September 26, 2021
Remember, we were all borne enemies to God and yet He sent His Son to die on a cross to free us from the sin that separated us. And He not only sent His Son to free us, He adopted us as His own sons & daughters.
September 19, 2021
It’s that Audience of One for which we live and love and serve. No matter who else sees, may we make Him who sees all things, very very glad, especially how we treat one another…
September 5, 2021
Jesus, the Messiah, the Son of God, is sentenced to die on a cross–Barabbas’ cross! But our Lord not only took the place of Barabbas–He took our place as well.
August 22, 2021
When we consider we were born sinners, enemies of God, bound for hell, and incapable of saving ourselves… And then God, instead of destroying us, sends His Son to die in our place in order to make us His own, the result should reduce us to abject humility and full surrender.
August 15, 2021
Jesus tells the parable of a wealthy farmer who was doing so well he just had to have more. So he built bigger barns to hold bigger harvests all the while giving little thought to God, his own fleeting life, and certainly not the needs of others.
August 8, 2021
He was offered the opportunity to personally follow the Son of God but instead he goes away sad. Unbeknownst to him, he likewise goes away poor because the greater Treasure was right before him.
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!