Starting the gospel in the wrong place makes it seem less good than it is.
Jesus has disarmed the forces of darkness and rendered their weapons powerless against us.
Idolatry worships the gift above Giver, while religion rejects His gifts. But grace connects them both.
The gospel of grace reconnects our feelings of thankfulness to the Giver of every good gift.
Faith in Jesus clothes you with his righteousness like a raincoat.
Grace leads us to “give thanks always and for everything” (Eph 5:20).
Jesus’ miracles weren’t random acts of kindness, but signs of the king and his kingdom.
Five simple things to remember when telling someone about Jesus.
Satan’s lie and God’s promise are, “You will be like God.” Grace makes all the difference.
The cross of Christ is the ultimate answer to every injustice.
The hard things are just for now. The good things will be forever. The best things are yet to come.
The gospel sets sex free from guilt, fear, and shame.