He who was in no need of forgiveness would undergo a baptism of repentance?
Many of us pray for guidance about what to do with our lives. We are desperate for direction.
The Psalms have often been my favorite portion of the Bible for devotional time. I think fondly of the days where I could go out and away from the business of life and get alone with God in the Psalms, praying and singing and wrestling over truth.
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We must highlight the richness of Luther’s pastoral theological exegesis of Phil. 2:5-8, while conversely critiquing his non-metaphysical interpretation.
‘This man is God; this God is man.’ Even though philosophy cannot grasp this, faith grasps it nonetheless.
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In Family to Family, Jerry Pipes and Victor Lee emphasize the importance of family and advocate for an inward-outward approach to evangelism that begins at home and moves out to the world.
Any study of Ezekiel’s temple vision will quickly demonstrate to the student their human limitations. Yet, we can and should labor and study to know Him and understand His will.
Not only is the local church God’s program for discipleship, a healthy local church is the goal of discipleship. Every element of discipleship finds its greatest fulfillment in the context of the local church.