As found in "Hymns of Grace" from The Master's Seminary Press
Jude provides a brief lesson in systematic theology.
What does it matter to you that Israel had 67,000 donkeys?
I don’t have a right to define fatherhood, but God does.
How will God respond to our sin?
The great, immovable fortresses of evil in this world are momentary reminders that we are, after all, quite small, and our lives are truly quite simple, and that’s really how God wants it to be.
God’s sovereignty leads Solomon to live a life of obedience and joy under God.
There are at least four distinct purposes of the law for Christians today, and each follows from the last.
Living a holy life before God is not complicated. What’s complicated is saying no to the dozens and dozens of evils that we are presented with daily.
Atheists don’t believe in God, but our study will expose a great irony: God doesn’t believe in atheists, either.