The Priestly Call of the Church

Jesus died so that humanity could recover her priestly calling (Revelation 5:9-10). The New Testament church is not a people without priests; it is a community of priests endlessly fascinated by the revelation of the beauty of God. God is…

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The Secret to Prayer

The secret to a life of prayer is not found in the word we use. It is found in an understanding of who we are speaking to. Real transformation in prayer comes as we approach God with the same confidence Jesus had.

The Great Cloud of Witnesses

Hebrews 11 lists some of the giants of the faith who surrendered much and suffered much for the promises of God. However, we are also told something shocking: though they endured tests, trials, and torments they did not receive the very things they suffered for.

How to Read the Psalms

To fully appreciate the Psalms, we should read them according to four perspectives. Not every Psalm contains all four of these perspectives, but a surprising number do and virtually every Psalm can be read from multiple perspectives. Using these perspectives helps us to recognize just how much is in each psalm.

Central Themes of the Book of Revelation

Understanding the main themes of the book of Revelation is critical to studying the book. Most people assume the main themes of the book are subjects like the Antichrist and apocalyptic trouble. These certainly are themes in the book, but they are not the main themes. We must know the main themes in order to approach the book correctly.

Introduction to the Book of Revelation

The book of Revelation is one of the most unique books in the Bible. Many people avoid studying the book of Revelation because it seems intimidating, but with a basic understanding of the key themes of the book it becomes much easier to engage in and study.

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