The opening chapter of the Old Testament establishes a framework for understanding all of Scripture.
God saves us eternally through our faith in the One who died for us and lives forever.
Our hearts can then stay in their rightful place, as stewards of his eternal life, those entrusted with the most precious gift.
Remember, pastor, God requires clarity, not cleverness; doctrinal fidelity, not rhetorical flourish.
Submitting to His story rather than trying to commandeer our own is the best way to find joy and true freedom.
The church would look more like heaven if those with intellectual disabilities were fully integrated in the life and ministry of the church.
This week’s links include resources on imposter syndrome, quarreling, nostalgia, pride, and grieving false teachers.
To reach the sub-cultures of the military requires time spent in relationships with others, with Christ, and time in the Word.
The true believer is constituted differently and is therefore hungry for holiness.
The person who is rejoicing and delighting in God’s way is planted right by the very nourishment that they need which means that this person will never run dry.