GREAT IS THY חֶסֶד FAITHFULNESS: If God is Good, Why Do I Suffer? Few answers, a God to trust, and a trajectory for happiness.

  If God is good, why do people suffer? If God is good, why do good people suffer? We aren’t given clear answers to these questions in Scripture, but we are assured that we may trust God and the trajectory he has set for us. The Bible is filled with good people who suffer. Job … Continue reading GREAT IS THY חֶסֶד FAITHFULNESS: If God is Good, Why Do I Suffer? Few answers, a God to trust, and a trajectory for happiness.

Preparing for Thanksgiving

The Holiday season is upon us! Is your turkey ready? Dressing made? House cleaned? Travel plans finished? Car ready for travel? Where are your kids? There is work to do. Everyone is getting ready for Thanksgiving (and looking forward to Christmas). Are you ready for Thanksgiving? We may have forgotten the most important thing about … Continue reading Preparing for Thanksgiving

What God Hath Joined Together

“There’s nothing worse than being alone.” Although we all like some alone time, we also understand the dangers of loneliness. Our society is hyper-connected through social media and the internet, but those connections are superficial at best and are often harmful. We don’t have to feel alone. Jesus promised his people “I will be with … Continue reading What God Hath Joined Together

What Happened When Jesus Died?

Jesus' sacrifice of himself on the cross is one of the richest moments of history. We could never exhaust everything that God accomplished through Christ on the cross. Herman Bavinck helps us out a bit. Bavinck gave offered a helpful list of what Christ has accomplished for his own glory: What Christ acquired by this … Continue reading What Happened When Jesus Died?

The Moral Impact of the Resurrection in Biblical Theology

The narrative of Scripture provides a beautiful background for understanding the impact of the resurrection. This background is, in part, dependent upon a typological reading of Scripture. The Scriptures should be read typologically because the entire Canon is a unified document from God through his human agents. Berkhof wrote, “As the New Testament is implicit … Continue reading The Moral Impact of the Resurrection in Biblical Theology

The Doctrine of the Church

  “The church is the community of all true believers for all time.”[1]   “Since, however, in our ignorance and sloth (to which I add fickleness of disposition) we need outward helps to beget and increase faith within us, and advance it to its goal, God has also added these aids that he may provide … Continue reading The Doctrine of the Church

Where are We From and Where are We Going?

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com The King of Glory24 A Psalm of David.1    The earth is the Lord’s and the fullness thereof,the world and those who dwell therein,2    for he has founded it upon the seasand established it upon the rivers.3    Who shall ascend the hill of the Lord?And who shall stand in his holy place?4    … Continue reading Where are We From and Where are We Going?