Sit at my right hand

Sit at my right hand

“The words “sit at my right hand” are not only a symbolic description of the seat of honor; they also conjure up a picture of an oriental court in which the king, seated on his throne, is surrounded by servants. The servants stand in the presence of the king to show...
“God spoke”

“God spoke”

“God spoke” “As soon as we begin the Book of Hebrews, we encounter what is perhaps the single most important statement that could be made in our time: “God spoke”. This is one of the most vital things people today need to know. Ours is a relativistic age;...
Afraid of Commitment?

Afraid of Commitment?

Afraid of commitment? Of course you are! You don’t want to get stuck in an unhealthy relationship or in a dead-end job; you don’t want to get stuck in a bad situation or with a responsibility you can’t ever shake! Of course you’re afraid of commitment, but here’s the...
Evangelism and The Sovereignty of God

Evangelism and The Sovereignty of God

Evangelism and The Sovereignty of God “Evangelism is not the only task that our Lord has given us, nor is it a task that we are all called to discharge in the same way. We are not all called to be preachers; we are not all given equal opportunities or comparable...
The Message of Romans

The Message of Romans

The Message of Romans “Love never stands aloof from other peoples’ joys or pains. Love identifies with them, sings with them and suffers with them. Love enters deeply into their experiences and their emotions, their laughter and their tears, and feels solidarity with...