By Faith, part 4. God makes a Covenant—an unbreakable promise—with Abram. In his grace and provision, God ensures the promise depends on him alone, and not on Abram’s performance.
God is not mentioned in the book of Esther, yet his hand is seen on every page. It shows us that God’s silence is not the same as God’s absence.
The book of Hosea is quoted more times in the New Testament than any other Minor Prophet, and introduces us to the concept of God as a bridegroom, married to his people.
Joshua Generation, part 6. Chapters 7 & 8 are tough and have to be walked through carefully. Through them we see the mercy and grace of God to those that are willing to repent. But we also see the holiness … Continue reading “Nothing is Hidden”
Jesus prays to his Father to bring us into the perfect loving and united relationship he has with him.
Incomparable, part 4. Peace is not the absence of trouble. It is the presence of God, even in the most troubled situation.
Incomparable, part 3. Looking at 1 John 4: God reveals his love through his identity, incarnation and initiation of relationship with us.
Incomparable, part 2. If God, at any moment, decided to stop actively sustaining the Universe, or us, it would be over. We would all turn to dust.
Incomparable, part 1. Change is happening all around you right now, in every detail of life. But God remains unchangeable. He is unchangeably good and perfect and loving and compassionate.