Psalm 58. David shows believers how to respond to and hope in the midst of suffering and injustice.
Hebrews 1:8. The author of Hebrews shows how Jesus is the reigning king spoken of in the Psalms.
Psalm 93. The Lord reigns. The Lord is mighty. The Lord has spoken.
Matthew 9:27-31. Jesus’ healing ministry points to his ability to save.
Psalm 148. The heavens praise his name. The earth praises his name. God’s people praise his name!
Proverbs 20:18. Life is filled with difficult choices. Here we’re given three important principles for wise decision-making.
Luke 14:15-35. Jesus invites us to the great banquet in the kingdom of God. This invitation is gracious and free, but it is also costly.
Proverbs 25:6-8. Those who exalt themselves will be humbled.
Luke 14:1-14. Jesus confronts our longing for recognition and approval.
2 Chronicles 36:15-16. God’s fatherly compassion for wayward Israel reflects his patient forbearance toward us.
Luke 13:22-35. Jesus reminds us how and why repentance is important.
Jeremiah 2:21. Israel’s waywardness reflects our own tendencies and our need to cling to the Saviour.
Luke 13:1-21. Jesus is asked for a response to present-day crises. He points instead to a deeper, greater need: the need for repentance.
Micah 7:5-7. The Lord is our hope and deliverer in days of difficulty.
Luke 12:49-59. Jesus alerts the crowd to coming judgement and urges them to be reconciled with God.
Exodus 12:11. The preparation for Passover sheds further light on Jesus’ instructions on readiness in Luke 12.
Luke 12:35-48. Jesus instructs his followers to be ready for his return. Those who are ready will be rewarded, and those who are not will be punished. A reckoning will come for all.
Proverbs 18:10-11. Safety and security are found in God alone.
Luke 12:13-34. Jesus calls us to place our trust in God, instead of earthly possessions.