Psalm 51. How can we confess our sins? How do we find mercy? How can we be cleansed from guilt and shame? How can we, once again, be restored in the joy of salvation? How can we help others in understanding grace & mercy?
Nehemiah 13:1-31. Christians must learn how to “shut the gates” on temptation, compromise and the enemy. Rather than set ourselves up for failure, we must plan for victory. This doesn’t happen by accident but by giving no place to the devil, resisting evil, making no provision for the flesh or by “shutting the gates”
Neh 10:1-39. Do Christians today have to keep the Sabbath? Can we work on Sundays? Do we have to tithe? Are we under the law in some areas? These questions are addressed as we considered the Jewish remnant realign their hearts afresh to the law, making fresh commitments to God.
Leviticus 16:3-30. Jesus is described as our High Priest through the book of Hebrews (Heb 4:14). He made a way for us to enter the Heavenly Sanctuary, bringing salvation by grace and an open entrance to God’s Presence always. The duties of the High Priest on Yom Kippur foreshadow the work Jesus finished for us […]
Gal 6:6-10. Some people wonder why they don’t seem to get the victory and struggle with lust or sin. Why Can’t they seem to enjoy their spiritual life? Often it is because they are sowing in the wrong field. Sow to the flesh and reap corruption, sow to the spirit and reap life! Now is […]