The birth of Jesus Christ should lead us to praise God. And when we praise God, we join millions of people who have sang Hark The Herald Angels Sing in praise to God.
Perhaps the oldest carol that we still sing to this day, O Come, O Come Emmanuel, has stood the test of time. Why? Perhaps it is because this carol is saturated with Holy Scripture.
The health of a family and a local church can be measured in the present by how it invests and equips the generations to come.
Psalm 46 is a psalm of hope. It tells us about the character of God and why He is a mighty fortress for all Christians.
Jesus Christ is the ultimate and final sacrifice for the forgiveness of sins. He is the One who mediates between God and man, thus offering an eternal covenant.
What does the Old Testament Tabernacle have to do with the cross? A lot. Take a listen to hear about how the Tabernacle points to Jesus.
What does it mean for the Old Testament to reveal shadows of the New Covenant? Hebrews 8:1-6 shows us the answer, the substance.
God makes covenants with his people, and a new covenant was ushered in because of Christ. Hebrews 7:11:28 tells us because Jesus is a superior high priest, he offers a better covenant than the old.
Under God’s blessing, the people of God can flourish as they follow God’s commands and live in a spirit of biblical wisdom.
What does it mean to mature in the Christian faith? Hebrews 5:11-6:3 tells us what it takes to grow. Take a listen or watch to learn more.