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You’ll never regret being kind today.
You came to Christ because someone prayed for you. It might have been a godly mother or father or a friend who witnessed to you or a pastor or a Sunday School teacher or a youth pastor or a deacon or a missionary or a fellow student or a coworker. Don’t think you came to […]
We have just released a new podcast called Good News for Unfinished People. Do you feel “unfinished” today? If so, you might like this message because we all could use a good dose of encouragement! Click here to sign up for the free email sermons.
The gospel is the central message of the Bible. Therefore, we must know it. The gospel is God’s plan of salvation. Therefore, we must believe it. The gospel is meant for everyone. Therefore, we must preach it.
God has given the church an utterly unique message. We say to everyone who will listen, “Go to the cross, and the cross will lead you home.” May we never be ashamed of the cross of Christ but preach it boldly as the only hope of the world.
We have just released our brand-new Advent devotional called Christmas Promises. The ebook contains 25 daily devotions covering December 1-25. Each devotion ends with a prayer for the day plus a link to a YouTube video of a Christmas carol. The ebook is available for FREE from Amazon for five days only–November 28-December 2. Before and after those days, the […]
“Jesus, Jesus, how I trust Him! How I’ve proved Him o’er and o’er Jesus, Jesus, precious Jesus! Oh, for grace to trust Him more!”
“Be sure your sin will find you out.” This is a severe mercy from the Lord. Until your sin is uncovered, you will live in fear and shame. But once you face the truth, you discover the healing grace of God, and then you can be set free.
Check out this Thursday Night Chat: Advent in Two Weeks. We talk about Erwin Lutzer’s Emmy, the cold weather, Leroy’s letter, and the debut of “Christmas Promises,” our brand-new Advent ebook. Click here to sign up for the free email sermons.
The believer who arms himself with the Word of God will never lack for a weapon in the battle. It answers all our doubts and all our discouragement. This is all we have and this is all we need. The church marches triumphantly when it relies upon God’s Word.
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