Donald Guthrie writes, “To draw near to God is man’s highest exercise.”1 Since we are not clean, we can only do so by the grace of God in Christ. This is the burden of the author of Hebrews. His point is that you can engage in this
Everybody lives in submission to some authority, whether it be God, tradition, another person, a religion or self. In the words of Bob Dylan, “you gotta serve somebody.” Someone or something makes the rules by which you are inclined to live. And for the Christian,
The Lord Jesus Christ is preeminent over all. As Creator and, as the Re-creator, He is Lord of all. By virtue of His death, burial and resurrection He has all authority in heaven and on earth. He is Lord of lords and King of kings.
Robert Bork is a legal scholar, and formerly judge for the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. He is also a believer. I recently came across the following account of his, recalling an event prior to his conversion. Some few