August 1, 2021
Since the whole work was finished and the whole debt was paid upon the Cross there was nothing for me to do but to fall upon my knees, accept the Savior and praise Him forevermore.
July 25, 2021
Though Jesus did not condone her sin, He would go to the cross to pay for her sins. He would bear her punishment. He would suffer her guilt and shame. And He’s also done the same for us…
July 18, 2021
May our Savior and Lord increasingly give us eyes to see as He sees and to respond to the person before us with compassion, mercy, and love. After all, that’s how He looked and responded to each of us…
July 11, 2021
In The Prodigal Son, we learn that there are two sons in need of redemption. We explore this Parable with fresh eyes and open hearts and we’ll see that Jesus not only meant it for then and there but for here and now. He even meant it for the likes of us!
July 4, 2021
God is not like us…His ways and His thoughts are so much higher than ours. He will abundantly pardon us and show us His compassion that is infinite and beyond our ability to comprehend.
June 27, 2021
By looking to God’s unchanging and eternal word as our standard, the church can shine the light of God’s kingdom in this dark and confused world leading many to the truth.
June 20, 2021
“Even before He made the world, God loved us and chose us in Christ to be holy and without fault in His eyes. God decided in advance to adopt us into His own family by bringing us to Himself through Jesus Christ. This is what He wanted to do, and it gave Him great pleasure.” (NLT)
June 13, 2021
When Scriptures are twisted or superseded with alleged extra-biblical revelations, the results are never good. They create false gospels and those lead straight to hell.
June 6, 2021
Propitiation is a potent word which means a sacrifice of atonement for our sins. It’s the total extinguishing of God’s fiery wrath against our sinful selves, achieved by our Holy God through the sacrifice of His Son who absorbed the wrath we deserved.
May 30, 2021
What might it take for us to regain the deep sense of love and trust shared by our ancestors in the faith? How might we once again bask in the rich blessing of having fellow sojourners walking with us through thick and thin? What might God need to do to bring it about?