In the pursuit of contentment, people have unsuccessfully chased many different avenues as a means to find fulfilment. Our problem is that we “can’t get no satisfaction” through any earthly means. Only in God’s economy is there a means of finding true and lasting contentment.
As you read the Psalms of David, you cannot help but wonder if he faced any day of his life without opposition. In psalm after psalm, he pleads with God for deliverance from those who oppress him. Psalm 17 is another of those prayers. The
The writer has spent twelve chapters highlighting that the new covenant is so much better than the old covenant. But with the privileges of such a great covenant come great ethical responsibilities. Hebrews 13 identifies some of these. These covenantal responsibilities are, for the most
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