“The most urgent need in the Christian Church today is true preaching; and as it is the greatest and the most urgent need in the Church, it is obviously the greatest need of the world also.”
– Martyn Lloyd-Jones

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When Idols Fail

  •   Aug 28, 2022   •     •   Psalm 115

Psalm 115 challenges us to recognize idols’ powerful effects on those who embrace them. It’s a call to turn away from idols and trust the Lord alone. God’s glory is … Continue reading

Grace and Good Works

  •   Aug 21, 2022   •     •   Titus 2:11–14

The Bible teaches that God saves Christians by grace, and upon salvation, they enroll in a school of grace where they train in godliness. Christ gave himself for us to … Continue reading

Is the Gospel for Israel?

  •   Aug 14, 2022   •     •   Acts 22:30–23:11

Standing before Judah’s leaders, Paul got to the core of his message—the hope and resurrection of the dead. Facts revealed to us in Scripture are the historical foundation for Christianity: … Continue reading

When Do Words Not Work?

  •   Aug 07, 2022   •     •   Acts 21:37–22:29

Paul is under arrest in Jerusalem. The citizens view him as a traitor because they believe the gospel undermines the law, the temple, and the sacrifices. The Roman officials don’t … Continue reading

Sound Doctrine and Life

In Titus 2, Paul instructs Titus to teach the Cretans to pursue godly living according to sound doctrine. He exhorts various groups of people: older men and women, younger men … Continue reading

Life with Integrity

  •   Jul 24, 2022   •     •   Psalm 101

Sometimes called The Prince’s Psalm, David wrote about the kind of leadership he wanted to exercise as king over Israel. Throughout history, Christians have found these eight verses instructive for … Continue reading

Leaders

Titus 1 teaches about the gift of godly elders. Elders are qualified leaders in the church appointed to lead, instruct, and protect God’s people. Specific character and competencies must mark … Continue reading

Grace and Peace

Titus 1:1–4 covers the introduction to Titus. Within this greeting, Paul speaks about his ministry as a trusted apostle, Timothy’s role as a faithful coworker, and God’s generous gifts of … Continue reading

Life at a Crossroads

  •   Jul 03, 2022   •     •   Psalm 126

Probably written upon Judah’s return to Jerusalem, Psalm 126 is about transitions. Believers have experienced God’s extraordinary blessings—most notably, salvation! Yet, believers also know trials continue. Still, in the midst … Continue reading

Life Under a Shepherd

  •   Jun 26, 2022   •     •   Psalm 80

Known as a community lament, Psalm 80 is a prayer written when Assyria attacked the northern kingdom of Israel around 722 BC. The author knows God is their only hope, … Continue reading