This Sunday, May 7, we will be starting a new sermon series based on the Epistle to the Hebrews. Let us first examine the background of this epistle. First of all, who wrote this book? Unlike the letters of Paul and other New Testament writers, the author of Hebrews does not mention his name. […]
When Christ returns from heaven, he will complete his sacrifice on the Passover, remove the leaven of sin, and carry his people to his heavenly kingdom as firstfruits. He will gather his people in a final, great harvest gathering of souls. On that day, a final trumpet will sound to announce the great news that the Day of Atonement from sin is consummatedâ€”sin and death will be no more. And God’s people will finally dwell in the new heaven and earth, where God will dwell with them as their God.
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Our song of grief in the midst of suffering is to turn into a new song of praise after God pulls us out of the muddy pit. This is why the Psalms often speak of â€œa new song,â€ not because the Psalmist composes a new song in place of old, boring songs. But because his life has turned from singing a song of grief to a song of joy, from destruction to salvation, from â€œmourning to dancing.â€