Psalm 139 is a beautiful meditation on God’s perfect knowledge, presence, power, and holiness. It offers an example to us today of how to respond and confess to the character and Person of the One who knows us intimately and completely.Read More
Psalm 16 is a psalm of aspiration toward a deepening devotion to and relationship with God. Its author, King David, is a great case study in the ideas discussed in this series.Read More
Ken Boa introduces this series on seven teaching methods used in the Bible, applicable to us by showing us how to skillfully communicate with others—the key to all good relationships. Here, he covers the first three methods—lectures, stories, and visual aids—and offers examples of how all three approaches are used by Jesus and other biblical figures such as the prophet Nathan.Read More
This article borrows heavily from Walter Henrichsen’s A Layman’s Guide to Applying the Bible (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 1978).
Of these four, the one most heavily emphasized in Scripture is application.
The Bible consistently emphasizes faith as a commitment to what God says—and acting on it. Those mentioned in Hebrews 11, often called the “Faith Hall of Fame” in Scripture,Read More
Dr. Boa discusses the cultivation of a growing longing for more of God’s presence and the importance of confessing and overcoming sin.Read More