God's grace is greater than all our sin. Amen. Learn more about grace in today's post.
Discouragement happens to everyone. Even the most mature of Bible saints faced things that took the wind out of their sails and caused their faith to falter.
You wouldn’t dream of going out of the house without close, but too often we aren’t as serious or purposeful about suiting up for the spiritual battles we face each day. And believe me, we will face them, ready or not – dressed to fight or not.
In the continuing series of messages from the book of Luke, we’ve reached the temptation of our Savior by the tempter. This encounter holds the key to overcoming temptations and successfully passing tests in our own lives. The key? Knowing and using God’s Word.
I don’t know about you, but I come up with questions all the time. When I watch the news, I have questions. As I watch people interaction, I have questions. And even when I’m reading my Bible, I have questions. But the right type of questions are a good thing. They challenge us to dig …
Over the past year, many people have suffered isolation thanks to the “stay home, stay safe” initiatives around the county (and world). When no one calls or stops by, it’s easy to feel forgotten.
But are you forgotten by God? Not likely. How could the omniscient Creator of every cell in your body forget about you?
Last week, this blog space addressed the issue of walking away from divisiveness. The top reason for that assertion is that believers are ambassadors of the Kingdom of Heaven with a priority mission.
scripture’s position on the issue. Especially since – not coincidentally- my daily reading included Acts chapter fifteen.
If you’re saved, you should know it (thinking of the campfire song here), but so should everyone else. In a recent sermon at New Hope, it became clear John the Baptist gave direction on the method. One thing I love about scripture is that every passage might strike a different chord in the hearts and …
As I considered Luke writing two incredible letters to his friend Theophilus, I began reflecting on my own writing. The word “inspiration” gets tossed around by writers all the time. But when we’re thinking about God’s Word being inspired, it’s obvious that sort of inspiration doesn’t exist today. God’s word is inspired, as it tells …