January 26, 2020
The prophet Malachi was called by God to confront those post-exile Jews who had become complacent in their attitudes and worship. They followed a form of religion, but they were apathetic and the practice of their faith had become half-hearted at best.
February 3, 2019
Paul issues a tall order in terms of exhorting us to walk in humility and serve one another selflessly. But then he gives us divine motivation as he points us to Jesus.
December 30, 2018
Faithfulness is fitting for us because we serve a faithful God. Therefore love God and one another. Be thankful. Be humble. Be generous. Obey Him from the heart. Be ye faithful! And see what He does with your life in the days you are given.
December 24, 2017
Many suppose Jesus was poor because He was born in a stable and His first bassinet was a feeding trough. But remember, Joseph was a carpenter and would’ve been earning a fair day’s wage. Jesus was born in a stable because the inn was full, not because Joseph and Mary couldn’t afford the room fee. The One who owned the cattle on a thousand hills chose to be born in a cattle barn.
November 12, 2017
When it comes to our Lord, there’s no such thing as too small. God has a reputation for doing big things with small things.
December 24, 2015
Facing doom and desperate for rescue, God sent the only One who could save us, His Son. Planned before all time and driven by love, God the Son humbly set aside His place of glorious splendor and became a man. And His name is Jesus! He came in the flesh and pitched His tent among us.
November 30, 2014
Many scholars and believers regard the incarnation–God becoming a man–as the greatest miracle of them all. As we contemplate the notion of Emmanuel–God with us in the person of Jesus, it behooves us to consider how the incarnation has implications for us.
November 16, 2014
When the disciples were caught arguing about who would be the greatest in the kingdom of heaven, Jesus pulled a child into the conversation to convey that they wouldn’t see the kingdom let alone enter it unless they became like little children. In Matthew 18:5-6 Jesus says: “Whoever receives one such child in My name receives Me…”
September 15, 2013
In the first eleven chapters of Romans, Paul gives us the great doctrines of our faith, particularly the Gospel. Chapter twelve signals a shift by Paul who now begins to focus on how God’s people can apply and embody these great truths. A Romans Twelve-Like Church is the kind of church we all want to be a part of…