March 7, 2021
Jesus took on our sins and God unleashed His wrath upon His only Son who died in our place. His atoning sacrifice brings us life, even life forevermore.
February 28, 2021
Despite some who errantly believe we will merely have a ghostlike existence, our spiritual bodies will have substance. They’ll be incorruptible, free of sickness and decay, and best of all they’ll be built to last forever.
February 20, 2021
The coming of Jesus, God the Son, was the inauguration of God’s Kingdom on the earth and we are moving daily towards its full consummation when Christ Jesus returns.
February 14, 2021
When trials come, when things have seemingly gone awry in our personal lives or the world around us, some errantly conclude God has departed, turned up missing, left us to fend for ourselves. But God is always in charge.
February 7, 2021
We aren’t saved by grace without works and then transformed into His likeness by works without grace. The grace that saved us is the grace that sustains us. We are saved and sanctified–both–by the grace of God.
January 24, 2021
In the presence of Almighty God, being enveloped in the splendor of His holiness, in the midst of the worshipful songs of angels and glorified saints, there is only one appropriate posture–falling down on our faces before Him, in reverence and awe!
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.”