On each of the Sundays of Lent, we have been looking at God’s grace. Trying to better understand this precious gift that God has bestowed upon us. Today we transition to the beginning of Holy Week. In this, the final week of Jesus’s earthly sojourn, we prepare to remember and experience the fullness of the Gospel’s promise for eternal life. The Sunday before Easter is … Continue reading Lent 2022 | 6th Sunday in Lent: Entrance
Often times comes when life is lost. It is only when contrasted against death that the precious nature of life becomes easier to see. Continue reading Lent 2022 | Day 34: Life
One of the most challenging exchanges Jesus had was with one of the religious leaders of the Jewish people. The story is found in John chapter 3. A Pharisee by the name of Nicodemus came to Jesus because he had questions about what Jesus was teaching. As a learned man, Nicodemus was well-versed in much of the philosophical and theological knowledge of his day. But … Continue reading Lent 2022 | Day 32: Rebirth
Today we celebrate the magnitude of God’s grace. On these Sundays in Lent, we have been exploring the grace of God. We have been trying to look at various aspects of God’s grace. In the process, my hope has been to give us a greater appreciation of what God has given to us as a gift. One of the challenges that I have when trying … Continue reading Lent 2022 | 4th Sunday in Lent: Celebrate!
Lyrics ChorusPraise the King who bore my sinTook my place when I stood condemnedOh how good You’ve always been to meI will sing of Your mercy Continue reading “Jesus, Your Mercy” – Sovereign Grace Music
I think many times in the church, we spend a lot of time telling people that they need to be saved. But we always frame it in the context of being saved from something. I think there is something not completely consistent underlying this approach. It tends to be easier to cause people to fear, to get them to behave in ways that we may believe … Continue reading Lent 2020 | Day 10: “Saved”