The Atonement is a crucial doctrine. It is the work of our Saviour Jesus Christ to earn our salvation through His life and death.
Do you see these topics and answers to Man’s inner need for God in the words of this hymn: The inner sense of God as our Creator and the evidence of God in Nature?
What does this hymn speak to you about Christ? Go through the words, looking for what Christ does for you.
This is a true Advent hymn, expressing our longing for God.
What is the doctrine of the sufficiency of Scripture and how does today’s hymn, How Firm a Foundation, express this vital teaching?
The gospel is clear throughout the hymn, O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing. I was struck by Wesley’s mention of living “under the law” in the tenth stanza: “Sudden expired the legal strife, ’Twas then I ceased to grieve; My second, real, living life I then began to live.”