If I fail to behold the glory of the dawn, how much more have do I fail to behold the glory of the Son?
The wicked are "living the dream."
We need a category for revival in all of our churches. Without it, we may miss out on the great blessing that God offers. Without it, we may spend our lives toiling for the wrong things, and we may shortchange the future generations.
Approval flows from heaven and floods this earth in Christ. Let’s advance the tide in our day.
To read the Bible is a risky thing. We cannot read it, put it down, and claim ignorance.
When God gets involved, it doesn’t mean everything will be safe. It just means everything will matter.
The person who is always partying knows not the reality of this broken world.
When we don’t feel productive, the work we should look to and be comforted by is the work done by Jesus.
The best news of all is that Christ fighting for us. In fact, he already fought for us. And he won.
It’s not that God doesn’t want good things for us; he certainly does. But what God defines as good is himself. Everything else just gets in the way.
The work of the Lord through his church has never looked like a well-oiled machine.
What do you do when life feels like this? When weakness is the air you breathe?
Life defines the Christian experience.
What if we all opened our heart to the kindness of Jesus Christ? Maybe he could transform your city into a modern-day Geneva.
We need the Holy Spirit to awaken us to God and to real freedom—the freedom found in God himself.
David’s sin didn’t start with Bathsheba in his bed; it started with Bathsheba in his mind.
Christ upholds all things such that not one molecule fails to do it’s appointed task. Not one ant goes off course. Not one leaf withers and falls out of place. He upholds all things well.
Jesus doesn’t lord his inheritance over you. He serves you with it, giving you a portion along with him.
What God has filled up in the gospel, let no man empty with the law.
Believe this and you will have the key to what upholds the universe.
Four things we enjoy as receipients of God's grace to us through Christ.
Humility comes between Pride and Vanity and breaks the bond between the two.
We need strong words from one another because the glory of Jesus is too wonderful to miss out on.
You are not at your workplace by accident but by divine providence.
He came to serve, but he is not a butler; He’s the Lord God Almighty who is in the heavens and does whatever he pleases.
Your sin can’t kick you out of God’s love because your righteousness never put you in it.
A fictitious first-person narrative imagining what it was like for the disciples on the road to Emmaus.
Whatever else we do as Christian leaders must stem from seeing Jesus first.
If Christ hasn’t experienced the bitter taste of sin, how does he know the sweetness he must apply?
I can’t reroute my kids' sins to me. I can’t undo the pain they’ve already felt. I can’t remove the stain with which they were born. But Jesus can.
For many, “joy” and “reading plan” don’t jive. How many of us have set out January 1 with Genesis 1 only to fail somewhere around Leviticus 10?
Trust that your pastor is following Jesus closely enough that you can trust him.
Is there a certain test - designed by you, administered by you, and graded by you - that one must pass to be included in God’s kingdom?
The culture that we allow our doctrine to create is the real test of what we believe the doctrine to be.
All Christians want to stay close to Jesus. But to try to do that on your own is to set out to fail.
Only a fool would leave God’s house to build a shack to impress him.
When you're staring at the end of the rope with the threads so frayed that you can't believe a rope once existed . . .
Living a Christian life means putting to death the right to live life on your own terms.
Learning about God isn't easy on our own; it works best inside the community of faith.