Psalms 1 and 2 form a two-paneled door which opens on the riches of the Christian life illustrated in the Psalter. The only way into the truly happy life is through the door of wisdom, which is through Christ who is himself the Way and the Life.
In Job 38 Yahweh accepts Job's challenge to justify himself on condition that Job can prove that he has standing to bring suit against Almighty God.
How much is enough? In this prayer, we are reminded that we should not be seeking abundance or lack, but sufficiency. Sufficiency prevents us from being prideful or greedy, but allows us to find satisfaction in God alone.Continue
The father seeks to fortify his son against the power of seduction by vividly portraying the consequences of sexual sins, especially adultery, and the joys of proper sexuality with one's wife.Continue
The Reformed know that the Psalms teach the Faith and we delight in them.Continue
Dr. Horton discusses the nature of biblical wisdom from Proverbs 1:1-10.Continue
Office Hours talks to Dr. J.V. Fesko, Academic Dean, Professor of Systematic Theology, and Historical Theology, about his new book, "Who Is Jesus? Knowing Christ through His 'I AM' Sayings"Continue
Wisdom literature gives us a window into the sufferings of Christ, which help us to understand our own trials as our divine vocation.Continue
An exploration of Deuteronomy 6:4ff that shows the importance of teaching others in the church about Christ.Continue
God's incomprehensible love means we should stand in awe of who he is.Continue
A life invested in, and devoted to, Jesus matters because of the resurrection.Continue
Our nature is to do what is right in our own eyes, but the book of Judges directs us to look to the King of Kings. A king whom we don't see today, but whom we are called to trust in faith.Continue
Dr. Johnson addresses the importance of understanding the Old Testament in order to see the big picture of God's redemptive work.Continue