This is an exposition of Ephesians 2:18, showing that through Christ by the Holy Spirit the believer has access to the Father.
This article shows that Christians are called to keep the first day of the week as a Sabbath. It explains that keeping the Lord’s Day has great benefit as it encourages proper recognition of God, encourages man's relationship with Christ, provides rest from weekly toil, and points us forward to the heavenly rest.
This article is a comparative study of John Calvin and John Knox. Looking at their similarities and differences in their lives, the article draws lessons from their personality and ministry.
Did Christ experience real emotions? This article shows four aspects to understanding the emotions of Christ: the location of his emotions (his human nature), the causes of his emotions (such as his joy, sorrow, and anger), the sufferings of Christ, and some lessons that pertain to preaching Christ and the Christian life.
This article shows that Christians are servants of God. Their service is motivated by love for God, guided by the Scriptures, fueled by humility, inspired by the example of Christ, and has God’s glory as its goal in all areas of life. The author also shows how this applies in our service to our fellow men.
This article gives a biography of Jonathan Edwards and his works, with a look at the controversies he was engaged in and addressed.
This article is an exposition of 2 Timothy 4:7-8, showing that Christians are called to fight the good fight in a world that is hostile to them. Looking at church history it also shows how this fighting is accomplished in fighting against the world, flesh, and devil.