As king David's reign comes to an end and his son Solomon is set to take the throne, David voices a prayer that makes clear everything in the cosmos belongs to God, and that truth is good news for us.
Your relationship with money is not about money. What you think about money is about you. Therefore, as we see in this sermon, your contentment is not founded on our abundance or our lack. Our contentment is founded solely on Christ.
We are to put on the whole armor of God. This armor is not our own. In fact, the Old Testament makes clear that the armor that the Apostle Paul lists in this passage is the Messiah.
What does it look like to live out the gospel? How does the gospel transform relationships and turn slaves into brothers? In this text, Paul makes clear that the gospel frees us to be made new into right relationships.
In this message, Thomas Walters unpacks how God makes us family and how that truth changes everything.
Families and churches that refuse to teach the gospel to the next generation are described as stubborn and rebellious. This Psalm makes clear that the call of each believer is the faithfully and consistently proclaim the truths of the gospel with those that will follow us.
When our expectations are not met we have two choices. We can complain and give up, or we can trust in the sovereignty of the true and living God. Our decision depends on how we respond to the question, "Is God's word enough?"
True disciples of King Jesus see with the compassionate eyes of their King. In compassion, they continue both the work and the word that Jesus spoke and worked.
Thomas, often known as "doubting Thomas" is actually a great example of belief. His confession of "My Lord and my God," is a cry we all must make if we hope to be a part of God's kingdom.
Mothers have the unique and high calling to teach wisdom in the home; therefore, mothers must be wise and good. In this sermon, Pastor David points mothers, and others, to the source of wisdom and goodness.