The Reformation gives all glory to the true redeemer by showing Christ has finished all the work for your salvation; we see that all the work of the law has been completed for us, and the work of removing our sin has also been completed for us.
The Lord’s Supper is a fellowship meal that unites us all together, it is a time for self-examination, and it is a true presence of the Lord’s body and blood. We also see that it is worship as we face trials because it nourishes and strengthens our faith.
As Jesus enters Jerusalem we see His kingdom of power (his rule over all creation), His kingdom of grace (the invisible church), and the eternal kingdom — the kingdom of His glory.
Through Psalm 73, we see there are problems of this world and the wicked often seem to prosper, but we can be confident God is using them to strengthen our faith in Him.
We see our marriages are a mini-model for Christ and His church, we let our emotions be ruled by the fact that God is ruling all of creation for us, and we use this world’s temporal things in good stewardship as God has entrusted us.