The gospel is simple: "Jesus loves you." But what does that really mean? . . . 1 John 3:16.
Altar calls are biblical, and believers—especially pastors—have no right to not preach the gospel regularly. . . . Romans 12:1
Christ wants to be found; He doesn't make it hard to find Him.
As believers, we should never compare ourselves to each other, or brag to each other about how much better we are than others. . . . Ephesians 2:1-5.
When the Bible says that God is for us, that is greater than anything any human will ever tell you. . . . Romans 8:31.
If the church insists on entertaining people, why is all the entertainment geared towards women? . . . Romans 12:19b.
If our modern worship music better handled the topic of God's love, the church would be better equipped to live in love. . . . Romans 5:6-10.
We need to make certain that the worship songs we sing are not blasphemous in actuality. . . . Amos 5:23.
We must be honest in our prayers, remembering that Christ opened wide our access to God in prayer by His sacrifice on the cross. . . . Psalm 141:7.
In a conversation with a Jewish man, Jesus clearly delineates the work that will grant eternal life. . . . Luke 10:26-37.