November 17, 2019
There’s an important distinction we must always remember: Our salvation is owned by faith but it is shown by obedient acts of love.
November 10, 2019
We live in a time where the Church is striving to please people, be attractive to the world, be hip, cool, and otherwise. It’s like the Bride of Christ is trying to dress up to catch the eye of suiters other than The Groom.
October 13, 2019
Being steadfast, watchful, and thankful in prayer, coupled with an eager willingness to share our faith with unbelievers, makes us participants with God as He takes hold of others, even as He has taken hold of us.
September 1, 2019
When we claim we are in Christ but our actions betray that profession, we rightfully get labeled as hypocrites. As believers we’ve been new-birthed into a life where we are deliberately and progressively putting off, removing, and eliminating the sinful lifestyles of our past.
June 16, 2019
Once spiritual orphans, God sought us, bought us, and has adopted us into His beloved Family. He has made us joint heirs through His Son, our Lord, Jesus Christ. How awesome is our God! How awesome is our Father!
April 14, 2019
The triumphal entry reveals Jesus as the chosen Passover Lamb, the fulfillment of every rite, ritual, festival, and Messianic prophecy instituted and foretold by the Law and the Prophets.
March 3, 2019
God’s intent from the beginning was for holy matrimony to depict the covenantal bond between Christ and His Church. The Church, as the Scriptures proclaim, is the Bride of Christ…
October 28, 2018
What are you doing in the name of the Lord that honors Him? Glorifies Him? Are you driven by consumption or production? As a believer are you merely taking in and filling up or are you spilling over, going forth, serving, helping, giving, doing?
August 26, 2018
The healing and restoration of broken relationships is an awesome thing! And it’s also a wonderful depiction of the Gospel of Jesus Christ!
June 17, 2018
So what of us who’ve long sought the Lord and His Word to glean the best seed to sow into the hearts of our children (the natural ones and spiritual ones) but visibly only see what looks like barren ground–what do we do? Quit or pray?