Peter, the uneducated one, the betrayer, emerged as the strong and persuasive voice for Christians in Jerusalem during the Feast of Weeks following Jesus resurrection. Where did he get that power to speak?
What does the bronze serpent lifted up by Moses in the wilderness have to do with Jesus? Jesus connects the two for Nicodemus in the third chapter of John’s gospel.
James says it is arrogant for us to presume to know the future. Our foolishness shows when we make plans without considering the counsel of God.
Nicodemus wonders what it means to be born again. We hear Jesus’ answer in John’s gospel account. Listen as Jeff Lavalette describes the encounter and its significance.
Psalm 95 contains joyful praise and solemn warning. Both are needed by God’s people.
During an appearance to His disciples after His resurrection, Jesus says three things to his disciples. What are they?
Building on his previous sermon two weeks before, Jim Scullion draws on Paul’s letter to the Romans to describe our justification by God through Jesus Christ.
How does Peter advise Christians under fire to respond. Jim Scullion explains the text in chapter 4 of Peter’s first epistle