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Peter writes to Christians in a hostile world that we are to set aside Christ as Lord in our hearts, and always be prepared to give an answer to everyone for the hope that we have. In the reading today in Acts, we see Paul living that out as he sets an example in godly living and in gospel proclamation.…
 
Today we see Paul make his way to Jerusalem, where he knows he will suffer as he proclaims Jesus. He knows however this is what it means for him to follow Jesus. As we watch the Apostle Paul and his ministry, there is much for us to learn about what it looks like to follow Jesus today.
 
As we continue our series in the book of Acts, we see there is a pause in the mission to ensure there is clarity about the gospel and the way all people are saved. This is an important moment in the life of the church, which enables the mission to continue to the ends of the earth.
 
Paul's letter to the Romans has been theologically rich and personally confronting, but he hadn't even visited the church in Rome, nor planted it. Now at the very end of his letter, he offers an introduction to affirm his ministry to them, offering us insight into how we receive the ministry of others amongst us.…
 
Continuing in this series in Exodus, we see Israel break their covenant with the Lord as they create and worship a golden calf, jeopardizing their relationship with God. In response to Moses' intercession, God graciously forgives and restores. This reveals to us much about our idolatrous hearts as well as God's heart to show mercy.…
 
On the journey from the Red Sea to Mt. Sinai, God's people complain about the lack of food and water, and they cry out as they are attacked from enemies. In response to Israel's grumbling and cries for help, God, time after time graciously provides. May we learn from their examples to resist grumbling and instead to trust in the God who always prov…
 
In Exodus today we see how God fulfills his promise to rescue his people. God brings his final plague against the Egyptians while passing over the Israelites who are covered by the blood of the Passover Lamb. God then leads Israel out of Egypt by parting the sea Israel is called to remember and celebrate these events which are to shape their identi…
 
Having heard of the slavery of Israel in Egypt, and being reminded of God's promises to his people, we now begin to see God's salvation plans unfold beginning with the call of Moses. Although God sovereignly rescues, reveals, raises up, and reassures, Moses struggles with reluctance and disbelief. As God has graciously saved us for his service, how…
 
At the end of Mathew's gospel, Jesus gives his final instructions to his followers and to us. He tells us what he wants us to do. Has there ever been a more important question to have answered? Jesus has set out a plan for our lives where we must consider what it means to doubt, and think about some of the other aspects of The Great Commission.…
 
Here, we see Jesus continue his walk to the cross. He is betrayed, falsely accused, and abandoned, and he does not fight back or retaliate. Instead he continues on the path where he will lay down his life. As we observe the way of Jesus on his journey to the cross, what can we learn about following his way today?…
 
Today we listen to the teaching of Jesus as he easily answers questions put to him by the religious leaders to trap him. While we see that Jesus is a far superior teacher, we also hear profound teaching about our life now and the life to come, and we would do well to listen closely.
 
Everywhere we go at the moment we see the celebration beginning, but what is it that we celebrate at this time of the year? Let's explore the good news according to the gospel writer Matthew. For him, the good news of Christmas is all about the arrival of God's promised King.
 
Psalm 51 is a song of David where he confesses his horrible sin against Bathsheba, Uriah, and the whole nation of Israel, and through his confession and genuine repentance finds his freedom and joy restored. What extraordinary grace we experience from God as our sin is forgiven through the blood of Jesus.…
 
Psalm 49 provides God's wisdom as it reveals to us a hope for the future that even death cannot take away. Though the world would call us to seek joy in earthly treasures, the wisdom that is from God urges us to weigh these things in light of eternity and to take hold of the treasures that will never perish, spoil, or fade.…
 
As Paul draws his guidance on this practical matter in Romans to a close, we are reminded again that the issue of food and sacred days is a symptom of deeper divisions between Jew and Gentile. Paul rejoices that this division has been healed! For Christ endured his reconciling work for both Jew and Gentile, so that together they might endure in re …
 
As we move from the weak Christian's judgement of the strong to consider how the strong should conduct themselves in the Kingdom of God, we see that the Gospel really does turn everything inside out. In fact, the inward transformation of Christ's work must be so outwardly expressed that our external freedoms in God's kingdom may need to be kept int…
 
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