God So Loved the World
The Beatitudes: The Biblical Pattern of Christian Experience
What Is True Religion?
What Is Free Will?
The Spiritual Observance of the Lord's Day
The Reading of God's Law in Our Worship Service
What If I Am Not Elected?
What Does It Mean to Be Reformed?
The Value of Your Baptism
Christ's Declaration Concerning Saving Experience
Christian Education by Example
But...I’m Not Able!
Are You Happy?
God's Command to Parents
The Father and His Family
The Far-Reaching Effect of Christian Education
The Beatitudes: The Biblical Pattern of Christian Experience Beatitude #3: The Meek Pronounced Blessed
The Beatitudes: The Biblical Pattern of Christian Experience Beatitude #2: The Mourners Pronounced Blessed
The Beatitudes: The Biblical Pattern of Christian Experience Beatitude #1: The Poor in Spirit
Who Am I as a Senior Citizen?
Luke 13:1-5 – Christ’s Urgent Call to Repentance
How We Face Sickness and Death
How We Are and Remain United with Christ by Faith Alone
Church Order: The Purpose and Its Function
The Wearing of Head-Coverings by Women during Public Church Worship Services
Christ's Glory from Eternity
An Exhortation to Trust in the Lord
John 3:35 – The Beauty and Glory of the Father – The Father's Love for His Son
This essay considers the love of the Father for the Son (John 3:35). It explores how the Gospel of John views the relationship between the Father and the Son and the significance of this relation for man as son of God. This leads to a consideration of the preaching of the gospel of Jesus Christ as God’s beloved Son.