Why is there so much emphasis on the blood of Jesus in the Bible? What difference does it make that Jesus died on the cross and then rose from the grave?
Holiness and fear of God seem to go hand in hand in this passage. But why should I “fear God” and what difference does it make when I do?
God calls us to be holy as He is holy. But how can I do that? There’s no way I can even begin to become like God.
1st Peter talks about holiness and says we should “set our hope on the grace.” What does that mean and how can we know when we’ve done it?
David believes God will fill his cup to overflowing. But why would God do that, and what does it mean for us today?
In a world that is dominated by those who defy, avoid and simply fear death, David simply says “Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death I will fear no evil.” Why was it that David could be so confident?
The Lord is not “the shepherd” and He’s not “a shepherd.” David says He’s MY shepherd. What does that mean for us? Consider these thoughts from this Sunday’s sermon.