Devotional Thought for Today – 12/02/2022

Hebrews 1 Chapter CONTEXT from Matthew Henry Bible Commentary (complete): In this chapter we have a twofold comparison stated: I. Between the evangelical and legal dispensation; and the excellency of the gospel above that of the law is asserted and proved (v. 1-3). II. Between the glory of Christ and that of the highest creatures, … More Devotional Thought for Today – 12/02/2022

Preaching With Purpose

In 1850, aged sixteen, Spurgeon was tricked into preaching his first sermon. At that time, a small preaching group based at St. Andrew’s Street Chapel in Cambridge was used to supplying preachers for the surrounding villages. Impressed by the recently converted teenager, the leader of the group asked Spurgeon to go to the little village … More Preaching With Purpose

VETERANS DAY 2022

Veterans Day is worth celebrating – READ MORE On Veterans Day, Reflect on Why America Is Worth Fighting For How This Air Force Veteran Gives Back to Fellow Veterans . *History of Veterans Day . *Veterans Day “In test & trial, we instinctively turn to God for courage”-Eisenhower – American Minute with Bill Federer . … More VETERANS DAY 2022

Preaching and Criticism: How Does the Expositor Remain Faithful to His Calling

By Patrick Slyman Today, I’m writing to my fellow expositors out there—men who have dedicated their lives to mining the riches of God’s Word, who have committed themselves to drawing their people to the text of Scripture, and who rest on the Spirit to take their lisping words and change their people’s hearts.   READ … More Preaching and Criticism: How Does the Expositor Remain Faithful to His Calling

Devotional Thought for Today – 11/01/2022

Ephesians 5 For chapter, CONTEXT see the link to John Gill’s Introduction to Ephesians 5. In v.18 the Apostle Paul under Divine Guidance from the Holy Spirit informs readers that they are to be controlled not by wine (worldly corruption) but be constantly filled with and guided by the Holy Spirit. The question one should … More Devotional Thought for Today – 11/01/2022

Christians, Let’s Be Honest. Our Excuses For Skipping Church Are Lame.

Of course, a pastor telling Christians not to go to church is like a dentist warning his patients not to brush their teeth. It’s absurd and self-defeating, to put it mildly. MATT WALSH | September 14, 2016 I recently read a report showing that less than 20 percent of the people in this country attend church on a … More Christians, Let’s Be Honest. Our Excuses For Skipping Church Are Lame.