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.
The gospel is the key to the joys of sex and to the even greater joys of knowing God.
Sex is a gift from God, but our sin has turned it into a source shame and emptiness.
Thriving marriages are those that practice confession, contrition, and change.
God doesn’t save imaginary sinners. So let your sins be big, but let your trust in Christ be bigger.
The world is God’s theater: life is the play, Jesus is the star, the Bible’s the script, and we’re called to play our parts.
Faithful are the wounds of a friend; profuse are the kisses of an enemy.
God frees us from slavery to sin through long obedience in the right direction.
By downplaying our need for correction, we downplay our need for Jesus.
Denying your sins is self-defeating, for you can’t receive help for a problem you deny you have.
Comparison is the thief of joy. The solution is thanking God for what he has given us and others.