I know, looking forward in this study, that our attention is about to turn from the earthly life of Christ. And I have to say that, like Mary Magdalene at the end of John’s gospel, I’m tempted to cling to Jesus and refuse to let Him go (John 20:17). I’ve loved watching Him walk among His people and reveal for us the Father’s heart.Read More
All hanging their hope on the One who had come.
They thought He would deliver them.
Until He was delivered into the hands of His betrayers.
Until their hope hung lifeless on the cursed cross.Read More
We are a culture obsessed with “the new.” We’ve hardly begun one thing before we move on to the next. We can be stubborn in our refusal to do the tested and tried—desiring instead to find our own new way of doing things, to blaze our own trails and chart our own course.Read More
In Lesson One, we explored the fact that Jesus was fully Man. Here, we will explore the reality that He was also, simultaneously and eternally, fully God.Read More
I approach this lesson with a holy reverence because this is the way I knew Him first—as the newborn son of Mary wrapped in swaddling clothes and laying in a manger.Read More
With the coming of Christ, we see God unveiling Himself in a new way. Let’s remind ourselves that God does not change from the Old Testament to the New Testament. Something changes in the New Testament, but it isn’t the heart of God! The heart of the Father has always been to draw His wayward people to Himself.Read More