The Costly Promise of Christmas
The costly Promise of Christmas began in a young virgin’s womb. The Light of the Promise shone in the darkness and blessed those who followed the Light. The Promise healed the sick, touched the untouchables, taught the masses, fed the hungry, raised the dead, commanded nature, and blessed the little children.
God’s Promise … Jesus, Our Messiah
In the very beginning, God had a plan for you and me. He knew we would sin, but He would send His Son into the world to pay the price for our sin—to redeem or purchase us. God’s promise … Jesus, our Messiah. God’s promise was and is Jesus. From the beginning of time to…
From Confession to Forgiveness to Restoration in Marriage
Confession is good for our souls and our relationship with God. It renews our right standing before God. If marriage is a picture of our relationship with God, could confession be an important characteristic of marriage? Confession leads to forgiveness and restoration in marriage.
Joy Beyond the Cross
But for the joy set before Him, Jesus endured the cross for you and me. But for the joy of being one with you and me, Jesus endured the shame, the sin, the moment of God’s wrath, the death, the burial. Resurrection is coming! Three days later. Death conquered!