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Revelation 21 is the climax of the letter and the Bible as a whole. It begins with creation and ends with new creation here. Once again the will and purpose…
‘No condemnation’ in Romans 8.1 leads to ‘no separation’ in v.39. Those two realities shape salvation, but there is more. Tucked away in the chapter is the biblical teaching of…
Matthew 5-7 is the greatest sermon from the greatest preacher-teacher Jesus himself. The crowds have surely seen the legalistic, man-centered pseudo-righteousness of the Pharisees. In place of that, Jesus urges…
There is good news. In NT Greek, gospel meaning good news often referred to victory on the battlefield. A herald would announce the news from the front lines. Early believers…
Psalm 23 are words for the living. If you read these next verses closely, you’ll notice a subtle yet strong shift in the psalm. Now, the Shepherd is seen as…
Psalm 23 has to be the favorite psalm of all, perhaps most famous of all biblical passages. Why do so many find such comfort and peace in these short verses?…

Here’s how I sum this message and hymn. Fear flees what faith faces. David is threatened. He is under attack. Danger is real. Perhaps, he feels as though a sniper…
What draws a church together after failure? In 1 Corinthians 5, the problem is an unsavory, illicit relationship. Instead of ‘cleaning house,’ the church compounds the problem by boasting in…
Paul now turns his attention in 1 Corinthians 5 to a new report from Corinth. Sexual matters are gospel matters too. Sometimes it’s easy to be deceived into thinking what…
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