Remember He is with you.
Have a wonderful week.
Trust, boast, and praise must not be directed to the wrong objects but only to God Himself.
Commentary from the MacArthur study Bible, notes for Psalm 20:7.
Turn your burden over to the Lord and be assured of His saving strength.
Those who make eternal investments will be content to receive their dividends in heaven.
Commentary from the MacArthur study Bible, notes for 1 Timothy 6:19.
To reckon Christ’s blood as something “common” is the same thing as saying that it is unclean or defiled and implies that Christ was a sinner and a blemished sacrifice. Such thinking is truly blasphemous.
Commentary from the MacArthur study Bible, notes for Hebrews 10:29.
This does not mean God has abrogated His moral law (Romans 3:31, Matthew 5:17-19). The law is good, holy, and righteous (Romans 7:12, 1 Timothy 1:8), but it cannot be kept, so it curses. Since it cannot assist anyone to keep God’s moral standard (Romans 7:7-11), it can only show the standard and thus rebuke and condemn those who fail to keep it. But the believer is no longer under the law as a condition of acceptance with God – an impossible condition to meet and one designed only to show man his sinfulness (Galatians 3:10-13) – but under grace, which enables him to truly fulfill the law’s righteous requirements (Romans 7:6; 8:3,4).
Commentary from the MacArthur study Bible, notes for Romans 6:14.
A believer’s unregenerate self – “our old man”. The Greek word for “old” does not refer to something old in years but to something that is worn out and useless. Paul uses the term “body” and “flesh” to refer to sinful propensities that are intertwined with physical weaknesses and pleasures. But the term “flesh” is not equivalent to the physical body, which can be an instrument of holiness.
Commentary from the MacArthur study Bible, notes for Romans 6:6.