The gospel not only provides comfort for sinners, but also a call for spiritual growth and maturity in the lives of God's people.
Faithful financial giving to the Lord's work is both a priority and a privilege for the people of God.
The glorious nature of our future resurrection fuels our work for the Lord here and now.
The resurrection is a vital part of every Christian's hope and future.
There are disasterous consequences to our life and faith if there is no resurrection of the dead.
The church must function in an orderly manner because God is not a God of confusion but of peace.
The gift of tongues is not for believers but for unbelievers.
The gift of tongues is secondary to the gift of prophecy.
God’s compassionate character is to be reflected in the way we show compassion to the world that he made and so deeply cares about.
Unity is achievable if we keep Christ at the center.
In a world that questions the very definition of what a man is, the church needs more men who are zealous to be men of God.
Because Jesus has revealed God's love for us by meeting our greatest needs, we can show our love for him by meeting the greatest needs of his people.
Christmas is all about incarnational giving and living. It's about giving more of yourself in personal, sacrificial relationship with those you know and love.
Spending less doesn't mean spending nothing. Rather, it means biblically evaluating how much you spend, what motives drive your spending, and how others are affected by it.
We all have obstacles to worship at Christmas, but we can worship God fully if we keep a willing, obedient, seeking, and sacrificial heart.
Sometimes our greatest need is to be healed from the ingratitude in our heart, not the illness in our body.
Love is better than the best spiritual gifts.
God is still a miracle-working God, but miracle-workers and healers are not for the church today.
The gift of tongues is the gift of speaking known languages, not unintelligible speech.
The gift of prophecy played a vital role in the foundation of the church, but the gift of prophecy is not for the church today.
The ironclad promise of God is a glorious future in heaven through faith in Jesus Christ.
Apostles were foundational to the church, but there are no longer apostles in the church today.
In the Spirit, the many are made one and the one serve the many.
God call us to live a new way of life, for the good of others, by the power of his Spirit working in us.
Where you fix your gaze in times of trouble determines whether you will sail or sink.
God is most concerned with our hearts in worship. Therefore, we must be committed to examining our hearts in light of the Gospel every time we gather for corporate worship.