The descriptors of Christ Jesus in Hebrews 1:1-4 sets up the rest of Hebrews, and serves to unpack the entire OT. But they truly show who the Messiah is for all who believe in Him as their Savior.
Paul writes to the Galatians encouraging them to hold fast to the gospel as given by God and not tampered with by man.
With biting sarcasm and irony, Paul shows his fatherly concern for the Corinthians.
The Day of the Lord has come in Christ and it is coming in full at His return.
The Apostle Paul considered suffering a sign of Christ's triumph in his life and in the church.
Remembering is fundamental to growing in the Christian life.
Jesus' surrender in Gethsemane was for our salvation.
The Lord's Supper symbolizes our union and communion with Christ
Peter's gospel nugget in 1 Peter 2:21-25 tells us the various ways how, and why, Christ suffered.
The tower of Babel points us to the triumph of Jesus Christ over sin and over death.
In a book that deals with suffering for the sake of Christ, Peter ends with four key encouragements in Christian living.
In Jesus Christ, God has cancelled our record of debt, and this changes everything about us.
God saves people by His particular means for His particular purposes.
The Day of Atonement is God's answer to how we can be near to Him.
God's covenant mercies are beautifully pictured in David's mercy toward Mephibosheth.