A reflection on the longing for the better world which Christians experience, and how Jesus has walked through the darkness of this life to bring us to eternity with himself. From Jonathan Gibson: One of the ways in which the Psalms connect to Jesus Christ is in the sphere of typological experience. The psalmist or …

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Heidelberg Catechism – Lord’s Day 32 86. Q. Since we are redeemed from our sin and its wretched consequences by grace through Christ without any merit of our own, why must we do good works? A. Because just as Christ has redeemed us with his blood he also renews us through his Holy Spirit according …

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Scott Hubbard writes a short article about how God prepares us to face major trials by taking his people through multiple smaller trials of more mundane significance. How we teach ourselves to react with the smaller will be how we react to the larger seasons of adversity. The little trials you meet today are not …

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Tomorrow, for those of us who have not been called home, the work of our salvation will continue toward its completion: From Charles Spurgeon, quoted at Tolle Lege: If, when we were sinners, Christ loved us so as to die for us, now that He has redeemed us, and has already reconciled us to Himself, …

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