Psalm 51 – Three Cries of Repentance
Isaiah 52:13-53:12 – God brings salvation for his people by the suffering and glory of His Servant
Genesis 16 – In the life of Abram we see our sin and its effects. While at the same time, we get a greater view of God’s mercy.
Genesis 15 – Is God really trustworthy? In the life of Abram, we learn that the answer is profoundly: yes.
On Genesis 13-14 – Will God’s Word impact your daily life? Abram’s story gives us 3 opportunities to trust God.
Genesis 12:10-20 – Can we trust God when the wheels seem to come off? From Abram’s journey, we learn that despite all threats, God remains faithful.
Philippians 1:27-2:4 – We have a wonderful Gospel – it is the power of God unto salvation. But how should this Gospel impact our daily lives?
Genesis 11:1-32 – In the Tower of Babel, we see both human arrogance and God’s unfolding plan.
Isaiah 49:1-13 – The Servant reveals that the salvation of God is one of comfort.
Psalm 91 – How to hold fast to the Lord in uncertain times.
Genesis 9:1-10:32 – The worldwide flood changed so much, yet in many ways, things stayed exactly the same.
Genesis 6:9-8:22 – Few accounts better display both the holiness of God and the kindness of God than the flood.
Genesis 5-6:8 – Death is a fact of life. Death is our great enemy. Why? And is there a way to gain victory over it? Genesis 5-6 give us the answers.
Genesis 4 – Like a cancer, sin spreads and destroys. Cain kills Abel. Yet God’s promises stand.
Isaiah 42:1-9 – God introduces a servant who will obey Him perfectly and bring salvation to all nations.
Genesis 3:15 – Does human sin ruin God’s plan? No. Through His covenant of grace, God declares war and promises victory.
Philemon 1:1-7 – Pioneering church planter Justin Hutts encourages us from the book of Philemon. Partnership in gospel ministry is a blessing and privilege.
Ephesians 6:4 – Our children aren’t “one size fits all,” but thankfully God’s Word gives hope and direction to parents.
Psalm 31 – Where Christians are to turn in times of suffering and hardship.
Galatians 2:20 – You can be “alive” physically, yet dead spiritually. Because Jesus is alive, you too can be.