“See the excellence of grace. It perseveres. Other things are but for a season; health and riches are sweet, but they are but for a season; but grace is the blossom of eternity. The seed of God remains. 1 John 3:9. Grace may suffer an eclipse, not a dissolution. It is called substance, for its … More Grace Is Better Than Riches (Watson Weds)
I recently worked on an Ephesians 6:10-17 and the subject of the Armor of God and Spiritual Warfare. It caused me to meditate on the different dynamics of spiritual warfare and the devices Satan uses to deceive and attack believers. I’ve read and heard that some Christians think Satan is able to “implant thoughts” into … More Can Satan Invade Your Mind?
I love my church’s small groups. I love them so much I attend more than one. Sure, part of the reason is because I’m one of the pastors of the church and am invested in several groups of men that are seeking the Lord and may become potential leaders. But, it’s also because I love … More Small Group (or Bible Study) is Not Enough
The launch of the new Preacher’s Bible (designed by John MacArthur) by Steadfast Bibles has sparked a lot of discussion on Bible translations. The Preacher’s Bible was given to all the attendees of the Shepherds’ Conference as a free giveaway. It was such a generous gift from the folks from Grace to You. The Bible … More Why I Use the NASB
This is the part 3 of the blog series, “Gifts without God.” This series encourages Christians not to place their happiness in the distractions of the holiday season. It is focused upon Solomon’s warnings in Ecclesiastes 2:1-11. We have already explored the warnings of leisure and liquor in part 1. Then, we examined the warnings … More Gifts without God (Part 3)