You are Not Great, God is Great
The Israelites of Isaiah’s day were materially wealthy yet spiritually impoverished. They were filled with big thoughts of themselves and small, infrequent thoughts of God. Isaiah’s word of warning against the Israelite’s pride is a word for us as well—namely, that a clear vision of God’s grandeur, as revealed in His Word, should dispel our boasting and turn us to God in humility and repentance. God’s judgment day is coming. Our only refuge is found in God alone.
The Walk to Emmaus
Faith and Doubt
In chapters one and two of Habakkuk, the prophet laments over the violence and evil surrounding him–admitting that he doesn’t ...
Lessons from the Past
In verses 11–13 of his epistle, Jude used three Old Testament examples and six stark word pictures to warn his ...