April 15, 2018
Our sin was imputed to Christ who took it to the cross and His disease-free righteousness is imputed to us by faith. He saves us from sin and death and makes us forever well. Either by His wounds you are healed or you are not healed at all.
April 8, 2018
John chapter 21 tells the story of Jesus meeting up with His disciples on the shores of their favorite lake. It follows a night where these former fishermen worked all night but caught nothing. Then just as the sun was about to rise, a stranger on the beach shouts to them to cast their nets on the opposite side of the boat…
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.
September 10, 2017
Between being born spiritually blind and given full sight, we see through a mirror dimly, through a glass darkly. We “see men like trees walking.” Once we come to Christ, spiritual blindness should give way to ever improving vision…
August 27, 2017
Some believe the days of miracles have past. Even those who still pray earnestly often do so with low expectations. Maybe it’s time for this to change. So what are you earnestly praying for?
February 26, 2017
King Hezekiah and all Jerusalem were facing extermination at the hands of the Assyrian Army. They were surrounded. What would Hezekiah do? He cried out to God! The Lord heard and dispatched an angel…
November 13, 2016
God has a reputation for taking small things and doing enormously big things with them. Examples include David with a small smooth stone and sling, and an unknown boy’s five small loaves and two fish; a little mudpie eyepatch made from dirt and spit.
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.
August 21, 2016
Psalm 146:8 says: “The Lord opens the eyes of the blind. Every former blind man’s story is unique. Has Jesus given you eyes to see Who He is? Or do you kind of see Him with blurred vision?
July 10, 2016
Brother Gene Tope shares some experiences that he and his wife Karleen had during their many ministry trips to Ghana, Africa.