• Christ and David by

    Death is an everyday occurrence in the world. Many call it a part of life, but actually, death is the end of life. And once it comes upon a person, the natural thing that occurs is decomposition and decay. But …

  • Cornelius’ Household by

    You can tell your unbelieving friends how God changed your life for the better. You can tell them about the mercy ministry of Jesus and how He helps those who are poor, downcast, and sick. But is that enough? What …

  • Cornelius’ Household by

    You can tell your unbelieving friends how God changed your life for the better. You can tell them about the mercy ministry of Jesus and how He helps those who are poor, downcast, and sick. But is that enough? What …

  • Entering the Kingdom by

    What is the relationship between the church and state? Does the church have the right to criticize the state’s performance as the civil magistrate? Has the church gagged herself out of fear of the government? In this weekend edition …

  • Entering the Kingdom by

    What is the relationship between the church and state? Does the church have the right to criticize the state’s performance as the civil magistrate? Has the church gagged herself out of fear of the government? In this weekend edition …

  • Epilogue by

    Without question, the Apostle Paul was a man sold-out for the gospel. To his dying day, he preached the Word every opportunity that was given him regardless of the consequence. Not all of us are called to be preachers, but …

  • Epilogue by

    Without question, the Apostle Paul was a man sold-out for the gospel. To his dying day, he preached the Word every opportunity that was given him regardless of the consequence. Not all of us are called to be preachers, but …

  • Eternal Appointment by

    The Reformed doctrine of election finds much opposition in the American church today. That is strange since the scriptures explicitly say that God has chosen, predestined, and appointed His elect. Does God merely provide opportunities to believe the gospel or …

  • Eternal Appointment by

    The Reformed doctrine of election finds much opposition in the American church today. That is strange since the scriptures explicitly say that God has chosen, predestined, and appointed His elect. Does God merely provide opportunities to believe the gospel or …

  • Healing at the Gate Beautiful by

    During the time of the early church, being crippled meant that you were destined to a life of poverty and begging. In the book of Acts, we read of one such man who was born lame and unable to walk …

  • Healing at the Gate Beautiful by

    During the time of the early church, being crippled meant that you were destined to a life of poverty and begging. In the book of Acts, we read of one such man who was born lame and unable to walk …

  • Holy Boldness by

    There was a quality about the early church that is not so recognizable in today’s church. That is not to say that no local church is without it, but as a whole, the church universal lacks the boldness of …

  • Holy Boldness by

    There was a quality about the early church that is not so recognizable in today’s church. That is not to say that no local church is without it, but as a whole, the church universal lacks the boldness of …

  • If It Is of God by

    God is ever working out His plan through and among His people. Nothing can thwart the progression of His Kingdom. Even the enemies of the church recognize that fact. But how do we know something is of God? Is there …

  • If It Is of God by

    God is ever working out His plan through and among His people. Nothing can thwart the progression of His Kingdom. Even the enemies of the church recognize that fact. But how do we know something is of God? Is there …