This article is an exposition of Lord's Day 13 of the Heidelberg Catechism. Jesus Christ has always been the eternal Son of God. Jesus' title as 'Son of God' tells us about His relationship to the Father. His title of 'Lord' speaks about His relationship to the church. This article discusses these titles, celebrating in the fact that Christians are also called sons of God, since they are adopted in Christ.
This article is an exposition of Lord's Day 10 of the Heidelberg Catechism. Nothing happens to a child of God by accident. Providence means that all things happen as a result of God’s will. This article defines the meaning of providence and outlines the assurance and peace it gives to the child of God.
This article is an exposition of Lord's Day 8 of the Heidelberg Catechism. The doctrine of the Trinity is the foundation of the Christian faith. This is so because this is how God has revealed Himself to His Church. This article shows the biblical foundation of this teaching and the importance of this doctrine for the church in her worship of God.
The best way to explain man’s natural condition is: total depravity. Simply put, man is born with a natural hatred for God and for his fellow man. Our sinfulness is our own doing through Adam. This article is an explanation of Lord’s Day 3 of the Heidelberg Catechism. The only hope for man is in being regenerated. Why is this the only hope?
This is an explanation of Lord’s Day 1 of the Heidelberg Catechism. The article looks at the nature of true comfort, and shows why belonging to Jesus can be the only comfort. There can only be one comfort because there is one cause of misery. The comfort the believer has in Christ is essential to the daily life of the believer until his or her death.