Incomparable, part 9. Jesus came to bridge the gap between God and us, to restore what was once a perfect relationship, but was broken by sin and rebellion.
Incomparable, part 4. Peace is not the absence of trouble. It is the presence of God, even in the most troubled situation.
Incomparable, part 2. If God, at any moment, decided to stop actively sustaining the Universe, or us, it would be over. We would all turn to dust.
Would you take upon the burden of the sins of the world if you had the choice? Would you enter into our darkness and our broken humanity, if you didn’t have to? The incredible good news of the gospel is … Continue reading “Would You Go There?”
Part 4. If the resurrection of Jesus could be proved untrue, life loses all meaning and the Christian faith falls apart. If there is no God, there is no moral code, and we should simply pursue ease and comfort, and … Continue reading “Why Bother with Morality?”
Part 2. The whole of Christianity hinges on one moment in history which, if proved untrue, would cause the entire religion to come crashing down. But if true, it’s significance is of infinite importance to each one of us.
In Scripture, names reflect the character and history of a person. When the Psalmist says, “how majestic is your name,” he means that God’s essence, being, character and identity is unthinkably excellent and glorious.
Written by King David, thousands of years ago, this is a song about resuce, deliverance and salvation that captures the heart of the gospel, years before Jesus walked the earth.
Easter Sunday is the pinnacle of the Christian faith. It’s where hopelessness and despair got flipped upside down and the impossible thing happened: when Jesus resurrected from death, and triumphed over the grave.