Wednesday after the Baptism of Our Lord

Everything in fallen creation has met its end in Jesus’ blood and death.

Tuesday after the Baptism of Our Lord

God isn’t for first place finishers, winners, heroes, or living legends—He’s for suffering and conflicted people.

Monday after the Baptism of Our Lord

God enjoys the challenge of turning a heart of stone into a living, beating heart of faith.

The Baptism of Our Lord

God’s declaration, “This is My beloved Son,” can only be believed. It can’t be known, felt, or seen.

Saturday after the Epiphany

By Baptism you are drowned in God’s election.

Friday after the Epiphany

No man comes to the Father but by the Son, whose finished His Father’s business for you.

Thursday after the Epiphany

God now sets out a heavenly feast every time the true Church gathers in His Name. This is His glory.

Wednesday after the Epiphany

On the cross, Jesus said, “It is finished.” Your salvation is a done deal.

Tuesday after the Epiphany

You, like Paul and all sinners, stand in need of grace, not self-esteem.

Monday after the Epiphany

When we talk about God’s glory, we mean Jesus.