Join us as we read 1st Peter together.
This article can also be read on The Expository Files. The fool is a constant presence in Proverbs. He is characterized as prideful, shortsighted, naïve, dogmatic, and quarrelsome. He is the negative image of the wise man—known by his humility, … Continued
We make Asaph’s mistake when we overestimate the status of the wicked and underestimate our own blessings. Join us as we study lessons from the 73rd Psalm.
“Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!” (Isa 5:20) Sin is a bad word. The Bible portrays the evil … Continued
Jesus established a superior kingdom. Its ruler is not a despot or an elected populist, but the Almighty God. Its laws are not written on giant unwieldy scrolls, full of legalese, but are written on the hearts of wiling servants … Continued