1. What might Christians of the Reformation tradition think of claims like these about the nature of salvation?
  2. Jesus makes David’s words his own, because David’s words were Christ’s to begin with.
  3. The drama of Scripture is about God renaming us by bringing us into his image-bearing family once again. And it would take “a name above all names” to accomplish it.
  4. What if sin was truly removed and what if the one who took it from us had the power to conquer it’s curse and spit in the face of death?
  5. What is undoubtedly true, however, is that St. Peter wasn’t left outside. He wasn’t left weeping. He was restored, as am I, as are you.
  6. Past, present, and future are tied together in Christ.
  7. I’ve Got That Joy, Joy, Joy, Down in My Heart. In this episode, we discuss death, rebirth, and eternal life as examined and explained in The Joy of Eternal Life by Philip Nikolai.
  8. Solomon wrote that there is nothing new under the sun.
  9. All creation groans under the weight of sin, greed, and despair. As we enter into the season of Lent we have good reasons for hope.
  10. Zephaniah has given us something more visceral to help us understand the love of God: the sound of salvation.

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