The Love Of The Son God the Father loved us uniquely by initiating His plan to satisfy his perfect justice by offering Himself as a perfect sacrifice. It is because God first loved us, while we were still enemies, that the Father sent the Son (John 3:16) . God the Spirit loves us uniquely by dwelling with us […]
There are two common reasons people take lightly, or fail to recognize the glory of what Jesus did for us on the cross. They do not comprehend just how holy God is on one hand, or just how sinful we are on the other. If God is not really holy and we are not really sinful, then Jesus did […]
Even when we do not understand in every instance why God chooses to heal or delay healing, we are confident that God is not wasting our illness or wasting our brokenness, He is in fact redeeming it. How do we walk with God and join Him in the redemption of our suffering?
Everyone needs healing. Illness, depression, anger, loneliness, anxiety, addiction, pride, greed, unforgiveness, sin. Our need for healing is deeply personal and, properly, an important part of our relationship with God. How are we as Christians meant to understand God’s healing, and then live in a world (and bodies) so much in need of it?
Just because it seems like the credits are rolling at the end of Colossians’ last chapter, don’t think there isn’t anything to learn from these final few verses. There is a message of faithfulness, redemption, family, encouragement, support, and blessing that pours from Paul’s pen. Inspired by the Holy Spirit, Paul in his final greetings gives us a […]
God has in store for you a rich life. A life the Apostle Paul says is surrounded by a church family full of compassion, kindness, humility, love, peace and unity – a family that will to teach, instruct, encourage, and build you up. But at the center of that new life one key quality that makes […]
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