No matter what circumstances we’re in, the Lord has abundant provisions ready for us (Matthew 1:18-25; Luke 2:1-21).
We should never get carried away and think the giving started with us or that we are out-giving God (Matthew 2:9-11).
The Scriptures command our obedience. There are at least two very good reasons for following the commands of Scripture: 1) Relational and 2) (Jeremiah 36:22-32; Matt. 28:19-20; Luke 6:46; John…
The scriptures provide an objective anchor and stability; they remain forever (1 Pet. 1:24-25, Mk. 13:31).
Jesus warns the religious audience that big changes have come and are are going to come (Matthew 9).
The majority of God's harvest (His saints) is reaped, and the reaping of the world (sinners) takes place.
We leave a legacy of artifacts behind us throughout life. When we stand before Jesus at the judgment seat will our artifacts be those that bring Him glory or those…
Jesus is the unexpected gift who meets our deepest needs: salvation from sin and a relationship with Him (Mt. 1:18-23)
Spiritual breakthroughs come through repentance related to idols.