We value some people over others. God looks at things differently. In this passage, righteous means being obedient to his law. Wicked means being disobedient to his law. We should remember that there is no one righteous, not even one.
It is sometimes hard to explain simple things … that are limitless. It is good to know the truth of John 3:16 and to remember the world was made by the Word of God.
The fourth Sunday of every month we’ve been getting our church family together, so we can have some band members who aren’t teaching at Sunday school and for the children to hear preaching. The Great Thing in the Bible we are looking at today is “‘Don’t be surprised when I tell you ‘You must be born […]
In February 2017, the Daily Express ran an article saying when Donald Trump became President of the US, it signalled the end of the world, citing 1 Corinthians 15 v 52. It has been common throughout history that Christians (and others) have predicted the end, be it through an environmental disaster brought on by humans or […]
4th, 5th & 6th year students and Edinburgh Theological Seminary students also had exams this week. It’s the time for showing you can answer questions. In verse 34 of this passage, the teachers dared not ask Jesus any more questions. The time for questions was over. We could ask ourselves how do we love God […]
At the Millennium celebrations in Australia, the word Eternity appeared on Sydney Harbour Bridge – with reference to Arthur Stace from 1930 to 1956 who wrote the word on pavements throughout the city as a one-word sermon – a man who was an alcoholic and whose life was changed when he met some christians and heard the […]
Theresa May called a general election this week. She wants to be confident in the strength of her government so she can rule the nation with authority. In Isaiah 6 we see something completely different. We have a great God who governs with His own authority above all nations. Such a great contrast. He is […]
People may sometimes try to trip us up. That is what is happening to Jesus in this passage. Jesus behaves very wisely and his replies are recorded to help us to know how to respond to these kind of questions. The Pharisees and Herodians are in opposition to one another – Jesus’ answers are unlikely […]
In this psalm, the psalmist is looking back to God’s compassion and power in his life. It is often used by believers to praise God for recovery from sickness, birth of a child, celebration of the Lord’s supper, thankfulness for salvation and rescue from serious situations.
There’s more to being a disciple of Jesus Christ than just being happy all the time. This passage shows what it takes to follow Jesus. Get on your feet with your greatest need and come to Him.