Calvin continues commenting on the Trinity. In today’s quote he refers to an early church father Gregory Nazianzen. Anyone ever heard of him? This is part of my series on Calvin’s Institutes.
From Ezekiel 34-36 Ezekiel directed a good amount of his criticism at the leaders of Israel. They bore the greatest amount of responsibility for the state of the nation. Kings were meant to lead the [ Read More … ]
From Ezekiel 16-17 Ezekiel continues with a parable to express the wickedness of Judah and the inevitable destruction that approaches. Afterwards God promises to set things right himself. The parable concerns two eagles and a cedar [ Read More … ]
From 2 John Believers are to hold fast to the teachings of Christ in the gospel which command them to love one another. What does loving one another look like in your church? The elder also makes [ Read More … ]
From John 5-6 Jesus heals a man on the Sabbath. The incident raises questions about how people view him and what is appropriate to do on the Sabbath. Many can’t see beyond the fact he [ Read More … ]
From Zechariah 8-14 Zechariah speaks to a tired people who are rebuilding the temple. They need encouragement and the LORD speaks through him to give it to them. The LORD will return to Zion and [ Read More … ]
From Isaiah 45-48 Generally when the scriptures associate salvation with the LORD’s righteousness. The righteousness being described is God’s covenant faithfulness to his promises. Covenant is the vehicle of God’s saving purposes. How will the [ Read More … ]