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Category: Sin and Evil
Death has no victory—the weakness of our fallen state, of our inherited guilt, of our inevitable death is completely undone.
There is more love, more life, more light in our God than there is hate, death, and darkness in us. Jesus is full of grace and truth, and he is everything we need.
The Samaritan woman isn’t just one woman. She is a picture of the bride of Christ. Deserving to be rejected by Christ, she is pursued nonetheless.
Behold that dear, that exalted, that condescending Friend of sinners, whom you can never please so well as by giving the fullest credit to his assurance that he is your Friend, your Redeemer, your guide through earth, your portion forever. What a mercy that you have lived to know that such a glorious person exists, is ever present with you, sees every thought of your heart, and listens with infinite delight to every sigh.
our hope is not in the what of our glorification, but the who of our glorification. When we see Christ as he is, it will be a vision unfettered by sin and thus we can experience the reality of Christ’s presence in a way that no human has experienced.
Our merciful High Priest will never make a harsh observation, nor ask a rasping question, nor pronounce a crushing sentence. Go to him only, for there is none like him.
The gospel is refreshing for the inmate because it reconciles and restores them to a right relationship with God. It brings them joy in the darkest of places. It makes their wrongs right. It grants them a new identity in Christ.
Brian Rosner shows how misguided worship is part of the human problem, and how the gospel saves us from it. 
Michael Reeves shows how the fear of God eclipses and consumes our other fears, imparting strength and joy. 
Michael Reeves preaches Luther's early sermon on Luke 18 which gets to the heart of his gospel discovery.