As a parish pastor, the majority of my conversations contain some reference to God. Lately, the majority also include information, comments and opinions about the Covid-19 pandemic. And many of the folks I talk with want to know if there's a connection between the two.
Have you recently been asked or told to wear a face mask? Chances are you're not happy about that. I'm not.
While the earth might indeed be corrupt and believer’s lives are on the line, God always has the last word.
You can’t hold on to both your own life and Christ. It’s one or the other.
Our God is always trying to tell us something. His word is living and active, proclaiming an eternal gospel.
Christ’s blood flowed on the cross for us. He suffered God’s wrath in our place, on a cross-shaped winepress.
Maybe you just aren’t getting your minimum daily requirement of the scriptures.
We trust God, we remember we’re in this for the long haul, and we have a message of hope we do not want to keep to ourselves.
These events meant to wake us up and focus our attention on Jesus
The journey may be hard, but the destination is worth it. That’s why you always want to focus on Jesus.
I am confident that he is my Savior. I have no doubt that I am clean and righteous in his sight. So I'm going in.
If you want to go to church, you’re gonna get sprinkled with blood!
In our place, Jesus died and rose, paving a path for us. If that is truly my future, death and even the fear of death doesn’t control or guide me. He does.
The struggle that remains is to listen to him rather than the lies of enemy.
Instead of tears, he wants my prayers to be filled with joy, thankfulness and trust.
You and I have to get past comparing ourselves to others. Comparisons will never give you the security that Christ can.