Genesis 1 The central significance of Creation is defined by God Himself, in the whole of Scripture.
Acts 2:42; Matthew 21:20-22 Devoting ourselves to prayer involves learning of it from the Old Testament, and following Christ’s commands, detailed out by the Apostles’ teaching on prayer.
Acts 2:42 To devote ourselves to the breaking of bread, we follow the Lord’s instructions to us through the Apostle Paul, and experience Christ as His New Testament disciples did.
Acts 2:42 Being devoted to the Apostles’ doctrine means making the whole word of God our highest authority for all our actions, thinking, and desires. It is Christ’s own teaching.
John 17:6-19 In Jesus’s prayer we learn about the great privilege we have, to be a child of God.
Psalm 45:1-17 This Psalm is a type and shadow of the wedding of Jesus Christ and his church. We should forsake all and worship the God-man, our husband and king.
2 Kings 3:4-14 We should turn to God in trust, all the time but especially during trials.
1 Timothy 3:14-16 In this passage, the Apostle Paul gives us a list of truths about Jesus. These truths were to be proclaimed so we would know how the mystery…
Romans 6:1-14; Matthew 1:18-26 The crux of Christmas is the hope of Jesus Christ. Jesus came to save his people from their sins. If we’ve died to sin, in Christ,…
Luke 2:40-52 In this passage from Jesus’s childhood, we learn about aspects of his identity.