Proverbs is a goldmine for wisdom. It is good for leading Christians in making decisions in life that are pleasing to God and consistent with the truth of God's Word. In this article the author shows that Proverbs puts the fear of God and obedience to his commands as the foundation for knowing the will of God.
Looking at Matthew 7:1-6 the author shows that Christians are allowed to judge. However, they must not exercise harsh and unmerciful judgment nor judge hypocritically. They must judge with discernment and righteousness.
Christians are described as aliens and strangers in this world. Looking at Hebrews 11:13, the author shows how Abraham witnesses to that truth. He journeyed this call by living by faith in God's promises, and he is a witness to believers that they can also make this journey through trust in God.
Having a big picture of what the Bible is all about is crucial to understanding Scripture. In this article, the author shares three crucial aspects of understanding the Bible: understanding the narrative of Scripture (the story of redemption in Christ Jesus), understanding the covenant of grace, and reading Scripture in context.
Is Christianity illogical? This article looks at the way Paul defended his faith, showing that Christianity is not illogical. The problem is that sinful man suppresses the truth that confronts him daily. We need the Holy Spirit to open our eyes in order to believe the truth of Scripture.
This article is about what it means for God to be in a covenant relationship with man. How does God function within this covenant relationship? What emotions does God experience? What does the Bible mean when it describes God's loving-kindness, wrath or jealousy?
What does it mean that man lives with God in a covenant? This article looks at the concept of a covenant between two people, and then looks at the covenant between God and His people. The author focuses on the covenant with Noah and the covenant with Abram.