The most pressing question in your life is “How am I, a sinner, to be reconciled to God?” And that question is clearly answered on the Cross.
If God is omnipresent, and Jesus is God, then every moment for the christian is an opportunity to treasure Jesus.
The Cross and the Resurrection should inspire awe and wonder.
The Gospel offers us hope of a selfless, sacrificial, beautiful, hospitable, love-filled future.
Our lives hinge on how we respond to Jesus’ question to Peter, ‘Who do you say that I am?’
In our culture, we are tempted regularly to trade the REAL Jesus for a counterfeit jesus.
Paul’s Christianity was so impactful to normal, everyday life that He said ‘Christians’ are the most to be pitied if the resurrection is not true.
Jesus’ overwhelming, total sovereignty is not grounds to stumble, but grounds to rejoice.
If Jesus, in his fatigue, looked upon the crowds with compassion, even more so, in his eternal rest at the Father’s right hand, will He look upon us with the same affection.
Jesus’ eagerness to go with Jairus proves to us His eagerness to enter in to our darkest moments; He wants to be with you. The Sovereign of the universe desires to busy Himself with the lowest parts of your life, as He leads you beside the still waters.
If, in Jesus, you do not see a vision of God worth your life, then you will not endure through suffering.
In Jesus, we can experience the relational beauty of the Trinity: where we are freed from our selfishness to freely give ourselves in relationship for the good of others and the glory of His Name.
Jesus, as He heals the man on the Sabbath and gives freedom to His disciples to pick heads of grain from a field, shows His opponents that He is Lord, even of the Sabbath....Because Jesus is the Lord of the Sabbath, we can experience in Him true Sabbath rest.
Revival for Sola City Church is when our profession of Jesus comes in line with our experience of Jesus.
If Jesus is the Son of God, you can lay down your life to follow Him.
The beauty of Jesus is seen in the beauty of the church as she lays down her life for the sake of the Gospel.