The Lord calls us and empowers us to love others like he does. Open our hearts and homes to others (Matthew 5:43-47; Romans 12:13; Hebrews 13:2; 1 Peter 4:9).
We often feel distraught when justice is denied, especially when we are the ones being shorted (Eccl. 3:16-4:3, 12:14; 1 Peter 2:23).
The scriptures provide an objective anchor and stability; they remain forever (1 Pet. 1:24-25, Mk. 13:31).
The devil is apprehended and placed in "prison" for a thousand years freeing truth to fill the earth.
Denying the reality of judgment is delusional; judgment is coming and only Christ can save us out of it.
A tale of developing ministry: the true story of Mark; God calls, Mark isn't ready, Mark grows, and finally Mark is useful.
It matters to God and to everyone else how you live.
In daily interactions with people, demonstrations of a life changed by Jesus is just as important as the words we use; it is a both/and system.
The heart of a servant gains lasting satisfaction and success through a heart that is clothed in humility towards others and towards God.