Asaph relates honestly his journey from envy to contentment in the Lord. See in this psalm how envy is deceitful and how we need to foster heavenly mindedness.
Theology must be head and heart, and must result in worship of God. This psalm contains rich theology and is intensely personal, giving us ample reason to delight in the all-knowing God.
This psalm is full or reasons why we should give wholehearted praise to God in each and every circumstance.
1 Peter 2:16-17
What rights do we as Christians have in this world? We say we are separated from the world, but what does that look like according to the Bible?
Hanrias Brink is a visiting elder from Midrand Christen Gemeente. Listen to pre-sermon interview with Hanrias below:
Mark 16:9-20 (Luke 24:1-53)
What do we do with this dubious ending of Mark’s gospel? Generally it is a compilation of other portions of Scripture. Listen to this sermon to see that God’s written word is indeed pure and powerful.
Nobody witnessed the resurrection, but it is a testimony from the Father to the Sonship of Christ and the efficacy of His work of atonement.
Have you noticed how often people speak about the burial of Jesus as if it were not important? All Scripture is important. Here are three lessons showing us the significance of how it is Jesus was buried.
Four aspects of the crucifixion of Christ that can only result in worship.