Joshua 1:8 How can we live like Christ and obey God unless we are intimately familiar with the Word? We can’t! Resolve now to spend this year regularly reading and studying God’s word individually and alongside of fellow brothers and sisters in Christ.
Hebrews 1:1-4 God speaks, not simply in static words, but in a real, dynamic way. The clearest and fullest expression of God’s revelation is the person and work of his Son, Jesus Christ. So how do we study Scripture? By reading it in light of the full, perfect, and final revelation of God in Christ.
Psalm 1 In the opening chapter to the Book of Psalms, we see how the Psalms help shape our emotions and anchor us in the truth — by the word of God as the foundation of life and path toward God Himself.
John 5:30-47 (guest preacher Nate Claggett) After making bold claims about his authority with God the Father, Jesus now defends his statements by pointing to credible testimony – The Father’s. God affirms the truth of Jesus’ claim through his works, his prophets, and his word. Believing that Jesus is God’s Son is evidence of a right belief in the testimony …
Part 2 of a 5 part series entitled Resolved, which explores the worthy purposes of the Christian life and foster a commitment and faithfulness to the pursuit of the Glory of God.