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.
March 31, 2019
If Isaiah compared our righteousness to filthy rags, how’s your wardrobe looking? What kind of spiritual fashion statement are you making?
November 18, 2018
Could today be the day of your healing from sin? Better yet, could today be the day you meet the Healer, the Forgiver of sins, the One who makes whole, the One who saves, the One who gives life forevermore?
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!
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!
August 19, 2018
Reconciliation is when two people at enmity are restored to friendship. God has reconciled us, former enemies, to Himself through the sacrifice of His Son. Love compelled Him. That same love is meant to move us to reconcile with others.
January 14, 2018
Clear throughout John’s first epistle is his notion that true regeneration, without transformation, makes the authenticity of the supposed regeneration, suspect. The purchase of our redemption and adoption was not cheap. Though it cost us nothing, the ransom paid was the violent death of God’s only Son. This has profound implications for our Christian walk.
October 15, 2017
Jesus Christ, who bore our sins on the cross, stands ready to be your Strong Deliverer, to forgive you and set you free from all that holds you captive. His hand is on your prison door, ready to yank it open.
September 25, 2016
Jesus is no ordinary Man. He is God. And the declaration of his forgiveness is even greater than the healings he performs.
March 25, 2016
When Jesus was crucified, it was between two thieves. The question is, which one of these two thieves represents you–the one who dies mocking and rejecting Jesus or the one who initially mocked but then found eternal hope in Jesus dying next to him on the cross? Nothing matters more…