So…how do we, as followers of Jesus, react to this chaos? Is there any reason we should NOT fear? Or should be like everyone else? Thankfully, God offers us the antidote to fear.
Now, that we are almost one month deep into 2020, I wanted to remind us of 20 blood-bought promises that will be true for you all year long (and ever year after).
God’s justice is not one of the most popular attributes of God. In fact, just the mention of God’s justice seems to rub people the wrong way. Our culture tends to view God like a buffet line.
Last week we began discussing what is the defining question of human existence: Who is God? And what is He like? From the beginning of time, people and people groups have tried to answer this question.
The Old Testament is where we learn about the character and nature of God. Without the foundation of the Old Testament, it is impossible to fully understand who God is and what He desires from us.
This is the final post of my three-part post on the delighting in the trinity. (Read Pt. 1 and Pt. 2 here). We often fail to think of our salvation as involving all three persons of the Godhead. In reality, each person of the trinity is actively involved in our redemption. In this we should rejoice.
Our identity as God’s chosen people who are exiles on this earth is defined by the work of all three persons of the Trinity. This should cause us to delight in God. Our salvation, from start to finish, is entirely Trinitarian.
The past three months, God has stretched me. He created a situation where the only response was to fully surrender and trust in Him.
How many of you have finished your Christmas shopping? I imagine that most of you, like myself, are not even close to finishing your shopping. I have to be honest…more often than not, I struggle with giving gifts.
Let’s play the word association game: what is the first thing that comes to your mind when I say these names?