January 17, 2021
The Scriptures, not to mention all of history, are replete with stories of the unconquerable being conquered, the invincible being taken down, the haughty being humbled, and the boastful made to eat their words.
January 10, 2021
When we say we will preach the Word, narrowly we mean the Good News of Jesus Christ as Savior & Lord. More broadly, we mean what Paul called the Whole Counsel of God. That means God’s Word as it pertains to all things, big and small, far and wide.
January 3, 2021
Believers in Christ have no other real choice before us but to press on towards the higher calling of our Lord. The notion of giving up must not take root in our minds and hearts.
December 27, 2020
We are called to lend our shoulders for others to cry upon, to be vessels and voices of comfort and consolation. Romans 12:15 says: “Rejoice with those who rejoice, weep with those who weep.”
December 20, 2020
The Jesus we offer to the world is not just a little Baby born in Bethlehem, He’s the Maker of all things seen and unseen, One with no beginning or end, the King of kings and Lord of lords.
December 13, 2020
The Bible is full of stories where God showed up to help His people but also where God showed up to help His people, help His people!
December 6, 2020
What flows to us in the way of God’s blessings are meant to also flow through us to others. And there is no greater blessing bestowed by our Lord than His amazing grace.
November 29, 2020
What we say can be immensely valuable, encouraging, and even life-changing. The Scriptures are the mines where godly prospectors go for words of great treasure.
November 22, 2020
With God’s help, we fix our gaze on eternal things and listen for God to speak through His Word. When we do that, our hardships and predicaments are put into perspective. We remember God is sovereign and good and eternity is a lot longer than the fleeting days of now.
November 15, 2020
Where do bitter roots come from? A person gets hurt or offended or slighted. It may’ve been deliberate or unintentional. It may’ve been an offense that was perceived but not actual.