Psalm 50: “God Judges His People”

In Psalm 50, God indicts his people of legalism in their worship. This is not a distant message to an ancient people, but even for us today. In worship, God judges his people. (Exposition of Psalm 50)

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Matthew 5:38–42: “An Eye for an Eye”

Understanding Jesus’ teaching about the Old Testament “eye for an eye” laws requires us to reclaim the forgotten doctrine of the passions of the soul. Jesus came to suffer for sinners. (Exposition of Matthew 5:38–42)

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Matthew 5:21–26: “You Shall Not Murder”

In Jesus’ first “antithesis,” where he teaches against the traditional understanding of the law, Jesus teaches us the full implications of the Sixth Commandment: love your neighbor as yourself. (Exposition of Matthew 5:21–26)

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Genesis 12:4–9: The Conquest of Abram

Abram's example of public witness and worship to the living God teaches us how to bear witness to the already/not-yet kingdom of Jesus Christ. (Exposition of Genesis 12:4–9)

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Psalm 50: “God Judges His People”

In Psalm 50, God indicts his people of legalism in their worship. This is not a distant message to an ancient people, but even for us today. In worship, God judges his people. (Exposition of Psalm 50)