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Please turn with me in your Bible to Daniel 1:1-21. The context of this book is the Babylonian exile which occurred from approximately 605 BC to 537 BC. more
“For to us a child is born, to us a son is given,” are words that are infinitely sublime. Who can speak adequately of them? They are worthy to be reviewed daily in our heart all the days of our lives. All the promises of God are wrapped up in them. We need to think of them in the context of all of Scripture and the world we live in. more
It’s been a terrible year for the American worker, with a notable bright spot courtesy of one of the tech firms in the crosshairs of regulators and lawmakers.  more
Who could have predicted how dreadful a year 2020 would be. more
Please turn with me in your Bibles to 2 Timothy 4:6-22. These are Paul’s last written words to Timothy, a man that Paul viewed as a son in the Lord. In this passage, we find Paul in a di more
Isaiah 7:14 reads: “The Lord himself will give you a sign. Behold, the virgin will conceive and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel.” This statement is made to Ahaz, king of Judah in the midst of a national crisis (nations were gathering to invade Judah). Isaiah is sent by the Lord to tell Ahaz not to look to foreign powers for help, but to trust the promise of the Lord. more
No one will ever accuse President Donald Trump of being overly careful in his exercise of his pardon power. more
If America were a company and not a country, we would have long ago dissolved the corporation, split the blanket, and gone our separate ways.  more
The story of Christmas, as recorded in Luke 2:1-20: more
In one of the most famous editorials ever written, “Is There a Santa Claus?,” a little girl from New York was given the definitive answer to the question. more
Please turn with me in your Bibles to 2 Timothy 4:5-8. In this great passage, Paul is continuing his final words of exhortation to his son in the Lord, Timothy. And in his words to Timothy, Paul shows us four things in particular in this passage. First, in verse more
When you think of the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ, the Biblical passages brought to mind may not include Isaiah chapter 11, but the first 9 verses are a glorious summary of the person and work of the Lord Jesus. more
If there’s one thing that the Hunter Biden laptop episode has proven, it is that former directors of the Central Intelligence Agency aren’t as adept at evaluating evidence as advertised. more
2020 will surely qualify as an “annus horribilis” in the history of the Republic. more
Please turn with me in your Bibles to 2 Timothy 4:1-4. In chapter 3, Paul was primarily focused on exhorting Timothy and the Ephesians and you and me to live by the Word of God more
As we near our annual celebration of the birth of Christ, we should reflect on how full the prophets in the Old Testament are of predicting the glory of Christ and his church. Isaiah is rich with themes of the majesty and mercy of the Lord to be revealed in the promised Christ who is to come. more
One of Joe Biden’s first priorities as president would be to risk stoking a new migrant crisis.  more
The Biden-Harris administration will confront “a pandemic, an economic crisis, calls for racial justice and climate change. The team being assembled will meet these challenges on Day One.” more
Please turn with me in your Bibles to 2 Timothy 3:16-17. In 2 Timothy 3:10-15, we learned from the Apostle Paul what it looks like to be a faithful disciple by living according to Scripture. Paul continues this same theme in verses 16-17. Specifically, more
The best estate our souls can be is in a right relationship with God. The Lord Jesus promised a new covenant in his blood to provide for us. It is a covenant of grace, Christ providing what is required by God for man to be accepted by God. It is also a covenant of mutuality, that is, as Christ makes himself ours, we also make ourselves his. more
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