Few things are more enlightening than tracing the fascinating history of God’s people. Let's discuss the familiar Sermon on the Mount.
Let's look at Old Testament prophecy, and offer insight into what Jesus meant when He said, “I did not come to abolish the law but to fulfill it.”
God gave us both the old and new covenants, as a complete picture of His purpose for the world.
God set a redemption plan in motion before the foundation of the earth. Everything He did pointed towards the coming Savior, Jesus Christ!
Discover what Jesus’ contemporaries thought about His role on earth, and how we should view Him today
Did Jesus come to earth to abolish the Old Testament Law, or to fulfill it?
The “Discover the Word” team is passionate about having a working knowledge of the Bible. And this includes an understanding of both the Old and New Testaments!
When we think of the gospel, we often picture Christ on the cross. But when Jesus was teaching His Sermon on the Mount, His reference to the gospel of the kingdom had a different meaning.
As we see Jesus teaching to the crowds, the Scriptures come alive in a new way, and questions we have about the text are answered.
How can God be King of the universe, and yet, share a closeness with His children as our Abba Father, our daddy?
Tragically for some, the image of God the Father evokes bitter memories of a broken relationship with their dad. Let's take a closer look at Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount.
What does it mean to shine the light of God into a darkened world? Let's reflect on Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount for an intriguing discussion.
Not all of us feel adequate or equipped to share the gospel. But according to the “Discover the Word” team, everyone has the ability to share the love of God through their actions.
Let's use Matthew chapter five to illustrate Bible study tools for getting the most out of your Scripture reading. Want to dig deeper into God’s Word but don’t know where to start?