It’s almost understandable that First and Second John often get overlooked. If you’re moving through the Bible in order (as we have been), you’ve
Music is powerful but, for Christians, music that celebrates and venerates our Lord and Saviour is especially so. Consider these well-worn and majestic words:
Written by Josiah Boyd
The First Epistle of John is an intensely practical letter addressed to Christian readers. It warns against the dangers of false teaching and exhorts
There are many reasons why a person might pick up and read a Bible. Perhaps curiosity or availability. Perhaps out of frustration or anger.
One of the burdens of every generation is to teach the next generation good manners. Parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, teachers, and baby-sitters all join
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This epistle may be titled ‘The Believer’s Conflict in the Latter Days.’ The apostle opened and closed 2 Peter with the theme of victory.
In July 1961, Vince Lombardi, coach of the Green Bay Packers, stood before thirty-eight professional football players ready to start a new season. Six
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We recently emptied out our church library to make some room for future projects, and it got us thinking all about books! Books can
There are many ways of understanding how the whole of Scripture fits together, what God is ultimately doing, and how best to understand the
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It’s with his typical insight and simplicity that theologian Warren Wiersbe opens his commentary on James (p. 15): Not everybody who grows old, grows
When thinking of the conclusion of Matthew’s gospel, the so-called Great Commission often comes to mind for many believers. But as we explored chapter