Jesus came in the flesh and revealed the gospel to us for our fellowship with God and our eternal joy together in Him.
Pastor Guy explores four broad themes that have worked their way throughout the book of Acts. As Paul finally reaches Rome in Acts 28, these themes continue to root his ministry in God’s grace and the assurance of seeing spiritual fruit from his labors.
God the Spirit is actively working to demonstrate His grace to the saints through promises kept, provision supplied, and giving ministry power and opportunity.
When the storms of life threaten to overwhelm you, anchor your soul to the sovereignty, promise, and grace of God.
What is a Christian view of authority? How ought we interact with civil authorities and officials as to adorn the gospel of Christ and the Kingdom of God?
Procrastination is a killer – both on a personal level and more critically, in our spiritual lives. We must fight against putting off faith in Christ till another day. Today is the day of salvation. Let us enter into it.
God’s providence is his divine sovereignty in action. He will accomplish his desires for his people by providentially working to move and act in all things.
The incarnation isn’t simply a theological statement of fact but a life-changing and joy-giving reality. Christians benefit immensely from God the Son becoming the Son of Man.
Everything hangs on the Christian hope and the resurrection of the dead.