Great is our Lord, and of great power: his understanding is infinite. —Psalm 147:5. There is nothing which God does not know—he is omniscient or all-knowing. Psalm 139:4 helps to illustrate how God knows everything. There the Psalmist said, “Even before a word is on my tongue, behold, O LORD, you know it altogether.” This knowledge … Continue reading Does God Know Everything All The Time?
What is your favorite attribute of God? For sinners like you and me, perhaps forgiveness is the most valued of God’s attributes. Forgiveness will unify a congregation, a family, and your view of yourself. A lack of forgiveness will destroy a congregation, a family, and your view of yourself. The only way we can … Continue reading Let it Go!: The freedom of forgiveness
Why do we need to be justified by faith and not by works (Ephesians 2:8)? “It is as though God had committed to our trust a perfect crystal vase, and had said, ‘if you keep that whole, and present it to me, you shall have a reward.’ But we have cracked it, chipped it; ah! … Continue reading Our Need to Be Justified
"There is a God. He is alive. In him we live and we survive" Is there a God? If there is a God, what is he like? Does he like me? These are life's greatest questions that we have all asked and will continue to ask. I can't I shine any questions more foundational to … Continue reading Eternity
Taking a little time away from work has been demonstrated to make individuals far more productive at their work. The Bible tells us a lot about rest. In fact, we have rest at the very beginning of creation. God worked for 6 days and "rested" on the seventh (Genesis 2:3). This "day of rest" God … Continue reading Need Some Rest?
The work of the Trinity in the salvation of sinners is one of the most significant, if not the single most important, themes of Christian thought. In a study of this focus, the theologian confronts the errors of Calvinism and the truth of Scripture. This is a beneficial study which, at some level, must … Continue reading An Exegetical-Theological Study of the Role of Trinity in the Plan of Redemption as Revealed in 1 Peter 1.2-12
"What is man that thou art mindful of him?" David asked. It is intimidating to fathom the depths of God's love for his creation. To help put our emotions to words, Isaac Watts penned the words to the great song, "When I Survey the Wondrous Cross". When I survey the wondrous cross On which the … Continue reading Personal Sacrifice
Today's great weather reminds us how beautiful Heaven must be! We know that there must be rainy days. Without the rainy days, we wouldn't have beautiful trees, flowers, or food. Those rainy days help us appreciate the warm sunny days. The same is true with life and eternity. This world helps us to look forward … Continue reading Beautiful Days