“So we do not focus on what is seen, but on what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.” -2 Cor. 4:18 At some point the stay at home mandates will be lifted, and it will be time to leave our homes. While part of me is thrilledContinue reading “Getting Ready to Go Outside for the Sake of the Gospel”
The leaves of the tree are for healing the nations, and there will no longer be any curse. -Revelation 22:2-3 I hate the coronavirus. Many will die today from it, but today is the first day someone I know died. My brother in Christ Neal Barlow is at home with the Lord. Neal was ourContinue reading “Leaves for Healing (On Neal Barlow’s Passing)”
This week we take time to focus on Jesus’ death and resurrection. At GPBC our Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday services will both focus on Matthew’s gospel—how Jesus’ death and resurrection is the launchpad for the mission of the church. As you’re preparing your heart this week, consider reading about Jesus’ week leading up toContinue reading “Passion Week Readings in Matthew”
An expositional sermon is one in which the main idea of a text of Scripture is the primary point of the sermon, and ideally the sermon would show the congregation how.
Take a moment to pray. Ask God to speak to you through his word—for his Spirit to convict you of sin, teach you the truth, and lead you in walking by faith. Setting the Scene If we were honest, some days as Christians we just want to throw in the towel. Fighting sin is hard.Continue reading “Cleaning House – Zechariah 5:1-11”