Whether it’s a Jew offering animal sacrifices long ago, a Catholic going to a confession booth, or a Protestant offering up direct confessions to God, there is simply no such thing as getting forgiven daily. Here’s why not!
Only the High Priest of Israel could enter the Holy of Holies once each year. The average person had no access at all. But God has transformed you into a Holy of Holies, and you get perfect and permanent access to Him all day long. Find out more about what it means to be God’s […]
The security of your salvation is determined by the length of Jesus’ life. You live because He lives. He is your life. Watch this to dive deeper into this profound truth!
You get to benefit from a covenant that you didn’t start and you don’t sustain. Learn why in this short clip!
Jesus really gets you – not because He has failed, but because He has been tempted in every way just like you. But it’s even better – Jesus also overcame temptation. Therefore, He knows what you need to overcome temptation too.
There are so many flavors of Christianity out there. Some have you working really hard to impress God. Others have you wallowing in fear. So, what does the real thing actually look like? In this clip, I give the litmus test for a true, healthy Christianity.
You’re not prone to wander. You’re prone to righteousness! In this short video, you’ll see how popular religious jargon has misled us about the true nature of our new hearts. Realizing that you’ll never stop loving Jesus (Ephesians 6:24) is a game-changer!
Sometimes, we’re asking the wrong question. Many of us find ourselves asking if we’ve ruined our relationship with God, if we’re all washed up, if we’ve sinned one too many times. Maybe we should be asking, “How forgiven am I? How righteous am I? How safe am I? Is the Gospel really this powerful, even […]
If you’ve ever wondered what God feels about you, look no further than Jesus. We’re called to experience the heart of the Father through the finished work of His Son!
“I wish I knew God like they do!” Ever caught yourself thinking that? Here’s a surprising take on your knowledge of God. Maybe you’re better off than you think!
We often hang on to what’s familiar, thinking a compromise between old and new is the best of both worlds. But the New Covenant is an invitation to leave the past behind and enjoy the freedom of God’s grace!
Imagine you’re inhabited by the spirit of Michael Phelps and then invited to swim in an Olympic competition. Find out how this relates to your life in Christ today!
A lot happened to you at salvation! Because you were placed in Christ, you were included in His death and resurrection. Now, you don’t need to “die to self” because you’re the new self. So, instead, learn who you are and be yourself!
John 6:39 reveals that you are a gift from God to Jesus. That’s right, a gift. It goes on to say that Jesus will never lose you. A good father never revokes a gift he has given. Likewise, Jesus will never lose us because we were given to Him by the Father. Jesus is an […]
At salvation, you’re forgiven, redeemed, and reconciled to God. The New Testament letters describe this reality in past tense. So just as we don’t need to pray daily for redemption, we don’t need to pray daily for forgiveness. Redemption and forgiveness are a package deal!
We often hear that closeness to God is progressive, a slow journey from a place of distance to a place of intimacy through the formula of religious activities. But is that really the Gospel message, or do you already have the free gift of closeness with God?
We might think God’s discipline is punishment for sins, but believers are forgiven and free from condemnation. God’s discipline is not about keeping score but rather His deep concern and desire for you to experience His best!
Religion tells us that God will like us more when we do more for Him. But believers in Christ can stop worrying about performing. God has made you perfect and loves you exactly as you are. And what you once thought you had to do is replaced by what you want to do!
When you’re in Christ, you’re totally forgiven, living under grace, and clean and close to God. There’s no more treadmill of performance or standard to meet. You get to relax, be yourself, and take a deep sigh of relief because the Gospel is an invitation to rest!
Christians can confuse walking in the truth with time spent reading the Bible. Studying the Scriptures is awesome and important, but even unbelievers can be Bible experts. The key to walking in truth is to trust the Author of the Bible who lives within you!