A Holy and Gracious King
Isaiah’s encounter with the living God caused him to be undone by the gravity of his sin. Instead of perishing in God’s presence, however, the prophet’s repentance was met with grace and forgiveness. Through Jesus, Isaiah’s singular experience of grace is extended to all who confess their sin and respond in faith.
Amnon Is Dead and Absalom Fled
In the latter part of his reign, David became easily manipulated, and sin’s corrosive effects continued to erode his kingdom ...
What A Tangled Web
Sin wreaks havoc in human lives. In 2 Samuel 13, we see the ripple effects of King David’s sin extending ...
Remember the End of the Story
Remembering the end of the story is the key to suffering well. In James 5:7-12, believers are exhorted to ...