Morning Devotions Series
Westminster Seminary California President Dr. W. Robert Godfrey concludes an 8-part devotional series titled, "Seeking God with the Psalmist."Continue
As Habakkuk and the people of Israel face the coming Babylonians, God comforts them by revealing His awesome power and intention to right all wrongs. God’s display of terrifying beauty gives hope and perseverance to His saints.
In a world infected by human sin and its toxic byproducts, accomplishing physical, intellectual, and relational goals requires hard labor.Continue
Our words are a window into our hearts and what occupies and preoccupies our minds and feelings. Wise words are honest, few, calm, and apt.Continue
Wisdom reminds us that when we approach God in prayer and worship that our words should be few; since, our foolish tendency is to multiply words instead of trusting in the perfect and sufficient words of Christ.Continue
God in the book of Proverbs instructs us on how to interact with fools, those who have embraced ways of living that lead to misery and hardship. But God also calls us to examine ourselves, to evaluate the ways we act, and to turn to him as our only hope in this world.Continue
The wisdom literature of the Bible exists primarily in the Hebrew Scriptures but the New Testament capitalizes on the wisdom literature and in Colossians 2:23 and 3:16 the Apostle Paul applies basic themes and structure from the wisdom literature to the Christian doctrine and practice of worship.
As Paul struggles with the realities of unbelief and opposition to his work, he resolves his anguish by contemplating the being of God. We may resolve our discouragements by meditating on the Triune God.Continue
To be happy in this life it's not enough to just do the standard things; we nust consider the work of God.Continue
Examining Matthew 7 in the light of its immediate context, we find that Jesus is contrasting the faithful teaching he brings with the false shepherds of Israel.Continue