Weeping and Rejoicing Together
Believers are called to take care of each other. Through expounding Romans 12:15-16, the author shows how best to do this. The ability to identify with the other is a gift of God through the Holy Spirit. We can identify with others by rejoicing and mourning with them.
The Sermon on the Mount – The Comfort of Mourning (Matthew 5:4)
This chapter is a commentary on Matthew 5:4. The main focus is the meaning and significance of mourning.
Romans 12:15-16 - Weeping and Rejoicing Together
Believers are called to take care of each other in unity. Through the exposition of Romans 12:15-16, this article shows how believers can do this. The ability to identify with each other is a gift of God through the Holy Spirit. We can support each other by rejoicing and mourning with each other.
Matthew 5:4 - The Happy Mourner
This is the third article in a nine part series on the Beatitudes as recorded in Matthew 5:3-12. This article looks at the second Beatitude, which describes Christians as mourners. This mourning is a grief over one's sins and the sins of others. This mourning is accompanied by gospel repentance.
Death, the Final Boundary
This article looks at a society that is avoiding and ignoring death, our mourning and sympathy in death, and the will of God in death.