The past couple years have been used in God’s providence to reveal the true character of many of our evangelical leaders. As it turns out, godly men are in short supply.
How can we build a house that lasts? By sticking to the “blueprint.” If we want our work to endure, we must be obedient to the Lord.
In verse 4 David says, “Against you, you only, have I sinned and done what is evil in your sight, so that you may be justified in your words and blameless in your judgments.” When we truly confess the severity of our sin we vindicate the justice of God!
No one seeks for God. In our sin we all run and hide. However, in God’s mercy he relentlessly seeks the souls of sinners for his glory and our redemption.
Under the New Covenant, the will of God is written not just on tablets of stone, but on the minds and hearts of all God’s people. God not only replaces shadows with substance, but he also takes that substance and places it within his people; God writes it on our hearts. In other words, God does not merely lay his …
When a person is fulfilled in Christ, they are actually enabled to enjoy God’s temporal blessings in this life more, not less.