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Cultivating a Heart of True Worship

May 6, 2024 | by: Scott Denny | 0 comments

It’s on those days - it’s in those moments - where we have forgotten our first love. In those moments return to Calvary and meditate and reflect upon the multifaceted, glorious gift of your salvation, and it is there that your heart will be cultivated to worship and adore your Creator.... Keep Reading

Why the Ascension of Christ Matters

April 6, 2024 | by: Michael Sanelli | 0 comments

The ascension was a key aspect of Christ’s ministry in that his return to the Father put him in the position to minister to all his people by the power of the Spirit. Apart from the ascension, Christ would not have been our Prophet, Priest, and King in the ways we’ve just described. The ascension is the hinge between the ages, announcing the exalted Christ as Lord in heaven forever ministering to his people.... Keep Reading

Don’t miss that last point – He invigorates our believing activity. We must believe and reckon truths about the gospel that compel us to think rightly about our lives, our wants, our desires, our circumstances in light of the gospel, so that we might respond rightly in light of that same gospel. We therefore must continually renew our minds with what is right and true about all that we possess in the gospel. We must also continually be renewing our minds about specific truths of the gospel that help us moment by moment reject lust, covetousness, fear, worry, anger, etc. as we seek to put on purity, contentment, joy, peace and patience, etc. ... Keep Reading

The doctrine of Union with Christ is profound and far-reaching and reflecting upon its meaning and implications is essential and very fortifying for the believer. However, there remains one temptation I do not want to overlook. Often, when meditating upon this doctrine, I find it very easy to find myself focusing on the benefits of this union with Christ rather than upon Christ himself. This difference can be a very subtle, but it really is putting the cart before the horse. As the saying goes, this is “focusing on the gifts rather than the giver.”... Keep Reading

How to Read the New Testament in 8 Weeks

January 4, 2024 | by: Pedro Cheung | 0 comments

Start the first 30 minutes of your day reading and meditating on the Bible. Treat this like you would with your morning coffee or your breakfast. Take 15-20 minutes to read the Bible passage. Take another 10-15 minutes to meditate and pray on what you have read. Read your Bible every day. Start today. You will not regret it. ... Keep Reading

Waiting in Hope

December 2, 2023 | by: Scott Denny | 0 comments

Waiting is hard, but God is faithful to provide for us a way to have rest in the waiting - we simply need to trust Him. Waiting is hard, but better to wait restfully in the arms of our Savior than clutching restlessly for answers to questions that are ‘too great and too marvelous" to understand. May we all in our waiting find rest as we “hope in the Lord for this time forth and forever more”... Keep Reading

Let Thanksgiving Triumph over Complaints!

November 1, 2023 | by: Raymundo Estenoz | 0 comments

Beloved family, we have two paths to constantly choose through the difficulties we encounter in this fallen world. Thanksgiving or complaints. What will you choose? Let us always overcome complaints with thanksgiving, remembering what the word of God tells us: “Therefore let us be grateful for receiving a kingdom that cannot be shaken, and thus let us offer to God acceptable worship, with reverence and awe…” Hebrews 12:28. May the grace of our God be upon your life!... Keep Reading

Living on Purpose

October 1, 2023 | by: Matt Hauck | 0 comments

Brothers and sisters, let us feel a sense of urgency. We mustn’t meander through life. We need to mature and grow in our walk with Jesus, to bear the fruits of the Spirit, to apply the means of grace. People need to hear and believe this gospel and know this Christ; be they spouse, kids, family, friends, coworkers, neighbors, some foreign people in a far-off land.... Keep Reading

Comfort in the Darkness of Tragic Death

September 1, 2023 | by: Michael Sanelli | 0 comments

Death, our last enemy, is not only to be annulled in our resurrection, but death itself will one day be destroyed (1 Corinthians 15:26). In the judgement before the great white throne (Revelation 20:11), Death and Hades will give up all who had died to be judged (v. 13), and then Death itself will be thrown into the lake of fire (v. 14). It will be declared from the throne, “Behold, the dwelling place of God is with man. He will dwell with them, and they will be his people, and God himself will be with them as their God.... Keep Reading

Behold the Work of God

August 3, 2023 | by: Luke Shelnutt | 0 comments

Will you tell others of the wonderous work that Jesus has done in your life? Will you behold the work of God and respond in joyful worship? Will you give thanks for all He has done for you? May His grace be as precious to you as it was when you first believed.... Keep Reading