How does the gospel work its way out in marriage, family & the work place?
When the Word becomes flesh he transforms lives. He turns shame to celebration, a foretaste of the future banquet at the end of time.
Since we're united to Jesus we are to put to death sin. But what does this look like?
Jesus is the eternal God in human flesh. What does this mean, and what should our response be?
How do baptism and circumcision relate? How do the covenants fit together, and what does it mean to 'improve' your baptism?
Spiritual decline has set in, but Nehemiah sets to bring renewal but cleansing the temple. This points us to Jesus who came 500 years later.
How can we encourage one another as a church?
What does 'Christ in you the hope of glory' mean?
God forms his people by his word. But what fruit does the Spirit produce when the word of God goes out?
What we pray about reveals what we believe about God, and us. So what did Paul pray about, and how might that shape our prayers?