Thanksgiving is “as American as apple pie” some might say. However, giving thanks is a much older practice than America itself. Giving thanks is the genuine response of disciples of Jesus Christ offered to our gracious Redeemer. Giving thanks is an abounding act of worship for Christians. Consider the words of Paul to the church … Continue reading I am not thankful! (…enough)
There once was a father who had a son who turned his back on the old man in rebellion. Day after day the father, in love, agonized over his son and longed for him to return. One day, as the father gazed into the distance, a tired and humbled man slouchingly returned home. The father … Continue reading How does the Father love?
The most cataclysmic event in history is the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Many want to debate the historicity of the event because of the gravity of the effects. What does it mean if Jesus Christ is raised from the dead? Biblically, there are three certain effects of the resurrection of Jesus the Nazarene. The King … Continue reading The Certain Effects of the Resurrection