Grace for These Last Days
James chapter two is filled with truth for every Christians to apply. Questions arise over the meaning of the phrase "faith without works is dead" (James 2:14). Does this contradict or complement justification by faith in Christ alone? Sound Biblical interpretation will return this text into its healthy encouragement to productive Christian living.
The Case for Christian Optimism
Christian optimism is ultimately Scriptural realism. When we look at life and live life consistent with the gospel, we not only can revel in the good news, we become good news to our world!
A Journey Toward Jesus
Our journey toward Jesus continues to take us deeper in understanding and appreciating God's fulfilled promises of Messiah. Though not a usual "Christmas season" passage Isiah 53 contains some of the most stark and significant prophecies of Yeshua the Messiah. Let's examine the first six verses in this message.
Worship is not limited to the four walls of a church building or even alone in your prayer closet. The Christian worldview sees all of life as an opportunity for service and our bodies as temples of the Holy Spirit, therefore mundane tasks of labor at home or for pay can rise to the heights of service worthy of the King.