God is good at using the most unlikely resources to get the most out of us.
In Jesus, the Shepherd-King, God executes deserved justice and underserved grace, making peace with God on our behalf, and empowering us by His Spirit, to walk humbly in His just and merciful ways.
God will finish what He started, judging and defeating sin, keeping His covenant promise, and ruling and reigning with His people forever.
God, in his covenant nature, responds to sin justly, and lovingly, by suffering at the hands of those he came to save.
In these uncertain and volatile times, true stablity is only found in becoming a new man in Christ.
Our worldly pursuits and accomplishments amount to nothing– apart from the love of God.
God invites his children to maturity by reproducing what He has put in us, into others.
When we stand with our brothers in times of trouble and despair, we truly reflect the heart of Jesus and reject satan's attempt to separate and isolate us.
It’s our responsibility to actively pay attention to our selfish desires which provoke us to break our covenant with our one true Savior Jesus.
Even when the unthinkable occurs, Jesus himself is our present refuge and future victory.
As we grow in grace, navigating life’s challenges and opportunities, true gospel change only happens from the inside out.
God calls women as equal participants in his program to make all things new.
By dying, the God-Man proved his humanity. And by resurrecting, He not only proved His divinity but made possible every other resurrection.
At the crux of human history, the God Man suffers the worst injustice that creation has ever known, to demonstrate the greatest love the world has ever known.
Unconfessed sin in the heart of the Christian invite in satan, who is constantly looking for an opportunity for the God-Man to be betrayed.
The world as we know it is out of wack. The God-Man came to reveal the kingdom, setting in motion the original intent of the Father, starting within the hearts of people.
The God-Man came to love the father and show the love of the father by preaching, teaching and demonstrating the kingdom, and healing the sick and oppressed.
When we understand our brokenness, and cast ourselves upon the mercy of Jesus, the result is forgiveness of sin, love, and eternal peace.
That the Word would become flesh and sleep among us not only demonstrates how he embraced the limits of his humanity, but how he was willing to deny himself of it, at the right time, to gain something greater.
The God-Man didn’t come to bring a period of political or social peace where everyone gets along– he came to bring inner peace by way of a radical disturbance to the ways of this world.