1. In Jesus, the most totalizing summary of the law becomes the gospel of the one made perfect through obedience.
  2. Christian mercy should not seek its own. It must be round, and open its eyes and look at all alike, friend and foe, as our heavenly Father does.
  3. Peter's profound promises to perfectly protect the progeny of the Padre putter out. Jesus is tormented to His core knowing what He is about to face, but commits Himself for you.
  4. This week, we are grateful to publish a series of sermons from our beloved late Chaplain, Ron Hodel. This is the fourth installment of that series.
  5. This week, we are grateful to publish a series of sermons from our beloved late Chaplain, Ron Hodel. This is the second installment of that series.
  6. This week, we are grateful to publish a series of sermons from our beloved late Chaplain, Ron Hodel. This is the first installment of that series.
  7. The Trinity is a handy shorthand for all that God has done to justify sinners.
  8. The celebration of Trinity Sunday–the only church festival specifically dedicated to a doctrine–reminds us of the necessity of confessing that the one God exists in three persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
  9. In the face of abject evil, these two faithfully cling to the words and truths of he alone who is Good, Jehovah God.
  10. God's Son comes to deal with the infestation of sin, but in an unforeseen twist of grace, he’s the only one who goes under the knife.
  11. God excludes our boasting out of his abundant mercy.
  12. The God who abundantly restores is still in the business of total restoration, even today. Even now the God of heaven restores dead sinners to life.
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