Trusting Trees Rooted in God
While we’re still on hiatus from studying Moses, I thought it might be helpful to reflect upon the importance of Keep Reading
The Antidote to COVID—of the Soul
A few months ago, in the midst of one of the seemingly endless Covid cycles we keep finding ourselves in, Keep Reading
Mary, Pregnant with Immanuel
As we heard read for us earlier during the lighting of this week’s Advent candle, the focus of the fourth Keep Reading
The Grace of Warning & Joy of Deliverance
I imagine that many of the Old Testament prophets—and New Testament apostles—and those who have both literally and metaphorically left Keep Reading
Anticipation, Longing, and Yearning
I’m a firm believer that anticipating a special event can be as pleasurable as the event itself—or, at the very Keep Reading
Thank God for His Firstborn!
This morning’s sermon will be the last on Moses until after the new year as next Sunday we transition to Keep Reading
From Foreigners to Fellow Citizens to Family
It took not one plague—nor two—nor three—nor six—nor even eight but ten plagues[1] before Pharaoh, king of Egypt, at last Keep Reading
The Passover Sacrifice
We noted last week that beginning with the fourth plague, the swarm of flies, it’s likely that the Israelites were Keep Reading
Darkness & Mourning
One of the voyages taken by the Dawn Treader, a sailing ship in the third tale of C.S. Lewis’ Chronicles Keep Reading