When our world became a wilderness of sin, God promised and sent the Bread of Life – Jesus – to nourish and rescue us.
Christ’s titles display the essence of the gospel to reveal the grace of God.
God chose the weak and despised things of this world to display his glory, so that when we are forgotten, weak, disregarded, disgraced, displaced, poor, and lowly, we will remember that God does not despise coming to us.
If we didn’t need his help, then Jesus would not have come. Sin never needs to be the end of God’s story. Let him write Jesus’ ending for you.
By his Word and Spirit, God is with you every moment of every day, so that you can face everything with him. God is with you!
Whenever wayward children of God receive grace they do not deserve, that’s the real Christmas story – and what makes it real to us.
The more Paul understood the sacrifice of his Savior, the more he detested the sin that required it. Paul did not get worse; he simply saw his wrongs more realistically.
In every generation, God sustains his people through trials to provide encouragement to surrounding people and subsequent generations.
God’s heart cannot be bought by our good deeds. He is never indebted to us or managed by our merits.
Christ’s grace changes our priorities from doing what is best for us to giving what is best for another.
When we follow the paths that God marks for us, there may be challenges – but no regrets.
Nothing can separate his children from his heart or his plan. All are more than conquerors through him who loved us.