The wisdom of God is more than just right thinking; it’s the glories of his righteousness and the wonders of his love.
Jesus has the authority to fix everything in the deepest part of your being and no one can stop him.
Jesus knew the Bible, and he used David's words to foretell the kind of battle he came to fight and the kind of victory he came to win.
In valuing Christ we devalue all else for this object of our love, the treasure.
We have died to sin in his death and are now alive to God in his resurrection.
What if we all opened our heart to the kindness of Jesus Christ? Maybe he could transform your city into a modern-day Geneva.
There is one great sign that you are loved more than you thought.
Have you found yourself walking through seasons of great anticipation only to end up crawling through disappointment?
If you hear this, it won't be from Jesus.
There is more to Christ than what happened in a three year span, as critical as that is for man’s salvation.
All the fullness of God was pleased to dwell in a baby who couldn’t speak.
Jesus is the true and better Prophet, Priest, and King, who is able to do what those who came before could not do.
Once we were grafted in, there was not, is not, and can never be any possibility that we do anything but remain in Him.
In the greatest act of love, Jesus Christ, the eternal, pre-existing Prince of heaven, left His throne and came to earth to redeem His people from their sin so that they may live eternally with Him.
Not warm fuzzies.
Is it more comfortable to stay in a tent of doctrinal ease at basecamp or to trek up the mountain to a summit where I can experience the very person of Jesus?
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.
Our one, true King forever stands at the intersection of pure mercy and perfect justice.
Are you sick enough for the Good Doctor, Jesus? If so, rejoice! The kingdom of God is at hand, and it’s coming for you!
We couldn’t reach up on the top shelf to get God, so God places himself on the bottom shelf—right within our reach—in the person of Jesus Christ, the carpenter from Nazareth.
Jesus is the great teacher of lowliness of heart.
Jesus doesn’t lord his inheritance over you. He serves you with it, giving you a portion along with him.
Let us not think that we can inconvenience Jesus with our cares and needs.
Many things can and will make us happy.
There is no joy but in Jesus Christ.
"To go to heaven, fully to enjoy God, is infinitely better than the most pleasant accommodations here. Fathers and mothers, husbands, wives or children or the company of earthly friends are but shadows; but the enjoyment of God is the substance. These are but the scattered beams; but God is the sun. These are but the streams; but God is the fountain. These are but drops; but God is…
Tell me that God’s love doesn’t demand the willingness to lose everything and, in fact, does take quite a lot.
The barren land of human brokenness, which has only ever yielded enough fruit for us to fight over, has been trumped completely by the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ, the True Vine.
Since God became a man who lived in a particular time and place, we can be more confident that He cares about the particulars of our time.
They looked the stone over and marked it unusable, not valuable, replaceable and inadequate.
Thou who wast lifted up upon a cross
art ascended to highest heaven . . .
Whatever else we do as Christian leaders must stem from seeing Jesus first.
The life of faith is difficult. But there is a joy waiting for us beyond all comparison.
Jesus is not far-off, peering through a telescope. He is among the churches. And He is with us now.
Jesus is commanding a life of faithfulness, of loyalty, and yes, in many cases, sacrifice. But He is not unaware of what He’s asking. He understands.
Can you hear Jesus advocating for you before the throne?
He is the embodiment of love, and love never ends.
We should feel “at home” with people who share our faith but not our politics even more than we do with people who share our politics but not our faith.
If Christ hasn’t experienced the bitter taste of sin, how does he know the sweetness he must apply?
In his self-sacrifice, Jesus shows us the greatest expression of great love by laying down not only his life, but his reputation also.
God’s love for the world and desire to provide salvation is why God became man.
The healing of the deaf and the mute is just the beginning.
The only way God could speak a word of welcoming mercy to sinners like me and you is to speak a word of judgment to Christ in our place.
While we may not feel the impact of silence for generations and to one day hear the news of the Messiah being born, we do have the promise of Jesus’ presence.
The fact that “Christ came to get us out of hell” isn’t a small thing, but is a truth so wondrous we’ll proclaim it for all eternity.
Not only was Jesus qualified to take the mantle of our suffering, he was willing. This drips with love from another land.
Even amid the most heated and intense opposition, Jesus shows his heart of mercy and pleads for forgiveness.
Jesus Christ is the eternal Word that perfectly communicates and reveals God to His people.