Great Faith and Great Obedience

Great Faith and Great Obedience

It is hard not to be inspired by Spuregon’s sermons. In seminary, he was the prime example of preaching great sermons from the wrong texts. That meant that he did less exegesis than synthesis, and since Charles Spurgeon was one of the worlds most avid readers...
Prayer: power or privilege

Prayer: power or privilege

God’s will is something we can know exists – but not something we can peer into (Unless God reveals… Deut 29:29). Prayer is our communication with God and it must include our desires weather good or bad, right or wrong. God does not hope that we will...
The Importance of Full Restoration

The Importance of Full Restoration

A flawed restoration. In the story of David’s life we often see him as great Christian example, a wonderful type of Christ. However, there are also times when the great King of Israel is a dismal example, and anti-Christ. When David sinned with Bathsheba his...
God Glorifying Anger

God Glorifying Anger

Is there anything in our lives that causes us to be angry? As Christians, imaging Christ who overturned tables and rebuked scribes, there should be. Anger is a signal, like pain is a signal, that something is wrong. There are times when expressed anger is a cry for...
Setting Our Minds

Setting Our Minds

Set you mind on things that are above, not on things that are on earth. – Colossians 3:2 Where do we go to find happiness and peace in our daily lives? More to the point, why do we all too often seek the treasures of this fallen world over the everlasting joys...
Christian Hope

Christian Hope

According to Hebrews 11:1 faith and hope are linked together. They share the “conviction of things not seen”. This has caused many Christians to assume that hope for the Christian is an unrealized desire. A thing that we wish for, but do not yet possess....