Daily Devos

(June 28th) Tale as Old as Time…

The Apostle Paul wrote, in his Ephesian letter, about the honor he felt in being tasked with preaching the Gospel…
Unto me, who am less than the least of all saints, is this grace given, that I should preach among the Gentiles the unsearchable riches of Christ;

And to make all […]

(June 26th) I’ve never been happier to see an “and”

My little children, these things write I unto you, that ye sin not

1 John 2:1
What a sad statement this is. Coming near the end of the Bible, it throws you for a loop just as you’re about to finish the Book. I went and got my hopes up thinking […]

(June 25th) No one’s going to be in Heaven that didn’t want to be there


Random thought:

If you’re one of those folks who groans when Sunday morning comes around, or who has every excuse under the sun to give as to why Sunday night is “optional” and Wednesday night is “unnecessary;” if you’re one of those sourpusses who sits there and doesn’t sing while […]

(June 22nd) This Sunday

Join us this Lord’s Day for a pair of sermons I’m excited to bring to you.

In the morning we’re going to be examining the life of Job and what the big lesson to take away from that great Bible book is.

Sunday night we’ll be looking at “The Four Horsemen […]

(June 20th) To accuse or defend

So I’m writing this sermon about Job (coming this Sunday!) and I had this thought. It’s nothing crazy or unheard of, but it really hit me right here (I’m pointing to my heart).

As you probably know, early in the book of Job, the Devil makes an accusation to the […]

(June 19th) Fair is overrated anyway…

Have you ever considered that it’s actually kind of wrong-headed to desire what’s “fair?” What is “fair” anyway? “Fair” is what we say when we compare ourselves to others. A child attending a birthday party might cry out: “He got that, so I should too…it’s fair!” On the flip […]