Oh, friends, you do not want fairness. Justice is not something you desire. You do not want God to treat you as your sins deserve. In no way do you want your desired blessings to be based upon your own obedience. Friends, this sort of contractual arrangement is found in the Covenant of Works, and … More Live and Live … Or … Look and Live
Nicodemus, a very important man in Israel, came to Jesus by night. He was a Pharisee, a ruler, and a teacher. However, on this night, this “teacher of Israel” became the pupil of Jesus. The following was the conclusion of Jesus’ lesson: … As Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, so must the Son … More Trinitarian Love: O How We Need the Spirit!
In Leviticus 9, we see the fairly faithful minister. Through the prophet Moses, Aaron has received divine instructions regarding how to lead his people into worship. His goal is to mediate acceptably so that the glory of the Lord might appear to his congregation. (9:4-6) Therefore, because he desires to please the Lord, and because he desires to bless his … More The Faithful Minister and Regulated Worship