Freedom in Christ
When we look to Christ in faith alone, Paul tells us that we are forever free! The constraining shackles of sin, death, and Satan have been unarmed through the cross. But what does living in the good of that freedom look like? In Galatians 5, Paul reorients our hearts around what true freedom means. It is a freedom where we heed the warning to not succumb to legalism or licentiousness, despair or self-produced righteousness, but to walk in the good of the freedom Christ has purchased for us.
A Curious Incident
Jesus’ humble yet triumphant entry into Jerusalem fulfilled Old Testament prophecy and openly declared His messiahship. Examining the various reactions ...
Do as You Have Spoken
David’s prayers were fueled by the Lord’s promises. Confident that God would do all that He said He would, David ...
Compassion and Authority
When Jesus miraculously healed an invalid on the Sabbath, reactions were mixed. The hopelessly desperate man immediately received and obeyed ...