In the face of euthanasia in our culture, the church is to minister the compassion and mercy of Christ, providing emotional, spiritual, and physical care for those who are lonely and dying.
Solomon contrasts covenant wisdom with the wisdom (folly) of man, outlining two completely different visions of the world and two opposing programs for civilization.
God destroyed the wicked and their world, but saved a remnant through the obedience of one man.
Throughout history we see that God opposes the proud and lifts up the humble. God's judgment is equitable, and it is cause for rejoicing.
The righteous man is immovable and does not fear bad news for God has poured out His love in our hearts.
God demands charity through tithes and personal care for our neighbour; it's not the state's duty.
If Christians do not live out the Beatitudes, the world becomes putrid and infected. Christians are called to be antiseptic.
Biblically, righteousness is conformity to God’s norms.
The world turns justice on its head, but God sets apart His covenant people and watches over them.