Romans – As we begin a new series in Paul’s letters, the book of Romans addresses not what humanity thinks they need, but what they actually need – righteousness.
Revelation 22:5. The promise of life at the end of Revelation encourages us to seek the light today and long for the promised eternal light of heaven.
Daniel 12:1-13. The final chapter of Daniel reminds Christians to expect distress yet deliverance and uncertainty yet understanding.
John 16:33 – Count on it, this world will have trouble. But God’s people can take heart (and even, ridiculously, have a greater joy!). Why? Christ has overcome the world.
Daniel 11 – Daniel’s final vision is haunting and comforting. God really is that great. He really is that good. The end really will come.
Revelation 12:7-9 – The battle has been won, and the battle is ongoing. Satan has been exiled, but he is still to be fought against. Jesus shall reign.
Daniel 10:1-11:1 – Daniel gets a rare insight into the spiritual battle that rages (behind the scenes of our physical world) and the unseen servants that fight in it. Prepare to have your eyes opened and the be assured.
1 Corinthians 15:55 – Death’s always there, but nobody likes him. He’s wreaked untold pain upon humanity. But now, in light of Jesus’ resurrection, we’ve got a few questions for death. Listen (and join) the conversation…
1 John 4:10 – Many know the events of Good Friday, but few understand its significance. The words love and sacrifice get to the heart of Good Friday. Prepare to be comforted and challenged.
Psalm 118:25-26. This Psalm points us to the salvation that Jesus as Messiah provides.
Mark 11:1-11. Mark’s depiction of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem highlights Jesus’ humility at the beginning of Passion Week.
Daniel 9 – Daniel calls upon the Lord, and God answers Daniel. Daniel’s prayer is a prayer masterclass, and God’s answer shows forth His unchanging grace to His people.
James 4:7-10 – True humility involves submission to God alongside repentance and sorrow over sin.
1 John 1:1-10. True fellowship with God necessitates confession of sin and walking in the light.
1 John 4:10-11. Oliver Meyer teaches on the necessity of Christians seeking to become like Christ from within the community of a local church.
Begining with 2 Corinthians 3:18, Oliver Meyer helps us see the necessity for believers to be transformed into the image of Jesus Christ.
Oliver Meyer uses a number of passages to show us the Biblical basis for true growth and change.
Revelation 5:11-12. Worthy is the Lamb who was slain.
Daniel 7. Daniel’s vision gives us the comfort that despite the way the world seems to be run, something much bigger is going on behind the scenes.
Judges 8:22-35. The finale to the Gideon story reminds believers of the responsibility to finish well.