June 28, 2020
“For you know that God paid a ransom to save you from the empty life you inherited from your ancestors. And it was not paid with mere gold or silver, which lose their value. It was the precious blood of Christ, the sinless, spotless Lamb of God.”
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?
September 8, 2019
“No, I tell you; but unless you repent, you will all likewise perish.” (Luke 13:3,5) Jesus implies that calamities should make us all take personal inventory of our hearts regarding where we stand with God.
July 21, 2019
Sinners did not welcome Jesus because He became “one of them.” They welcomed Him as a Great Physician who had a cure for their disease of sin; He was THE Remedy. Without approving of their sin, He met them with mercy and acceptance.
February 17, 2019
If God has proclaimed and sovereignly ordained His words to be published, ignoring them would be utterly foolish and eternally fatal. Don’t be foolish. Be a hearer and a doer, i.e. listen and obey…
July 22, 2018
Jesus said, “I am the door,” and Paul walked Agrippa to that Door, put his hand on the knob, but he would not turn it and cross the threshold. Please don’t let that be you!
July 15, 2018
Every coming to Christ story is different. They come to Him a thousand different ways. But they all come as dead ones, born to life anew in Jesus Christ by the power of the Holy Spirit. What is vitally important is that you come…
May 20, 2018
The most frequently repeated prayer in the Bible was “Lord have mercy.” In every case, God/Jesus answered the prayer, granting mercy to the repentant sinner. But, this prayer is not a magic formula…
January 21, 2018
Jesus, as our Advocate, is One who stands before God representing us like a defense attorney. He defends our case before God Almighty, even as the Accuser of the Brethren (Satan) points to our sin. The Accuser says, “You are guilty!” Jesus says, “Not guilty!”
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.