We’re called to eat whatever is set before us, and to do it with gratitude. It’s all grace.
The heart of femininity is joyful submission and support of Christ-like leadership.
The heart of masculinity is the joyful acceptance of sacrificial responsibility.
The gospel leads us away from the “here today, gone tomorrow” life and into a “here to stay” life.
Singleness is temporary, but what you do with your singleness lasts forever.
Grace isn’t given to make us feel guilty; it’s given to make us grateful.
The return of Jesus makes things better for some, but worse for others.
God’s commands are given in love to restrain evil, to convict of sin, and to teach us how to live.
Sin is like a dark guest who will not leave. But the Spirit can put sin to death.
God’s command to keep the Sabbath has been fulfilled and transformed in Jesus.
The gospel is the key to the joys of sex and to the even greater joys of knowing God.
We don’t know who we are. But God knows because he made us, and he tells us who we are.