Scripture does more than just teach; it changes us. Many times it does so by giving us information and insight we can get nowhere else.
Serious disciples, committed Christians, victorious believers, don't just give the Bible a quick glance. We examine it in the way James 1:22-25 describes.
The Bible is a unique book in history. Its truth is used by God every day to penetrate the hearts of men and alter them for eternity.
Among the questions we ask on this edition: why is it important that we study scripture? And what does Jesus say scripture does for us?
The first man and woman are at the center of our study today. In this scripture, they disobey a command directly given to them by God - they sin.
In this passage, Jesus explains what His departure will mean for His disciples, emphasizing obedience and the role of the Holy Spirit.
Those who place their faith in Christ have only one option, only one logical next step, and that is to walk in Him - as His disciple.
God says suffering injustice patiently is acceptable to Him. Not sure about this? Take the example of Jesus Christ himself.
Today we examine a phrase that is often repeated in Deuteronomy. It will resonate with anyone brought out of a life bound in sin and made free by the Savior.
Is there any justification for saying "Keeping God's law and doing good will make me right with God?" We find the answer in Romans 3:24-31.
The Proverbs dispense wisdom sentence by sentence. Today we’ll work through Part 2 of a diverse collection of thoughts from Proverbs 12.
The Proverbs dispense wisdom sentence by sentence. Today we'll work through Part 1 of a diverse collection of thoughts from Proverbs 12.