Roy B. Zuck

Four Reliable Truths from Caleb’s Life

Roy B. Zuck May 1, 2014

ension filled the air. Israel stood waiting to hear the report of twelve men appointed by Moses to go on a forty-day reconnaissance trip to explore the land of Canaan that God had promised them. And the twelve were divided. Ten said the inhabitants were powerful, the cities fortified, and giants...

When God Is Silent

Roy B. Zuck Feb 16, 2012

A look at Psalm 22 from David’s perspective provides a guide for talking to God when He doesn’t seem to answer back.

Fear God, Enjoy Life: The Message of Ecclesiastes

Roy B. Zuck Sep 1, 2010

According to a Russian legend a peasant was to receive by a deed all the land he could encompass by running in one day. When the day came, he ran and ran, got back to the starting point at the end of the day, and was tired. The sun was almost down, but not quite. So he took off in another...

Coping with Grief

Roy B. Zuck Dec 1, 2009

The death of your loved one may have been anticipated, coming after a long illness. Or it may have been so sudden that it was totally unexpected. Whatever the cause, death is unwelcome. Living with grief is a tough assignment, perhaps one of the most difficult things we are called on to do. How...

Wise Up!

Roy B. Zuck Sep 5, 2006

Are you a fool, or do you fear the Lord? Dr. Roy Zuck, editor of Bibliotheca Sacra and senior professor emeritus of Bible Exposition, explores the substance of wisdom described in the Book of Proverbs.

Restoration Hardware

Roy B. Zuck Jul 7, 2004

A personal letter written nearly two thousand years ago offers sage advice for hammering the dents out of relationships.