It’s the life-light of Jesus that helps us want what we need more than wanting what we want.
If the festivities of Christmas are proving too weak an antidote for what ails you, I want to help you for a moment look beyond the wrapping to the Gift
On this special episode of the For The Church Podcast, Jared Wilson and guest Ronnie Martin talk all things Christmas.
How often has God told us in the Scriptures that he is good, but we choose our own golden calf?
We are in real danger of allowing the disappointments of life to discolor our understanding of God.
Seasonal celebrations have become more about seeking peace, gaining a glimpse of beauty, upholding tradition, or experiencing some other common grace than celebrating God incarnate.
Christians stand on this confession not because it is a sweet sentimentality at holiday time, but because we know that it is integral to Christ’s gospel.
God cannot not be omnipresent. So for Jesus Christ to be God incarnate must not mean he was not also God omnipresent.
Jesus’ first arrival made way for his second. The incarnation and the second coming are wound together.
Spurgeon: Santa or Scrooge?