Need a perspective of Heaven as you start your week, as you hear of so much pain, death, and evil in our world? Here’s a short sermon out of Revelation 22:1-5, about the eternity we will spend with Jesus Christ. Give it a listen. Be encouraged.
To say the Gospel is simple, is true in one sense, but to say it is the most complex, out of this world, most glorious thing in the universe, is true in every sense. And everyone needs to know this. How big is the Gospel? It’s bigger than “Jesus loves you” and “Jesus died forContinue reading “Don’t Underestimate What The Gospel Is”
My Father-in-law and I visited a man on his death bed recently, and this was my experience. It was not my first time, but still…this reality gripped me once again. “He’s going to see Jesus soon!” The first time was with my Grandmother. She had lived a long life with Christ and her time wasContinue reading “The Man is Dying, But I Know He Will Never Die”
God is radiant glory. Radiant love. Exalted in heaven, He sees all and knows all. Every breath of mankind is in His hands. Always has been. Always will be. Every creature, from the tiniest, microscopic organism, to the majestic blue whale, they are praising Him. They praise Him because there is no one more gloriousContinue reading “Radiant God”
We rejoice on days when the glory of the sun is revealed in all of its splendor, imparting to us its benefits. The reality is that the sun and all that it is, remains the same on stormy days too, only veiled momentarily by the clouds. How often have we as God’s children forgot thatContinue reading “Christ, Our Light and Glory”
For everything there is a season Seasons come and seasons go In life and death God is in control So look to Jesus who knows For every child it is appointed A day the Christ will call you home Through faith in Jesus Faith in Him alone The child of God can go homeContinue reading “Jesus Is Sufficient”
I know You’re with me wherever I go You’ll never leave me, on this I will hold I know You’re with me in the darkest place You will never let me go And when the day comes that I see Your face I’ll see the scars You took in my place And every tearContinue reading “Thank You Jesus”