Hidden in the Rock
When God revealed Himself to Moses, God promised that His presence would go with His people despite their sin. His presence was not based on the people's performance, but on God's pleasure with Moses, their mediator, and His faithfulness to the covenant He had made. Like Israel, we need God's provision for the problem of our sin. This study in Exodus 33 points us forward to Christ Jesus, our perfect mediator, who covers our sin and assures us of eternal rest.
What Did Jesus Say?Throughout the Gospels, Jesus makes pronouncements that begin with the word “Truly”—but only in the Gospel of John does He ...
In his letter to Titus, Paul instructs him to remind believers of their salvation—that we are not saved because of ...
Grace in 3-D
Grace not only marks the beginning of the Christian life, it sanctifies us and secures for us a future glory ...