Ephesians 6:14–17, Part 4
In this life of sin and pain, how shall we fight for joy? Here are fifteen ways.
A Name Better Than Sons and Daughters
Christianity is not merely an array of glorious ideas. It is the life-changing experience of the Holy Spirit through faith in Jesus Christ.
The age of sin and misery and death is almost spent. The day of righteousness and peace and total joy is dawning.
How might Christians process feelings of guilt over the death of a loved one? Pastor John offers counsel to a new widow struggling not to blame herself.
Life in this world is like a river, not a lake. We’re all drifting toward something — some of us to eternal life, others eternal destruction.
Ephesians 6:14–17, Part 3
Our sins are laid on Christ and his righteousness is laid on us. That is the great exchange — and it becomes ours not by works but by faith.
It could not be otherwise but that Christianity be a singing faith. The founder sang. We are a singing people because we are the children of a singing God.
Preaching is not conversation or discussion. It’s not casual talk about religious things. Preaching is heralding a message permeated by the sense of God’s greatness.
In Christ, God makes more of us than we could ever imagine. And he will go on doing so forever.