OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

Through a demonstration of ugly corruption and beautiful provision, the first portion of Matthew 26 invites the reader to ask themselves a question: What
In Matthew 24 and 25 in the so-called Olivet Discourse, Jesus spends some time teaching (and warning!) about things to come. Yet like students
One topic that seemingly comes up more than most on our podcast is that of assurance of salvation, most likely because it can be
Written by Phil Congdon and Josiah Boyd
We are constantly bombarded with truth claims. With information coming at us from friends and family, social media, the news, our education system, our
Matthew 23 brings something of a conclusion to the current section of Matthew, as Jesus the King, rejected by the leaders of Israel, rejects
One author has summarized the book of Colossians with the following sentence: “When Christians know the supremacy of Christ in his person and work,
In Matthew 22, the formal rejection of Jesus continues, as groups of unlikely allies come together to oppose him with riddles and challenges designed
No, Jesus wasn’t “hangry”; but he did a curse a fig tree that, despite it’s leafy appearance, refused to bear fruit. It’s a small,
Jerome once said that when he read the letters of the apostle Paul he could hear thunder. Nowhere in the Pauline corpus is such
It’s a well-known scene: Jesus enters Jerusalem riding on a donkey, greeted by streets lined with coats and palm branches and cries of “Hosanna!”
If you follow the church calendar a bit, you may have noticed that last Thursday was a memorable day. In some countries it is
Written by Nate Vellekoop
In Matthew 19 and 20, Jesus teaches his disciples more about what they can expect in the coming kingdom. Specifically, he refers to their