The Glory of Christ in Genesis 4:10

Genesis 4:10 The voice of your brother’s blood is crying to Me from the ground. Genesis 3 ends with Adam and Eve banished from Eden. Chapter 4 begins with the birth of Cain and Abel, brothers, the first children born of a woman. Concerning the first brothers, A.W. Pink notes that “Both Cain and Abel... Continue Reading →

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By Him All Things Were Created

By: A.T. Walker In “Preeminent”, we will look through Colossians 1:15-20 to see the Christology that Paul lays out there for the purpose of better knowing the person and works of Jesus Christ. For by Him all things were created When it comes to our universe and everything in it, there was a time that... Continue Reading →

Lord’s Day Fifty-Two

Every Sunday, we will be going through one of the fifty-two Lord’s Days of the Heidelberg Catechism. Written in the year 1563, the Heidelberg still remains a popular confession of faith in many churches to this day. You can find the full text here. Lord’s Day 52 Question 127: What does the sixth petition mean? Answer:... Continue Reading →

Lord’s Day Fifty-One

Every Sunday, we will be going through one of the fifty-two Lord’s Days of the Heidelberg Catechism. Written in the year 1563, the Heidelberg still remains a popular confession of faith in many churches to this day. You can find the full text here. Lord’s Day 51 Question 126: What does the fifth petition mean? Answer:... Continue Reading →

Lord’s Day Fifty

Every Sunday, we will be going through one of the fifty-two Lord’s Days of the Heidelberg Catechism. Written in the year 1563, the Heidelberg still remains a popular confession of faith in many churches to this day. You can find the full text here. Lord’s Day 50 Question 125: What does the fourth petition mean? Answer:... Continue Reading →

Lord’s Day Forty-Nine

  Every Sunday, we will be going through one of the fifty-two Lord’s Days of the Heidelberg Catechism. Written in the year 1563, the Heidelberg still remains a popular confession of faith in many churches to this day. You can find the full text here. Lord’s Day 49 Question 124: What does the third petition mean?... Continue Reading →

Lord’s Day Forty-Eight

Every Sunday, we will be going through one of the fifty-two Lord’s Days of the Heidelberg Catechism. Written in the year 1563, the Heidelberg still remains a popular confession of faith in many churches to this day. You can find the full text here. Lord’s Day 48 Question 123: What does the second petition mean? Answer:... Continue Reading →

Thankful for Suffering?

By: A.T. Walker Well, it’s Thanksgiving again. A time to take stock of our lives and and give thanks to God for all of our blessings. Being thankful means feeling or expressing gratitude for a benefit received. As Christians, we are to be a thankful people. In fact, the bible mentions “giving thanks” around 140... Continue Reading →

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