holy Week
Mar 14, 2016
A team of pastors and scholars walk us through Holy Week with short meditations for each morning and evening, from Palm Sunday to the triumph of Easter.
Let Not Your Hearts Be Troubled
Mar 21, 2016
Holy Week teaches us to utterly trust God — even when we can’t see his reasons.
Joy Changes Everything
May 31, 2016
Without joy we are impotent, like Samson shorn of his strength, and this has huge implications for every Christian.
Unless You Become a Child
Dec 24, 2016
How would God counter the violence of tramping warriors and bloody tumults? By sending a child.
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