If God’s Spirit dwells in you then you belong to Christ; your mortal body may die but God will raise your body from the dead.
Simeon is one of most overlooked character in all of the nativity story but one of the richest to consider. He encourages us to anticipate and believe the promise of God for salvation that is given for all people in the Lord Jesus Christ.
The gospel is the most important announcement you will ever hear and the cause of abounding joy for all people.
While Christians continue to struggle with the sin nature, victory is found not through their power or in adherence to the Law, but in Christ Jesus who alone delivers them.
Sin runs deep within the soul, corrupting everything it touches and using even that which is good for toxic purposes.
The law of God is a reflection of His goodness, designed to reveal our sin and point us to our need for Christ.
Since we are united to Christ, believers are dead to the law and now able to bear fruit for God by the Spirit’s power.
Believers find freedom over sin through remembering God’s gracious work in their past, in their present, and in their future.
You are either a slave to sin leading to death, or a slave to obedience leading to righteousness.