How should God’s people respond to horrific evil like mass shootings?
On Good Friday, the future final Judgment Day penetrated time and space and converged on a hill outside Jerusalem.
The ramifications of the curse cannot be overstated, and extend like a poison into every facet of human life.
Jesus’ resurrection is going to pull the entire broken, groaning creation out of the grave with him.
All the glory of Jesus’ earthly ministry is a mere preview of coming attractions, a promo trailer for the real event.
The “go-to-heaven-when-you-die” gospel is a half-gospel at best.
The book of Judges is a key hinge point in the Old Testament narrative, designed to show just how badly we need God’s King to lead us.
I love reading and I love the Bible. Which is why what I’m about to say next may strike you as strange: I have always found reading the Bible difficult.