In this devotional we explore what it means to pray for our Father's kingdom to come and his will to be done. We recognize that we are asking that the kingdom which Jesus inaugurated in his first coming will be consummated in his second coming. We are praying for our Father to grow us in grace and conform us to the image of Jesus in our affections, actions, and volitions. May we love and serve him and our neighbors faithfully and fruitfully through the Spirit.Continue
The Old Covenant was a visible thing -- the priests, the altar, the animals and the blood. The New Covenant is, in many ways, an invisible reality.Continue
Sarah displayed persevering faith in the God who made promises to her through her actions.Continue
Office Hours talks to Dr. S.M. Baugh, Professor of New Testament, about Hebrews 12 in the context of the Old Testament, New Testament, the book of Hebrews, and the original Greek text.Continue
Hebrews shows us that Psalm 102:25-27 reveals the eternal permanence of God's Son, our Savior, Jesus.Continue
Jesus is the king who can be trusted to rule our lives and circumstances with absolute control, for he
would never succumb to power's corrupting influence.
Our hopes and lives can only rest secure in Jesus Christ the Son, who is "the same yesterday, today, and forever" (Heb. 13:8).Continue
Jesus the Son is superior to angels because God the Father directed all his angels to worship the Son.
God’s covenant promise to David, to build David’s “house” (dynasty) and establish David’s throne forever.Continue
The prologue of Hebrews (1:1-4) concludes with the claim that the Son has inherited a name better than that of angels.Continue
We are called to be ambassadors of Jesus Christ and to look to him for the strength to finish strong the race set out before us.Continue