1. An Anglo-Saxon poem gives fresh insight to the cross
  2. Scent plays an important role in our memories and the story of Scripture
  3. Any message other than "Christ for you" is not good news.
  4. Confession and absolution offer more than assurance, they gift real and genuine Divine promises.
  5. As much as we want the glory, riches, and knowledge of Dantes, what we need is Jean Valjean's candlesticks.
  6. The legacy of Jonah is troubled with most remembering him not for what he said but for what he did: run away.
  7. Charles V, for all his power, his lands, and his riches, was ultimately unable to hinder the spread of the precious Gospel.
  8. Dyson demonstrated a pious persistence with Lewis, something we can emulate in our own friendships and conversations.
  9. The Lord assures Jeremiah he has not forgotten him. He is there and will rescue him.
  10. The Lord has remembered to help his servant Israel, to fulfill his promises to Abraham and to his offspring forever, not mostly or mainly because of his mercy, but exclusively so.