A More Excellent Name
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A More Excellent Name

In our culture, the names we pick for our children don’t have much connection with the child’s character. But in the Bible, God chose specific names that related to some character quality of the individuals who bore them. Keep Reading

Christ Is Superior to Angels
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Christ Is Superior to Angels

Man is a wonderful and amazing creation—higher than plants, animals, and any other material creation in this world. But there are created beings even higher than man—angels. Keep Reading

The Sacrifice and Exaltation of Christ
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The Sacrifice and Exaltation of Christ

The Bible makes it perfectly clear that “the wages of sin is death” (Rom. 6:23). Jesus Christ went to the cross, died the death we deserved, and consequently freed us from the penalty of sin by our faith in Him. Keep Reading

The Sustaining Power of Christ
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The Sustaining Power of Christ

We base our entire lives on the constancy of physical laws. When something like an earthquake disrupts the normal condition or operation of things even a little, the consequences are often disastrous. Keep Reading

Christ’s Radiance and Representation
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Christ’s Radiance and Representation

Just as the rays of the sun give light, warmth, life, and growth to the earth, so Jesus Christ is the glorious light of God shining into the hearts of men and women. As “the radiance of God’s glory,” Jesus expresses God to us. Keep Reading

The Creator of the World
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The Creator of the World

n 1:3 testifies, “All things came into being through Him; and apart from Him nothing came into being that has come into being.” Jesus has the ability to create something out of nothing (cf. Rom. 4:17), and that sets Him apart from mere creatures. Keep Reading

The Heir of All Things
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The Heir of All Things

When Christ first came to earth He became poor for our sakes, that we, through His poverty, might be made rich (2 Cor. 8:9). He had nothing for Himself; He had “nowhere to lay His head” (Luke 9:58). Keep Reading

God’s Final Revelation
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God’s Final Revelation

A Samaritan woman declared, “I know that Messiah is coming (He who is called Christ); when that One comes, He will declare all things to us” (John 4:25). The expectation of that day, even among the Samaritans, was that Messiah would unfold the full and final revelation of God. Keep Reading

Progressive Revelation
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Progressive Revelation

When Jesus said, “Do not think that I came to abolish the Law or the Prophets [the Old Testament]; I did not come to abolish, but to fulfill” (Matt. 5:17), He was affirming that Scripture progressed from promise to fulfillment, from partial to complete. We call that progressive revelation. Keep Reading

Penetrating the Box
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Penetrating the Box

Since the beginning of time, man has deceived himself by thinking he can discover God through various religions. But in reality, man lives in a box enclosed within the walls of time and space. Keep Reading

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