If God hated human sacrifice, why would He ask Abraham to offer his only son as a burnt offering to Him? And what can this story mean to us?
By faith, Abel offered a more acceptable sacrifice than Cain did. But what does that mean? What made the sacrifice more acceptable? And what can that mean for us?
Why did God choose Elisha to be Elijah’s understudy? What characteristics did God admire in this man that we can copy?
Why did God have to kill His Son for me to obtain forgiveness. Why couldn’t God have simply forgiven me without that sacrifice?
Jesus said He was the good shepherd. But why do I need Him to do that? Why can’t I get along just fine without Him?
There is no other religion on the face of the earth whose god/gods care enough for their worshipers to provide anything for them. Only our God PROVIDES for his followers. But why does God even care enough to do that?
How did Joseph become a member of the Sanhedrin and ultimately become a secret follower of Jesus? This first person presentation explores one possible explanation.
When John the Baptist declared that Jesus was the Lamb of God, he was answering a question from Genesis: "Where is the Lamb?" Do you know the importance of that question, and of the idea that Jesus was the Lamb of God?
Let My People Go
I'd always thought Moses just told Pharaoh "Let my people go." But Moses never said it quite that way. What did Moses actually say... and why should it matter to us?