The Narrow Road is a Wide Place

Contrary to popular opinion, you will never find freedom living for yourself. Since many people believe a self-centered life of unrestrained desires is the only way to freedom, they then postulate that Jesus’ teaching about the narrow way indicates a life of oppression. This idea could not be further from the truth. The narrow road … Continue reading The Narrow Road is a Wide Place

Our Sins Are Like a Cloud

Attentively observe the instructive similitude: our sins are like a cloud. As clouds are of many shapes and shades, so are our transgressions. As clouds obscure the light of the sun, and darken the landscape beneath, so do our sins hide from us the light of Jehovah's face, and cause us to sit in the shadow of death. They are earth-born things, and rise from the miry

Empty Deceit and “Christian” Self-Help

To the atheist, the conscience is the end product of a long line of evolutionary and social conditioning, so when it bothers them, they are not really guilty of anything. As James Sire puts it, they are really only guilty of guilt. Feelings of guilt are the problem, not a violation of moral principles. This … Continue reading Empty Deceit and “Christian” Self-Help

Wayward Christian: The Lord Wants you to Come Home

"Yet return again to Me, says the Lord."--Jeremiah. 3:1 Could there be a more touching "Thus says the Lord" than this? The voice of Jesus, as it echoed over the mountains and along the valleys of our unregenerate distance from God, seeking and finding and bringing us home, was inexpressibly sweet and irresistibly gracious. But, … Continue reading Wayward Christian: The Lord Wants you to Come Home

There is Grain in Egypt [Sermon]

Here is a sermon I preached recently which looks at the typology of Joseph's brothers who came to buy grain from him in Genesis 42. Like the brothers, even when it seems God is against us, we must remember that He will supply our need. There is grain in Egypt -In times of famine -In … Continue reading There is Grain in Egypt [Sermon]