Surrounded by Mercy

January 15, 2020
Psalm 32 is the school of grace. King David, sinner par excellence, teaches how to be forgiven, and then how to exult in the joy of righteousness. Spurgeon says Psalm…
Epiphany is the celebration of Jesus Christ appearing to the Gentiles. While His earthly ministry focused on the lost sheep of the house of Israel, this prepared His greater mission…

Pressing Ahead

December 29, 2019
As a new year and a new decade approach in anno Domini 2020, it’s good to consider where we have been and where we are going. The task of every…

Glory from God

December 22, 2019
Christians often speak of giving glory to God. At the climax of Exodus, glory comes down from God and fills the tabernacle, driving Moses out. The Lord promised to dwell…

A Perfect Priest

December 15, 2019
The tabernacle is almost done. While the entire structure symbolizes the people of God, the people who serve there are most important. The last items to finish the work are…

The Way to the Father

December 8, 2019
This is not a typical Christmas passage, but it’s all about coming near to God. To get to Him you must go through the courtyard, have your sins paid for…

God the Giver

December 1, 2019
Advent is the season anticipating the coming of Jesus of Nazareth, four weeks of preparation for Christmas. We are getting ready to celebrate the greatest miracle ever accomplished or even…

Life in God’s House

November 24, 2019
The Lord wants Israel to build the tabernacle so He can dwell in their midst. Even in Eden before the fall, Adam and Eve would leave the garden, go into…

The House of God

November 3, 2019
Work begins on the tabernacle, and we hear about the details: the number, colors, and size of curtains; loops and clasps; boards and bars; the veil and pillars. These are…

Willing & Wise Hearts

October 31, 2019
The children of Israel have been totally forgiven and empowered by God. Even as they are overwhelmed by His glory shining on the face of Moses, they come with willing…

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