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When we are well shepherded we need not worry about anything because the shepherd provides everything.

God alone is the Lord of history. Through the incarnation, the LORD has set another historical trajectory into motion.

Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful.

I'm starting to finally understand the obvious. The only sign that I believe the gospel is true is I share it with others.

What we are sure we see clearly keeps us from seeing what is most clearly there.

We can debate the meaning of this text or that one and parse our theology ninety-nine ways to one, and all of that can be a good thing until we lose sight of the main thing.

When you don’t understand a situation ask this question: If things dramatically changed, who stands to lose the most?

In God’s kingdom, net worth means nothing, but the worth we get from him means everything.

It is the empty tomb which finally fulfills this psalm, granting us joy in his presence and eternal pleasures at his right hand where Jesus Christ is seated in glory.

And I pray that you, being rooted and established in love, may have power, together with all the Lord’s holy people, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ.

 Every broken place in every broken life holds the possibility for the glorious works of God to be put on display.

On the day when the Son of God is emptied of his life, grace and truth are poured out in their fullest measure.

In our fallen state we crave certainty because with it we can grasp control.

Nothing is more dangerous than a runaway religion. The quest for God, gone wrong, unwittingly and unknowingly becomes the quest for Satan.

We can be faithful to the forms of faith we have always known all the while remaining enslaved to sin.

We often pray for God to take us out of suffering, but God responds not by taking suffering away from us, but by entering into the suffering himself.

Watch this video as J. D. Walt rehearses what goes wrong with God's people in 2 Kings when they ignore God's Word.

Doing good is the fruit, but if it would represent the work of Jesus it must come from knowing him, which is the root.

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