As a branch has no life to produce fruit on its own, there is no life or spiritual fruitfulness apart from the life of Christ formed in His people.
Paul, thankful for the Colossians walk, prays that they will be filled by God for righteous living and focused on God for righteous worship.
Our sufferings remind us of the Lord's past kindness and provide hope for His promise to end all pain.
David's hymn celebrates God's kingship is over all creation and therefore all people should adore and worship Him.
The nature, necessity, certainty, and implications of the gospel give God's people every reason to proclaim the gospel.
The words from God serve as a rebuke and encouragement to see Him for who He is and push His people to where He desires.
Remembering the gospel of Jesus Christ will have significant impact on how we live and should cause us to be willing to endure any difficulty for the sake of the gospel.
When faced with tremendous temptation, Jesus faces Satan with true glory, trust, and triumph.
Christians who see themselves as sojourners can live on mission for God's glory with true hope in Him bringing a prepared, heavenly city for them.
What do the actions of the serpent and actions of Adam and Eve reveal today about our view of ourselves, the world, and God?
As Paul ends up in Rome, his zeal for God's glory to be extended to the end of the earth continues through his preaching and writing to churches.
We reflect God's glory by working for His glory.
Revelation 12 is filled with symbolism and references to the Old Testament, which helps us learn how to study the book of Revelation.
Solomon celebrates God's faithfulness.
True wisdom and glory can be received by the Lord’s grace and glory.