Tag: sanctification

A Closer Walk with God

Suffering is a required course in the university of life, one that should lead to you a closer walk with God.

1 Corinthians 3: Only One Foundation

We’re called not only to know Christ but also to grow in Him. We do this by investing our time, talent, and treasure in what will last—the Word of God and people.

Romans 8: Living in the Spirit

How do we memorialize the works of God? Joshua 4 teaches us to set up ebenezers—physical reminders that help us recalibrate our lives and honor God.

Romans 7: A Struggle with Sin

Even after coming to Christ, we will struggle with old habits, traumas, and sins. Romans 7 addresses this issue as well as our ongoing sanctification.

Romans 3: Righteousness in Christ

We are all in need of a heart transplant—everyone has fallen short of the glory of God. But Jesus Christ has justified us through His own righteousness.

Leviticus 16: The Holiness of God

The people whom God has called must be sanctified in order to reflect His holiness. The book of Exodus told the story of God redeeming the Israelites and calling them to be a holy nation. Now, Leviticus represents a guidebook for the new nation of Israel.

The Passover and The Feast of Unleavened Bread

Both the Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread represented the Israelites’ deliverance from bondage in Egypt. With the coming of Jesus Christ, however, they were fulfilled and their meaning was explained.

2 Peter Part 5

2 Peter: Growth and Confidence in Our Faith

Peter wanted his readers to grow in faith and in confidence in their calling, and he left them a last will and testament in this epistle to plead with them to live for what really matters.

2 Peter: A High Calling to Holiness

The best antidote for heretical teachings and spiritual counterfeits is a firm grasp of biblical truth and growth in the personal knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

2 Peter: Resources for Righteousness

Where do we find truth, and how does if affect us? The book of 2 Peter affirms the truth of the Word of God and shows how God has given us all the resources for righteousness that we need in Christ.