Why Did My Savior Heaven Leave?

The question is not who or how, but “why?” Why did Jesus have to leave heaven, come to earth, and become a man? Why couldn’t He save us from a distance?

How to Face Your Golgotha

Read Matthew 26:36–46; Mark 14:32–42; Luke 22:39–46 Jesus faced the greatest test of faith in His life. He did not look forward to the events that would culminate in His own funeral.  He knew exactly what...

The Glorious Person of Christ

This glorious person is the soul of the Bi­ble, the center of the whole spiritual system, the attraction for all nations, the ruler, not only among the saints on earth, but also the armies...

Evidences of Jesus’ Death

As strange as it may sound, some unbelievers—in order to get around the miracle of the resurrection—have denied that Jesus actually died on the cross. Let’s explore the evidence… The precipitate cause of Jesus’ death...

Paternity Determined in Bethlehem Case

Where paternity of a child is in question, a court determines paternity based initially upon sworn statements and then upon testimony or other evidence. In the Bethlehem Case, the Father finally came forward. A definitive...

When the Fullness of Time Was Come

Why was Jesus born when He was?

The Power of His Resurrection

Paul wrote of “the power of His resurrection” (Philippians 3:10). What is that? The seal of a finished work (Acts 13:29–30).            The sign of a glorious triumph (Hebrews 2:14;...

A Jesus-Haunted Culture

We are a Jesus-haunted culture that is so historically illiterate that anything can now pass for knowledge of Jesus.

Jesus: The Lion, the Ox, the Man, and the Eagle

Most of us are likely familiar with the parallel which has often been noted between the four Gospel Accounts and the four living creatures in the opening vision of the prophet Ezekiel (Ezekiel 1:10). The lion symbolizes supreme strength, kingship; the man, highest intelligence; the ox, lowly service; the eagle, heavenliness, mystery, divinity.

Who Crucified Jesus?

It is simple to say that Christ died for the sins of the world. It is quite another to say that Christ died for my sins.