Elders should be “grave and prudent” according to Book of Church Order 8-1. At the 45th General Assembly, Rocky Mountain Presbytery took issue with the word choice “grave” and proposed new language. “It seemed to me ...
The King was now alone again, surrounded by a sea of people who longed for his justice to come for the wrongs they had suffered and yet longed for his mercy for the wrongs they themselves had done. But how could justice and mercy meet?Read the Article
While it is not always as evident in English translations, the Lord emphasizes in Leviticus 17:11 that he himself is making the ransom available.Read the Article
A diminished view of union with Christ, Wilbourne believes, brings a diminished view of salvation: We may know what Christ saved us from, “but we lost sight of what God has saved us for.”Read the Article
Your deepest distress is deeply distressing. But the God who loves you is Master of your significant sorrow. He calls you to go through even this hard thing.Read the Article