On the day which we call Good Friday, at noon, suddenly the light of day faded away. The darkness at noon was specifically for Jesus Christ. Or rather, it was an act of God against Him. This article is about the darkness at the crucifixion and Jesus Christ being forsaken by God. The author also looks at Jesus Christ as our righteousness and Psalm 22.
It is evident from the teaching of the Scriptures that Christ comes to us and gives Himself to us, placing us in His fellowship, in and through His Word. This article is about Jesus Christ as the central focus of our preaching, the relation of law and gospel, and Jesus Christ and the believer's new life.
Doubting the truths of the Bible is seen as normal these days. One can read this in books and articles. Doubt and not-believing (the next step) are considered fully human in a time in which people no longer believe that anyone can know the truth.
Should we love the sinner and hate the sin? What does God do in this regard? This article looks at the love of God and the hate of God, how God reacts to sin and to the sinner, and shows us how we should love and hate.
This article takes a look at Hebrews 6:6. First there is an in depth look at the background of the book Hebrews, and then at the specific text with the question: Is conversion after apostasy impossible?