If God Could Change

“Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variation or shadow due to change.” ‭‭James‬ ‭1:17‬ You’ve been in this situation plenty of times before. Your spouse is simply too fickle. He can’t make up his mind; she doesn’t really knowContinue reading “If God Could Change”

A Call for Gracious Calvinists

Frustratingly prevalent on Twitter these days is the fleshly stench of slander and belittlement of other Christians. Rummaging through Twitter the other day, I quickly stopped my thumb from scrolling more because I noticed that somebody shared what was a list of names deemed “woke.” In this tweet thread, the person explained we should notContinue reading “A Call for Gracious Calvinists”

Gospel Smugness Available for Preorder (Kindle)

Gospel Smugness Available for Preorder (Kindle) Foreword by Dustin Benge Endorsements from Dennis Gundersen, Don Currin, Justin O Huffman, Justin Peters Ministries, Erik Reed, Kofi Adu-Boahen, and Dillon Chase. *If you plan to order the paperback version, you will have to wait until July 5, the release date. If you’re a Kindle reader, preorder it!

Our Response When God’s Word is Attacked

“A dog barks when his master is attacked. I would be a coward if I saw that God’s truth is attacked and yet would remain silent.” (John Calvin) I am head-over-heels in love with my wife. I cherish, adore, and appreciate her. We have been together for more than eight years and married for moreContinue reading “Our Response When God’s Word is Attacked”

Why We Preach the Law

There was an old interview that Joel Osteen did–I think it might’ve been with Oprah–where he was responding to criticism that he doesn’t preach enough, or at all, on sin. The citation escapes me, but he said something like, “You know, I want to encourage people. I want to make them feel better. People alreadyContinue reading “Why We Preach the Law”

5 Notable Articles of the Week

The Thorns I Can’t Escape Chris Thomas with a fantastic post here: “I like to imagine the joy Adam must have felt when harvesting a crop without entangling himself in thorns. Not a joy born out of comparison—he’d never known it to be any other way—but a joy born from deep contentment that this was good,Continue reading “5 Notable Articles of the Week”

Being Angry is not Inherently Bad

In Matthew 21:12-13 we see Jesus acting not so Jesus-y. Culture paints a picture of this happy-go-lucky Jesus who doesn’t ever get angry and is always attempting to please everybody. Shall we remind ourselves that Jesus is the Second Person of the Trinity? This means He was present with the Father in the Old TestamentContinue reading “Being Angry is not Inherently Bad”