What did the cross achieve? – Part 4

Today I am thinking about how the Jesus dying on the cross fulfilled the promises of the Old Testament. Over the past few months I have become really excited about the Old Testament. Traditionally, I thought it was the boring bit of the bible that was irrelevant to us Christians. Recently however, I have changed... Continue Reading →

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What did the cross achieve? – Part 2

So yesterday we looked at the fact that the cross is a "penal substitution" - all this really means is Jesus took the punishment we rightly deserve, so that we aren't punished. This morning I want to look at how the cross provides victory over Satan. Hollywood loves us to believe that good and evil are... Continue Reading →

Plans for Holy Week

Hi everyone. I am planning to write a meditation on why Jesus went to the cross/what it achieved, each day of Holy Week. These will be taken from my bible studies over the past year, as I haven't just been studying Leviticus but also Galatians, 1 Thessalonians, Romans, Mark, 1 Peter, Colossians, Titus, Malachi and... Continue Reading →

Which book of the bible next?

So we are over half way through Leviticus, and after Monday's post on Holiness, I have another three posts planned. I was wondering if anyone had any preferences for the next book I should write about? Would you like New Testament or more Old Testament? I can't make promises as to specific books (though by... Continue Reading →

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