Friends, I tell you, there is no better day to celebrate the birth of the Lord than on the Lord's Day.
The gospel that has saved you is the same gospel that will sustain you, which is cause for great joy!
Unless we grasp the extent of our own wickedness and sin nature, it is impossible to fully appreciate the amazing grace extended to us through Christ’s death and resurrection.
Relationships can only be redeemed through Christ, and while there will still be relational difficulties in the already/not yet, there is hope for the believer that one day sin will no longer infect our relationships.
I come away from the SBC annual meeting generally encouraged. We have a lot of work to do, but I believe our convention will persevere through the trials that lay ahead. So long as we stand on the inerrancy and sufficient authority of scripture. And as long as we proclaim, with power and confidence, a clear gospel of repentance, redemption, and reconciliation through the atoning work of Jesus Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection.
The fault line of complementarianism and egalitarianism has often been the hallowed ground of an ongoing culture war.
As I look back at these takeaways, I cannot help but notice two prevailing issues: Sin has real consequences, and the only hope is the gospel.
I have come to conclusion that time and legacy run in complimenting lanes. The legacy I leave will reflect the full ROI of my time investment.
An Expositional Study Through: Ruth By: Caleb Fleming Session 5: The Providential Hero (Ruth 2:1-3) This week we will kick off the beginning of the second main act in the drama of Ruth. In this act we are introduced to the hero of the story, Boaz. Particularly, chapter two sets the scene for the Act... Continue Reading →