When we are able to see God’s words as if for the first time, there is a freshness to them, and a refreshing by them, that we can experience. Continue reading The Beautiful Lightness of God’s Commands
I was reading through 1 John this morning and a few verses caught my attention in a way they never had before. They are found in chapter 5, verses 9-11. Let’s look at them before I elaborate. 9 If we accept human testimony, God’s testimony is greater, because it is God’s testimony that he has given about his Son. 10 The one who believes in … Continue reading God’s Testimony about His Son
There’s a concept in the faith tradition in which I serve called the “second half of the Gospel.” Now, I had not heard of anything like this until I started learning more about John Wesley, so I assume there are still others who have never heard this term nor understand how applicable it is to our day. Basically what it refers to is that conversion … Continue reading Christian Insecurity: How we undersell the full will of God for our lives.
He is Risen! Continue reading Resurrection Sunday 2018
Confusion is the natural result of suffering a severe emotional injury. Continue reading Holy Week 2018 | Saturday of Holy Week: Confusion
The only reason we can call it “good” is because something good happened for us. Continue reading Holy Week 2018 | Good Friday: It’s Friday
Over the years I have grown to love and cherish coming to the Lord’s Table. It is a wonderful time because it allows all who have believed in Jesus to remember and be reminded of the Gospel. Continue reading Holy Week 2018 | Maundy Thursday: The Lord’s Supper
The Gospel is the most wonderful message every conceived. It exposes the human problem and at the same time reveals the divine solution. There is no more wonderful message. Continue reading Holy Week 2018 | Wednesday of Holy Week: The Gospel