November 1, 2020
When Jesus rose up from the dead, all the cheering shifted to heaven’s side as man’s sin was paid for by the Son of the Most High God! Triumph like none ever was achieved!
September 20, 2020
The cross represents God’s justice and His love. Both were accomplished at the cross. Both were satisfied there.
September 6, 2020
We were in deep debt because of our sin, an indebtedness that we could never afford to pay, but Christ paid it all, paid it in full, by taking our sins to the cross!
June 7, 2020
To realize that mankind, even the most religious people of the time, chose to nail the very Son of God to a cross, shows the depth of depravity, wickedness, and enmity against our Creator.
January 19, 2020
It’s normal to grieve the loss of a loved one. But we grieve the loss of a fellow believer differently. Why? The Gospel. The Good News brought to us as a result of Jesus’ death and resurrection. We grieve with Hope and that Hope will definitely not disappoint.
January 12, 2020
It was on that cross that Jesus absorbed our punishment for sin, for turning our backs on God. And in so doing, mankind witnessed the greatest act of love of all time. Have you been able to grasp that you were the object of that love? Put another way, is this Good News, your Good News?
December 1, 2019
The monumental question then is this: When it comes to Jesus, has your knees bowed and has your tongue confessed that He is your Savior and Lord?
April 20, 2019
When the spiritually dead are called to life in Christ, all the angels in heaven rejoice! And so should we! Our prayers for our loved ones in these regards should be unceasing.
October 7, 2018
Christ has declared us not guilty and has reckoned us righteous. He has forgiven our sins, won us to Himself, adopted us as His own, and bestowed upon us everlasting life! And somehow David saw it coming ten centuries beforehand! Talk about an awesome God! Talk about Love!
June 3, 2018
What would compel God the Father to allow God the Son to be lifted up on a cross? Love and justice. Someone said it well: “The cross is where God’s love and justice meet.” What does that mean?