Our study in the Gospel of John continues with a look at this mysterious John the Baptist character, and the launch of Jesus' ministry.
Who is John the Baptist, and what exactly do we need to know about him? What is his role in the story of Jesus?
The Gospel of John is a uniquely designed book, and its intro chapter begins with a "prologue" packed with profound details about Jesus Christ.
Of the four Gospel accounts we have of Jesus in our Bibles, the one presented by John has supernatural significance. Meet Jesus the God-man.
When Joseph was told, “Do not be afraid,” he listened. He continued toward what he was called—even if it included only half the story.
By nearly every measurement imaginable, THIS was it … The First Temple is where God would live among them once and for all. But then ...
"But they who wait for the LORD shall ..." (Isaiah 40:31). And by God's grace to us, the wait is already over.
For someone like Paul, and for all of us ultimately, we can pray expectantly knowing that when we do so, He answers us perfectly.
What if this Colossians 3:18-4:1 passage is actually about God Himself, and His great love for us?
We need the right attire for the right situations—something we see so clearly explained with Paul's words in Colossians 3:12-17.