From these selected passages in Luke, can you identify who is responsible for Jesus’s death?
From these selected passages in Acts, can you identify who is responsible for Jesus’s death?
Can you find the theme in these Bible verses?
Enjoy this reading of the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7) from the LSB!
The Bible teaches that God created the heavens and the earth. So what?
The Bible teaches that God existed before the beginning. So what?
“How did it get so scarred?
It wasn’t like this at the start…”
When the supernatural collides with the natural, some people struggle to articulate what they have witnessed, but not everyone.
When Jesus entered the world, people were curious about him. In at least two conversations, people asked Jesus something to the effect of, “how great are you, really?” In the Gospel of John, we see two conversations where people seek to compare Jesus to great men of the past. In both conversations Jesus demonstrates his greatness. The people with whom he is conversing have surprisingly different responses.
In Philippians 2, Paul used a quick reference to the Christmas story to help his readers understand two vital lessons.