This message offers a unique look at Psalm 51 from a new covenant perspective. We hope this helps you more fully celebrate all that we have on this side of the cross!
In this final installment (part 3) of “Jesus plus nothing!” I unpack powerful truths from Colossians 3 such as the following:
- Worldly identity vs. identity in Christ
- Putting on attitudes (like clothing!)
- Forgiving others who hurt you deeply
- Letting the peace of Christ rule in you
I hope this is an encouragement to you!
The sermon on the mount reveals the two messages of Jesus: burying people under the true standard of the Law. And prophesying about a new way to come. Discover more about these two messages in the final part of my series “Killer Sermon.”
Is the Sermon on the Mount a standard we can really live up to? What is the true context of Jesus’ words in Matthew 5-7?
Cut off your hand? Pluck out your eye? Be perfect? Forgive others to be forgiven by God?
Enjoy this second installment, “Killer Sermon” (Part 2) to better understand how Jesus was exposing the true spirit of the Law.
What makes the new covenant message so radical and so powerful?
Find out in this full-length teaching on our forgiveness, our freedom from the Law, and our brand new identity in Christ.
Be encouraged in God’s grace. Don’t miss this one!
In this final installment of the series, we see how God’s power is displayed in the midst of our weakness. I also discuss the one and only spiritual test that really matters.
Get a feel for Paul’s passion, sarcasm and wit in defending the Gospel against those who would warp it in this latest edition of “God of All Comfort”!
The Bible teaches us that there are two very different ways to “measure” ourselves and thus determine our value.
One way leads to comparisons, inferiority, and discouragement. The other way leads to real contentment and real joy.
In this full-length message, I address these two very different ways of seeking worth and meaning.
I hope this message is a reminder to you of your infinite value and of what is most important in life.
Is it okay for a believer to marry a unbeliever? What about having unbelieving friends? What does giving under God’s grace really look like?
These questions and more are addressed in this latest installment from my new series, “The God of All Comfort.”
I hope you’re encouraged in the truth about living under God’s grace.
What will our new resurrection bodies be like? When will we get them? How many judgments are there- one or two?
Finally, what does it mean that “God reconciled the world” but they still need to “be reconciled to God”?
In this brief look at 2 Corinthians 5, I address these important questions and much more.
Feeling overwhelmed by circumstances? Need some encouragement today?
In this message, I share how God can be our comfort and our inspiration in the midst of intense trouble and stress.
Consider taking in some truth and be encouraged!
We are a fragrant aroma of Christ to God! And we are each qualified as ministers of God’s new way of grace!
Learn why God did this for you and get encouraged in this full-length message on one of the most powerful passages in the New Testament- 2 Corinthians 3.
Where is God when it hurts? What is He thinking?
In this full-length video message, I share how we can benefit from God’s goodness in the midst of an ugly, earthly mess.
I hope this is an encouragement to you today. And consider sharing this with someone you know who is hurting right now.
Genesis tells the story of a man named Abraham who laughed at God’s promise to give him a son. Abraham even concocted a “Plan B” by having a child with his household servant, Hagar. Clearly, Abraham experienced serious doubt.
But when the New Testament recounts this story, God’s view of Abraham’s faith seems to be different. We’re told that Abraham did not waver and grew strong in his faith!
In this message, I present the radical idea that God sees you as a perfect believer. He remembers your doubt no more!
If you have ever worried about your level of faith, or your wavering and doubt, this message may serve as a strong encouragement to you.
Sometimes we just forget all that God did for us through Jesus. As a result, we fail to enjoy our relationship with the Father.
In this message, I discuss what it means to enjoy God and what exactly we need to remember in order to do so.
In this latest edition of “ReThink!”, I address the misleading idea that we believers have a “sinful nature.” Also, I offer a Scriptural definition of “the flesh” and even discuss “revival.”
I think you’ll find this latest edition of “ReThink!” to be insightful and helpful in gaining a new perspective on everyday living.
Do we believers need to “come to the end of ourselves” in order to “be broken” and “surrender” to God”?
Find out the surprising and liberating truth in this latest edition of “ReThink!”
What value does the Old Testament have in light of grace? Isn’t “balancing” God’s grace a good thing? What does “fall from grace” mean? What’s going on with Paul when he does what he doesn’t want to do? Aren’t there still spiritual and natural consequences for sin?
Is the whole world forgiven? Who are the “elect”? Is the Law written on the believer’s heart? Are health and wealth a promise to us in the finished work of Christ?
These questions and much more are addressed in this latest installment of “ReThink!”
In this fast-paced, popcorn-style message, I address some common misconceptions about God’s grace and our new identity in Christ. Enjoy!
Emotions are up-and-down and all around, and circumstances come and go. But the truth of the Gospel is a constant.
In this full-length message on 2 John, I discuss the importance of knowing and walking in truth.
Along the way, you’ll discover some intriguing ideas about an inborn love that God has given you!
I hope this message strengthens and encourages you in your trust of Jesus.
In this informal conversation, I share from the heart some thoughts on the new covenant, the message of total forgiveness, living life under God’s grace, and being in union with Jesus.
I hope this is an encouragement to you as you celebrate the fullness of God’s grace and share this message with those around you.
Every believer benefits from the testimony of three witnesses, and we can have full confidence that Jesus has given us new life.
Find out what these three witnesses are and why we can have such confidence in this brand new message on 1 John 5.