John 4:27-42 – The Harvest in Samaria
This article is an exposition of John 4:27-42.
John 4:1-26 – Jesus and the Samaritan Woman
This article is an exposition of John 4:1-26.
John 3:22-36 – Jesus is Magnified by His Forerunner
This article is an exposition of John 3:22-36.
John 3:1-21 – Jesus and Nicodemus
This article is an exposition of John 3:1-21.
John 2:12-25 – The Cleansing of the Temple
This article is an exposition of John 2:12-25.
John 2:1-11 – The Beginning of Miracles
This article is an exposition of John 2:1-11.
John 1:35-51 – Christ’s First Disciples
This article is an exposition of John 1:35-51.
Acts 16:9-10 – The Macedonian Call
The Macedonian call as recorded in Acts 16:9-10 has three lessons for the church in relation to doing mission work.
John 7:1-31 – I Am from Him and He Hath Sent Me
This article is an exposition of John 7:1-31.
John 6:60-71 – Will Ye Also Go Away?
This article is an exposition of John 6:60-71.
John 6:41-59 – Jesus’ Sermon on the Bread of Life
This article is an exposition of John 6:41-59.
John 1:19-34 – John the Baptist’s Witness to Christ
This article is an exposition of John 1:19-34.
John 1:1-18 – Jesus Christ, the Son of God Incarnate
This article gives an outline of John 1:1-18. It shows that Christ is divine, distinct person of the Trinity, divine, Creator, and incarnate.
The Gospel According to John
This article is an introduction to the Gospel of John. It discusses the authorship, purpose, and message of the account.
John 6:22-40 – Jesus’ Sermon on the Bread of Life
This article is an exposition of John 6:22-40.
John 6:1-21 – The Feeding of the Five Thousand
This article is an exposition of John 6:1-21.
John 5:19-47 – Jesus’ Absolute Equality with God
This article is an exposition of John 5:19-47.
The Sacrifice of Thanksgiving
Looking at the structure of the Heidelberg Catechism through the eyes of Psalm 116, this article shows that the Christian life is a life lived out of gratitude before God, which brings the blessing of assurance of faith.
The Call to Know God
Sincerity, humility, and purity are important for every Christian who desires to grow in the knowledge of God.
Righteous in Christ Alone
The most basic question facing each individual is: How can I be right with God? This article answer this question by pointing to Christ. Righteousness and justification can only be found in Christ.
Teaching our Children
Three reasons motivate Christian parents to pursue Christian education for their children: instructing children in the ways of the Lord, instructing them only in the truth of God, and instructing them to serve God. The responsibility belongs to both parents and children - children are to be diligent in their studies, and parents are to be supportive. With this approach, Christian schools become a way of worshiping and glorifying God.
The Risen Lord and the Gathered Church
What a day it was when Jesus rose from the dead! Why was this day special? The author of this article shows firstly that by providing so many proofs, Christ protected His Church from doubting His resurrection. Secondly, the author shows that Christ's resurrection is crucial to the life of the church. It is the source of the Church's joy, forgiveness, and hope. The resurrection serves as certainty that the church has new life and has been raised with Christ.
Every individual on earth is faced daily with this one question: how will you stand before the living and the holy God? In this context, atonement is central to the teaching of Scripture.
Jeremiah 17:12 - Our Sanctuary
Christians face many challenges and struggles - struggles with sin within, the devil's assault, and the world's temptations. How can the Christian find rest in such a world? This article shows that God’s throne and sanctuary is a place of finding such a rest. God’s throne is a place of purity, peace and protection. This is what Jeremiah witnessed, as recorded in Jeremiah 17:12.
The Golden Key of Prayer
No Christian can dispute the necessity of prayer. Why is prayer so important? Focusing on Jeremiah 33:3, the author shows that prayer has a double effect on the believer. Firstly, prayer is is communion with God, and secondly, prayer is enlightenment for the soul. God uses prayer to strengthen our faith in His faithfulness to fulfill His promises.
1 Peter 1:13 - Sober and Hopeful
Looking at 1 Peter 1:13, this article shares some valuable lessons on how to live the Christian life in today’s age. The author calls for sobriety and hope, with a confidence for the coming of Christ.
Present Suffering Weighed With Future Glory
Suffering and being a Christian are very close friends. The Bible reveals that suffering is the lot of all Christians. This article looks at the suffering we face for Christ's sake. The author shows how such suffering can be endured by looking to future glory (Romans 8:18).
Shepherds After God’s Own Heart
Christ cares for His church by providing trustworthy pastors, elders and deacons. Christ knows how to provide shepherds for His church because He is the Chief Shepherd of the church. In relation to this topic, the author discusses God's promise to His people in Jeremiah 3:15.
Preaching: The Main Duty of the Preacher
This article is about the minister's task of preaching. The desire and motivation for preaching, and the importance of this task is discussed in this article.