Whether past mistakes or present sins, we often feel stuck. With the coming of Christ however, a true redemption has come, that releases us from bondage and delivers us into true freedom.
Cheerfully submit to King Jesus
Cheerfully submit to King Jesus because he is the wise king who knows better and the eternal king that secures you forever.
Good leaders are a bless to those they lead, but in this passage we see Jesus is not only a good leader, He’s a good King.
Getting Your Hopes Up
Impatience is to blame for much of our stress and anger, but we can be patient to the degree we get our hopes up about the future. How can we do it? Get your hopes up for God’s promise.
Take God at His Word
Take God at His word despite his delays by serving God during the delay, praying to God during the delay, and rejoicing in God during the fulfillment.
The Reality of Hell Motivates Mission
This week we explore the second motivation at the heart of our mission to advance the gospel: the reality of Hell.
Why Mission? Hell is Real.
We engage in mission first and foremost for the glory of God, but love for our neighbor will also drive us to mission, because hell is real.
Good News: Christ was Raised
As we continue to look at the thing of first importance to Christianity, we move to the second part of the good news: Christ was raised. Since this is news, the question isn’t whether it works for you or not, but rather: Is it true?
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing!
Sing glory to Jesus!
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
In the Advent season, we not only wait, we sing, as Charles Wesley invites us to do in “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing.” Why? Because Jesus is King, Savior, and Prince of Peace.