Our words carry weight. May this weight be the weight of glory. In an age where talk is cheap, let’s consider the cost of what we say.
The grace of God meets my identity crisis and reminds me that I am approved by God in Christ, and the approval of man I can never earn.
God is not calling perfect people to be His ambassadors in this world.
Every taking-up-our-cross loss that we endure is worth it. For Christ and for us in him, weakness, suffering, and loss are not the end of the story.
If Christ is to be followed, He must be well-known, to the point that the disciple can discern His voice, predict His next move, and go His direction at all times.
We don’t begin by the Spirit and continue by the flesh (Gal. 3:3). We are not followers of Christ-and-something-else-ianity.
Willie Nelson may be America’s most famous marijuana user. In a recent interview in Rolling Stone, he said: “It’s nice to watch [marijuana] being accepted — knowing you were right all the time about it: that it was not a killer drug. It’s a medicine.” Nelson’s description of marijuana as “medicine” reflects wider confusion in […]
Pastor, remain anchored to the text, prepare the meal, and dedicate yourself to feeding Jesus’ sheep with the Word of God for their good, and for his glory.
When listening to claims about medical marijuana, remember Proverbs 14:15, “The naïve believes everything, but the sensible man considers his steps.”
When we engage in what the Bible calls foolishness—choosing sin over obedience—we engage in a practical kind of atheism.