Actions, Consequences and Reversal. Looking at Romans 5. At a time of our total inability, God demonstrates his love for us by dying for us.
Tag: Jurgen Siegel
Grace on Trial
Acts, part 16. Jesus was a Jewish messiah and the gospel came first to the Jews. But what happened when the gentiles got included in? Did they need to go through all the requirements to become acceptable to God under … Continue reading “Grace on Trial”
Introduction to The Twelve
1 Scroll 12 Chapters, part 1. Jürgen introduces the scroll of The Twelve, also known as the Minor Prophets, which make up the last twelve books of our Old Testament.
The Triumphal Entry
This is the day that many Christians remember Psalm Sunday—the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. He was welcomed as a King, yet his Kingdom came in a way that was never expected.
Coming Back to What Satisfies
Looking at Psalm 1. When we delight in God’s Word, we are like a tree planted by streams of water, which brings life to us, and life to those around us.
Yahweh Nissi — God is my Banner
Incomparable, part 8. Looking at Exodus 17 where God’s people are attacked. They are called to remember all the past victories God has won, and realise that only He can deliver them.
We Love: The Bible
We Love, part 4. Jürgen grew up in Communist Romania where he had a hunger and drive to own something that was very hard to come by: a printed copy of the Bible. His story illustrates just how valuable the … Continue reading “We Love: The Bible”
Jesus is the Better Jonah
The final instalment of our Jonah series, Jurgen discusses the similarities between Jonah and Jesus… and how Jesus is far, far better.
Jesus the Returning King
Part 12. Many people think of Heaven and Earth as two separate spaces, but it was never meant to be that way. When Jesus came, he started bringing Heaven to Earth, and when he returns, the two will be reunited … Continue reading “Jesus the Returning King”