Comfort

“Comfort, Comfort, my people, says your God.” Isaiah 40:1 So, what is comfort and why is it important? The Hebrew word that Isaiah uses is נחם (nacham), which means “to ease one’s regrets or griefs.” When the Hebrew scribes translated this passage into Greek, they translated נחם (nacham) as παρακαλέω (parakaleo), which means “to encourage,… Read More

Entering Into Christ’s Sufferings

“to know him and the power of his resurrection, the fellowship of his sufferings, sharing in the sake kind of death as his —” (Philippians 3:10) What does it mean to be “found in Christ”? It means that in the context of his imputation of righteousness to us, we come into relationship with him —… Read More

To Follow or to Delay? Which describes your life?

“Thus he and the men that were with him ate and drank and lodged there. And they arose in the morning and he said, ‘Send me to my lord.’ And her brother and her mother said, ‘Let the girl stay with us about ten more days and then she may go.’ But he said to… Read More