June 6, 2021
Propitiation is a potent word which means a sacrifice of atonement for our sins. It’s the total extinguishing of God’s fiery wrath against our sinful selves, achieved by our Holy God through the sacrifice of His Son who absorbed the wrath we deserved.
April 18, 2021
This is the Messiah, the Righteous One, the One who bore our sin, died in our place, rose from the dead, ascended on high, sent His Holy Spirit to dwell within us, Him who rules & reigns from that very throne, prays for us unworthy ones, and has promised to return to raise the dead and consummate His Kingdom.
April 11, 2021
With Jesus’ words there is an implicit summons, a call to action, and that exhortation is, no longer conceal where you stand with your Divine Rescuer. Come out of the shadows and acknowledge Jesus Christ as your Savior and Lord!
April 4, 2021
Jesus atoned for our sins by His shed blood on the cross and His resurrection affirms that His sacrifice on the cross, satisfied God’s holy and righteous judgment against our sin.
March 14, 2021
Of course faith determines our deeds, both good and bad, and judgment will occur accordingly. There’s a reason the return of Jesus is often described as the Great and Terrible Day. It’ll be both, depending on where you stand…
March 7, 2021
Jesus took on our sins and God unleashed His wrath upon His only Son who died in our place. His atoning sacrifice brings us life, even life forevermore.
February 7, 2021
We aren’t saved by grace without works and then transformed into His likeness by works without grace. The grace that saved us is the grace that sustains us. We are saved and sanctified–both–by the grace of God.
November 15, 2020
Where do bitter roots come from? A person gets hurt or offended or slighted. It may’ve been deliberate or unintentional. It may’ve been an offense that was perceived but not actual.
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!
October 25, 2020
But one rarely discussed aspect of the pain Christ bore was the intense shame He felt; the writer of Hebrews noted that while on the cross Jesus was “despising the shame.” What is the meaning of this unusual statement?