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Category Archives: Repentance
In Romans 4, Paul talks about how Abraham’s faith was credited to him as righteousness. This is a fascinating word and the concept it describes is a key feature of God’s Good News. The Greek word translated as “credited” is … Continue reading
During the Passover, in every home not marked by the blood of the lamb, the firstborn son passed away. Exodus 12:29 tells us that even Pharaoh’s son died that night. That means the son of the king died at Passover. … Continue reading
In that day the branch of the Lord shall be beautiful and glorious, and the fruit of the land shall be the pride and honor of the survivors of Israel. And he who is left in Zion and remains in … Continue reading
But here is the beautiful part of this story from Isaiah 6: God makes it possible for Isaiah to be made clean. He makes it possible for the man of unclean lips to be purified. Because the most important question … Continue reading
So is the coming Day a good day or a bad day? It all depends on whether you’re part of God’s repentant remnant. For those who turn away from their idols and put their trust in God and His Messiah, … Continue reading
There are a couple of important points to make about the flood story: The flood account reveals God’s wrath against sin. The flood story makes clear that God’s wrath is kindled because of sin. We’re reminded of the foundational truth … Continue reading