Though one of the shortest books of the Bible, Philemon packs a powerful punch. Within these few words, the apostle Paul sums up Jesus’ entire message of how to apply forgiveness in our lives and why it’s necessary. Read More….
On the day Jesus died on the cross, He was not alone. Next to Him hung two criminals. Who were they, and why were they there? Discover who these two men were and their significance to both the Easter story and us. Read More….
Jesus’ final entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday was supposed be triumphal. It was supposed to be a happy day. But in the middle of the excitement, Jesus stopped to weep. Why was He weeping? It may not have been what you think it was. Read More….
For most of Israel’s history, there have been two kingdoms—Judah and Israel. Though the formal nation of Israel ceased to exist for many years, these two kingdoms continued. But where are they today? How did it affect Jesus’ ministry, and what are God’s plans for His people? Read More….
Should Christians still have to tithe now that we are under the covenant of grace? This week, we review the tithing commands of the Old Testaments and explore what the New Testament has to say with a special emphasis on Jesus’ thoughts on the matter. Read More….