Sermons categorized under Compassion
You can be wrong about many things and still go to heaven.
But you can’t be wrong about Jesus and go to heaven.
If we will face the truth about ourselves, we can be set free.
You can’t erase a guilty conscience.
The real question is not, "Who is my neighbor?” but rather "Whose neighbor will I be to those I meet today?”
Jesus is on the side of those who love little children.
I am writing these words the day after Thanksgiving. Yesterday Marlene and I traveled to Oxford, Mississippi to spend time with my brother Andy, his wife Betty, and their daughter Megan. My brother Alan and his wife Donna brought a fried turkey. Marlene had prepared several dishes for the grand celebration. We spent time eating, […]
Where do religious liberals come from? Several years ago Gregory Wills discussed this question in an article called What Lessons Can We Learn from the History of Liberalism? We make a mistake when we assume that liberalism starts outside the church, as if it were a kind of alien invasion. Liberalism arises as a kind […]
No one knows what a day may bring. Who knows if we will all make it through this week? But our God is faithful to keep every one of his promises.
There are many things we don’t know. But this we do know: God is at work, and he has not forgotten us.
If you feel the heavy weight of God hammering down on you, rest assured that nothing is being wasted. In the end, God will be glorified, and you will be more beautiful than you ever dreamed possible.