Awaiting Glory

Scripture Text: Philippians 3:13–21

At his coming, Christ will glorify our bodies until they correspond to his own immortal, glorious body, doing all this quite without the help of our works.

The Comfort of the Word

Scripture Text: 2 Thessalonians 1:5–12

Today's online Scripture jigsaw From the Word 5 This is evidence of the righteous judgment of God, that you may be made worthy of the kingdom of God, for which you are suffering — 6 since indeed God deems it just to repay with affliction those who afflict you, 7 and to grant rest with us to you who are afflicted, when the Lord Jesus is revealed from heaven with his mighty angels in flaming fire, ...

Ready for Advent

Scripture Text: Luke 21:25–28

The last day will come and people will not expect it, even though that day is at the door. Told that these are signs of the last day, still they will not believe.

Spiritual Knowledge

Scripture Text: Colossians 1:9–11

We must know the meaning of Christ’s words: “This is the will of my Father, that everyone who sees the Son, and believeth on him, may have everlasting life.”

Day to Day Faith

Scripture Text: John 21:20–25

To overcome unrest, discontent, and disgust in one's self, a firm faith in God is necessary, for such a faith faith brings rest, contentment and peace.

Kept in Fear

Scripture Text: 1 Peter 5:8–11

We think we are safe begin to drift when we should fear God, always being concerned for our spiritual condition, so that we pray, "Lord, increase our faith."

Commending Ourselves to God

Scripture Text: Matthew 25:31–34

Then shall the King say unto them on his right hand, "Come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world."

That We May Stand

Scripture Text: Matthew 25:31–32

May the Spirit of Christ move in you so that you might fear, love, and trust his Father and desire to stand before him in heaven in all his glorious majesty.

Striving to Be His

Scripture Text: 1 John 1:7–2:2

The Holy Spirit moves the heart to begin again to love each day. Christ is full of grace and truth, and through him grace and truth grow in us.

Preaching for Christ’s Sake

Scripture Text: Luke 24:44–48

The gospel should not be preached in a corner, but before all people, whether or not we feel it effective, for it alone has the power to save.

When Tempted

Scripture Text: Psalm 119:9–12

When tempted, a wise man is watchful, not relying on human knowledge, reason, or feelings, but he remembers God’s Word, and is guided thereby.

The Noahic Covenant

Scripture Text: Genesis 6:17–18

It was no easy matter to believe that the whole human race was to perish, so the world judged Noah to be a dolt for believing such things and ridiculed him.

Your Neighbor as Yourself

Scripture Text: Romans 15:4–7

Regarding our neighbor's condition as our own, we should take upon ourselves their burdens, sins, and imperfections, and bear with them and help them to reform.

Willful Wickedness

Scripture Text: Ezekiel 16:48–50

The world will not allow that it must stand before judgment, but rages against God. Let us take heed that the wrath of God may not also sweep us away.

The Right Righteousness

Scripture Text: Philippians 3:7–9

The righteousness of the law cannot provide confidence of mind. What does avail is God’s imputation of righteousness for Christ’s sake through faith.


Scripture Text: Psalm 5:3, 7-8, 11-12

The one who trusts in God will rejoice even if the whole world should burst upon his head. Such a person would stand unmoved amid the falling ruins.

Daily Fear

Scripture Text: Matthew 22:8–14

"We need to cling to God and pray: Merciful God, thou hast permitted me to become a Christian, help me to continue to be one and to increase daily in faith".

Subduing the Nations

Scripture Text: Psalm 2:7–9

If you would change the world, believe, preach, and live the gospel. This is how God has subdued the nations and you, through his Word. Go!

The External Word

Scripture Text: John 5:37–40

The external word or preaching is a means through which we receive God's grace, the forgiveness of sins, and the righteousness of Christ.

The Book of Comfort

Scripture Text: Romans 15:1–6

The entire Scriptures were written for our learning. All Christians should make daily use of this book filled with God's word through which they find comfort.

Stages of Faith

Scripture Text: John 4:46–50

Pure and strong faith requires one to cast away all feelings, understanding, and reason, to trust in Christ's word, be satisfied with it, and feel secure in it.

Nothing but Receiving

Scripture Text: Luke 22:14–19

So far as the Holy Supper is a confession before men, the communicant proclaims Christ and teaches faith in him, spreading the kingdom of Christ.

Triumphant Laughter

Scripture Text: Psalm 2:1–6

God laughs at us, at our attempts to triumph through our works, our politics, our religion. He mocks these human attempts at overcoming the troubles of life.

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