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Post Series: 2 Corinthians 12:1–10 Rejoice in Your Weakness (2 Cor. 12:9–10) As we have...
Post Series: 2 Corinthians 12:1–10 Seek God Himself in the Midst of Your Weakness (2 Cor. 12:7–8) Yesterday,...
Post Series: 2 Corinthians 12:1–10 There is Nothing to be Gained by Glory (2 Cor. 12:1–6) In 2...
How we regain the rivers of living water that we lost from the Garden of Eden through the ministry of the Holy Spirit, whom Jesus and the Father send to us.
At the Feast of Booths in John 7, Jesus announces that any who thirst should come to him and be satisfied. Jesus came to quench our deep, spiritual thirst.
What the gospel teaches us through Jethro about looking back at what God has done, looking forward to what he will do, and around at what he is doing now.
The difference between El-Shaddai and Yahweh is simple: As El-Shaddai, God can do all things. As Yahweh, God promises to do all things in Christ for me.
How should Christians understand the Law? In Psalm 19:12-14, David teaches us to use the Law to pursue becoming “acceptable in your sight, O LORD.”
In Psalm 19, David rejoices in the perfect, wise, sweet Law of God. Why? Because the Law teaches us to desire God in his righteous holiness.
The voice of all creation declares the glory of God, and no one escape the reach of creation’s message. Psalm 19 teaches how creation helps us to love God.
What does David mean in Psalm 14 when he prays that God would give salvation from Zion? What does Jesus teach about salvation from Zion? Find out here.
In Psalm 14, David encourages people who are being devoured like bread: Yahweh is with the generation of the righteous, and he is the refuge of the poor.