When opposition comes, and it will, simply move on to another field of labor. There will be those to help wherever you go. You just need to be looking!
One of the most comforting phrases of the gospel is found in this passage: “He shall not fail.”
Let us not quench the smoking flax in judgment of outward appearance. Let us fan the flame of all our fellow children of God to the praise of the glory of His grace!
The gospel is not a warning that judgment is coming. It is a declaration that the judgment has been made and the elect are justified in Christ.
Today's edition of Triumphal Feast continues an expository look at the Apostle Paul's letter to the Church at Ephesus. In the previous episode we learned that nothing short of the gracious and awesome power of God was necessary to redeem us from our sins. Part 2 of the message "In Whom We Have Redemption" describes to us how we can face all the trials and troubles of our lives because of what Jesus has already done.
A planned absence of any kind is not an emergency!
The life of Jesus Christ is the standard of holiness. When we compare, or rather contrast, our life to that of Jesus we will see we fall very short and that we too need…Mercy.
The simplicity of grace says that we are free to do good just because it is good!
Today's edition of Triumphal Feast continues in our study of Paul's letter to the Church at Ephesus. This message focuses on chapter 1 verse 7 describing the gracious power of God needed to redeem us from our sins.
Go to church next Sunday and find rest unto your souls!