Concerning Philippians 4:19, James Montgomery Boice comments… “We come now to what is perhaps the greatest promise in the entire Bible. And it is great because it includes all of the other promises in itself.” The wonderful promise of Philippians 4:19 is this: “And my God will supply every need of yours according to his riches in glory […]
Scripture memorization does not come easy for most of us. But don’t be too quick to blame it on a poor memory. Scripture memorization is spiritual warfare.
We have the joyful burden of weekly preparation. To keep your head about water and become effective you have to learn to hack the process.
What steps should a preacher take to preacher a sound, clear, and helpful sermon?
Biblical preaching seeks to explain the meaning of a passage of scripture and exhort the hearer to respond to the truth. Faithful preaching is truth-driven. The goal of the preacher’s exegetical study should be to find to truth of the text. The passage may mention anxiety, prayer, thanksgiving, peace, and even refer to the Lord […]
Untangle your thoughts by writing them out. Strive for clarity. Know where you are going.
The divine inspiration of scripture is the unavoidable mandate for expository preaching.
This is an essential qualification for admission into God’s school: you must recognize you have a lot to learn.
Wisdom is knowing when to speak and when to hold your peace, when to move and when to keep still.
Racism refuses to acknowledge the equality and dignity or your neighbor, much less love them as you love yourself.