Jesus Christ

The Genealogies of Jesus

By R. L. Wilson / November 10, 2020

What relevance do the genealogies of Jesus have for believers today? We’ve all done it. We open our Bible to Matthew 1 and settle down to begin our reading plan…

And Forgive Us Our Debts

By R. L. Wilson / October 5, 2020

The word translated “debts” in some translations and “trespasses” in others, is the Greek word opheilema. Jon Bloom writes at, “Nearly all of the most credible English translations over…

Our Daily Bread

By R. L. Wilson / September 28, 2020

“Give us this day our daily bread.” The first thing we naturally think of is God’s provision of the daily manna for His people in the wilderness. No doubt you…

The Word Became Flesh

By R. L. Wilson / September 17, 2020

And the Word was made flesh and dwelt among us (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father), full of grace and truth.…

I AM the Resurrection

By R. L. Wilson / June 22, 2020

In John 11:25 Jesus makes the statement “I am the resurrection and the life.” Now, I don’t know about you, but there’s something about this statement that has never really…

I Am The Door

By R. L. Wilson / June 15, 2020

The front door of the house where I lived until I was about 10 or 11 was a fairly rustic barn door. Right down at the bottom between two of…

I Am the Good Shepherd

By R. L. Wilson / June 15, 2020

If you spend much time in the Old Testament, you will soon come to realize the important role sheep played in the sacrificial system. Daily, weekly, monthly, yearly the Israelites…

I Am the Light of the World

By R. L. Wilson / June 2, 2020

We’ve all had that experience. We sit in the growing darkness of evening as we are busy reading, watching television, chatting with friends. Then, unexpectedly, someone comes into the room…

Christ Alone

By R. L. Wilson / April 28, 2020

One of the hardest things for many people to accept is that Jesus actually rose from the dead, and that hundreds of people claim they saw Him afterward. While some…

Jesus Can Calm the Storm

By Dr. Dillon Burroughs / April 20, 2020

On Easter Sunday night, a 145 mile per hour tornado ripped through my neighborhood in Chattanooga, Tennessee. As I sat in our inner room with my two daughters (my son…

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