There are many parallels between Moses’ serpent on a pole and Jesus on the cross. Listen to hear what they are.
Leviticus 16 describes the Day of Atonement. The scapegoat mentioned in this passage is a wonderful foreshadowing of the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world.
Holiness is one of the key terms in Leviticus. Today we focus on how a Holy God can transform an unholy people into holy through His redemption.
There are many striking parallels between Moses and Jesus. While Moses delivered Israel out of Egypt, Jesus delivers the world out of sin. Jesus’ deliverance is what each person must have!
Jacob got a new name, and a fresh start with God. So too, when we surrender to Christ, He is able to work through us in an amazing way.
Have you ever considered what the first Christmas would have been like from heaven’s perspective? The Captain of Heaven’s Angel Army is born as a defenseless baby. The splendor of heaven is exchanged for the filth of earth.
In the midst of many dark situations, God reminded His people that Christmas was coming. Today, we look back at the first coming of the Messiah, and look forward to His second coming.
As we enter Christmas season, we must ask ourselves, “Who is Jesus?” Who did he claim to be? Did he back up those claims? If so, what is our responsibility?
Thanksgiving is more than just a day. It is an attitude. It is a choice. When we choose to obey God by giving Him praise, He often changes our perspective in the midst of life’s difficulties.