As we look at what our union with Christ entails, we quickly discover there are many helpful terms and images used in Scripture describe this incredible, unsearchable reality.
The gradual nature of the healing in Mark 8:22-26 wasn’t due to a lack of power in Jesus or faith in the blind man. Rather, it serves as a living parable for the disciples of their spiritual sight.
As Christians, we ought to speak with theological precision and clarity. Preaching the gospel with creativity and novelty is nothing to celebrate when it comes at the expense of the truth.
We value a culture where the word of God is foundational, the glory of God is magnified, the preeminence of Christ is proclaimed, the gospel is central, and the Holy Spirit is relied upon
Frederick Faber (1814-1863) was English theologian and hymn writer who wrote many hymns and poems for the church, including several magnificent hymns about the Trinity.