Amos, in his own words, wasn’t a prophet (or the son of a prophet) but he was faithful to deliver a message of conviction and hope to the people in his time.
God intervenes in history, in very stark ways, to warn us of a greater judgment to come.
There is a key theme in Hosea: The unfailing and shocking extent that God is willing to go to, for you to be His.
On a scale of 1-10, how lazy do you think you are? One small decision today to be lazy, can have great consequences down the road.
What exactly did the book of Hebrews mean by, “without holiness, no man shall see the Lord?” Are you holy? Will you see the Lord? Learn more about this from JC Ryle’s chapter on the subject, read by Pastor Lonnie Atwood.
Love will last forever. We’re preparing for a place, here, for when we will be immersed in love, there.
The cross of Jesus Christ has so secured us to Him, that we have a hope that extends beyond this
world, which enables us to endure all things while we’re in this world.
Christmas is a time of wonder and awe. We should marvel at what God has done, by sending His Son into the world.
Biblical love is strong. It protects rather than exposes. It prefers to trust, rather than being cynical.
Love does not rejoice in evil, but rejoices in truth, purity, and holiness. Are you tempted to rejoice in evil things? This week’s sermon deals with some topics that might hit close to home.