“What’s My Excuse?”

Having just shared the Good News—albeit in a condensed fashion—Paul turns his attention to the Bad News. Sinful man has suppressed the truth, exchanged God’s glory for idolatry, and is … Continue reading

“Am I Righteous?”

When confronted with the question, “Are you righteous?” most people today would probably answer, “Kind of.” They would see themselves on the spectrum of righteousness. For Paul, however, righteousness is … Continue reading

“Why Does God Save?”

Paul wrote his letter to the Romans while paused in Greece, probably Corinth, on his way to Jerusalem as he approached the end of his third missionary journey. He didn’t … Continue reading

Do You Know Mary?

The virgin birth is foundational to Christianity. Jesus became incarnate when the Holy Spirit came upon Mary. That day, she became the mother of God. Upon hearing the news from … Continue reading

The Power of Wisdom

Solomon instructs his son to pursue wisdom, “receive my words and treasure up my commandments” (v. 1). He promises this pursuit will lead to an understanding of “the fear of … Continue reading

The Call of Wisdom

Chapters 1–9 are an extended introduction to the book of Proverbs. Solomon wants to teach his son and us that wisdom is a matter of life and death. To drive … Continue reading

Engaging the Culture with Compassion

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This recording is from a joint Sunday School class by Sean DeMars titled “Engaging the Culture with Compassion.” The class ends with a Q&A session including Aaron Menikoff and Zack … Continue reading

The Beauty of Wisdom

Proverbs 1–9 is one extended introduction to the entire book. The short, pithy wisdom sayings begin in chapter 10. These chapters wake up the reader, drawing our attention to the … Continue reading

The Purpose of Wisdom

Proverbs is a book of wisdom for life. A book for the young and the wise, Proverbs teaches us how to live when the next step isn’t obvious. The world … Continue reading

Will You Listen?

  •   Nov 06, 2022   •     •   Acts 28:11–31

Paul made it to Rome at last, where Christians welcomed him! He evangelizes members of the Jewish synagogue, issues a stern warning, and then spends two years boldly proclaiming the … Continue reading