Mary Magdalene, Simon Peter, and John discover something of history-shaking significance at Jesus' tomb. Today's passage tells the story.
This episode addresses a passage that could be confusing if we forget what we know about the rest of scripture or fail to account for the context.
We have access to God through Christ alone. He proved who He was through His resurrection - and we are delivered through Him. But we must have faith.
Riches can have such a tight hold on man. They grip our hearts in ways very few other things can, but praise God all chains can be broken by Christ!
A heart for God is developed in a man by believing in the heart and obeying from the heart, and is tested in words that come from the heart.
To be sanctified is to be separated from profane things and dedicated to God, to be purified for use by God. This was Jesus' prayer for His disciples.
The Psalms provide comfort and help and encouragement when we face our most difficult moments in life. As we note in this podcast, for good reason.
There should never be a limitation a Christian's scope of concern for people, but our passage of the day doesn't fail to give us specifics.
Our passage of the day begins by contradicting human thinking. It tells us to have joy at the most inconvenient times and reminds us to ask for wisdom.
Paul calls the Roman church to His side in this passage, exhorting them to actively, daily, and deliberately present their whole selves to God.
That which is included in our passage of the day must be taken into account. We must reckon with it - inwardly. It must occupy our thinking.
A man, unable to walk for 38 years, is waiting for healing near the pool of Bethesda, when Jesus arrives and asks “wilt thou be made whole?”