Summary Paul gives us two implication of being justified by faith, so that we can have security in this world as we wait for Christ’s return. Outline I. The Believer has Reconciliation with God (vv. 1-2a) II. The Believer has confidence (vv. 2b-5) A. Confidence Upon the Hope of Glory (v. 2b) B. Confidence Amidst […]
In Deuteronomy 5:8-10, we will see 2 aspects of the Second Commandment that will lead us to a true and pure worship of Him.
Paul gives a defense of the doctrine of resurrection by showing that a denial of such is a denial of a resurrected Christ, entailing its dangers, contradictions and absurdities, but in return, affirming it brings hope and joy to the believer.
In light of God’s love for His people, Malachi is confronting and rebuking the priests, who were supposed to be God’s representative and worship leaders of Israel, in their lack of honor and reverence towards God. Evidenced by their complacency which resulted to the desecration of the altar and apathy towards God.