As Jesus Christ bore the sin of the world on the cross, he pressed with his nail pierced hands and feet to take an unimaginably painful breath, and he used that breath to declare the opening words of Psalm 22, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” The...
We do not like to experience negative emotions; we don’t like to talk with people who are negative and going through pain. We do not want to make other people uncomfortable by talking about our trials and our sadness. But the Bible tells us in Romans 12:15 to weep with...
Our Psalm last week – Psalm 88 – was a song that gave voice to private grief. Our Psalm this morning – Psalm 80 – is a song that gives voice to corporate grief.
Our text this morning is, without a doubt, the saddest Psalm in the Psalter. Unlike the rest of the Psalms of Lament, Psalm 88 does not end on a note of hopefulness. Is a believer allowed to pray that way? Are we allowed to sing songs that don’t end with...
Through our victorious Saviour and Lord, we can enjoy a true, deep and lasting peace from God, even in the most difficult circumstances of life. Philippians 4:4-9
While none of us is Timothy, and most of us are not pastors or elders, we are ALL called to ministry in our various spheres of life. We are a KINGDOM of PRIESTS! The lessons in this letter will make us better mentors and better evangelist. This word is FOR...
The Ephesian elders had been charged by the Apostle Paul to protect the people of God but they failed in their assignment. In this passage, Paul is addressing the issues that the elders should have addressed. He’s knocking down lies and pointing the church toward the truth. 1 Timothy 4:1-5
This morning we will answer two questions. What would the Apostle Paul have us understand about our individual yet interdependent identity and how do we receive this interdependent identity? Ephesians 1:3-14
Last week we studied the qualifications for the elders of the church – the men who are called to teach and to exercise authority. Today, Paul has set before us the qualifications for the deacons – those whose ministry it is to serve. 1 Timothy 3:8-13
We need to learn a lesson from the crisis in the church in Ephesus so as not to repeat it: An unhealthy eldership will RUIN a church. And WE ALL will be held accountable if that ever occurs. 1 Timothy 3:1-7
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