Matthew, Mark, and Luke each note something different about the appearance of Jesus on the Mount of Transfiguration. Each perspective gives us insight into Jesus as prophet, priest, and king.
Jesus was unique in so many ways. Often we can see this through descriptions of His garments in Scripture.
A biblical principle holds true throughout Scripture: God often does the impossible after all hope has faded.
If people will not receive God’s living and abiding word, why would they receive His miracles?
God’s hand of blessing upon America’s founding is unmistakable. May we return to the God of our forefathers!
Everyone must make a decision about Jesus. No one can remain neutral. No one can say, “Jesus is good, but he’s not God.” What will your answer be?
Christian fathers are the priest, provider, and protector of their homes. As “priests,” godly fathers have a responsibility to set the spiritual tone in the home. They cannot save their children, but should do all they can to point them to the Savior, Jesus Christ.
The way to life’s greatest victories is to surrender fully to God.
Most of the focus of the “Prodigal Son Passage” in focused on the prodigal son. However, in its full context, Jesus’ larger focus was on the other wayward son.
May we never forget America’s Christian Heritage.