In John 18:20-21, Jesus answers a question from the high priest about His disciples and His doctrine. This audio devotional explains His response.
Jesus looks ahead to the cross in John 12:27-28. This audio devotional explains how a voice from heaven confirms His mission, which will glorify the Father.
There are not many ways to God. I Timothy 2:5-6 and this audio devotional remind us that there is one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus.
As disciples of Christ, our job is to proclaim His good news, living in a way that supports its truth. More from this I Thessalonians 2:4 audio devotional.
Simeon finally sees the Messiah with his own eyes and speaks with joy of salvation and light. This audio devotional from Luke 2:30-32 rehearses the event.
This is one of the most important and well-known announcements in the history of the world. More information in this audio devotional from Luke 2:11-12.
Zacharias rejoices at the birth of John, pointing (as his son would) to the Messiah. This audio devotional from Luke 1:68-69 takes a closer look.
Jesus is crowned with glory and honour. Hebrews 2:9 describes His sacrifice on our behalf. He is the subject of this audio devotional.
Jesus is the express image of God's person. This statement is made in Hebrews 1:3 and is the primary focus of this audio devotional.
The question from Galatians 4:16 is "Am I therefore become your enemy, because I tell you the truth?" This audio devotional takes a closer look.
We are not justified by works is the central theme of Galatians 2:16. This audio devotional focuses on the verse and justification by faith.
Galatians 1:8-9 says that those preaching any other gospel should be accursed. This audio devotional focuses on the true gospel and false gospels.