Imagine you received an invoice in the mail every single day for the previous day’s sins you committed. How could you ever pay off that sin debt? Is there any way it could be paid off?
All of eternity will be like experiencing “Easter forever.” But we don’t have to wait until then to experience the joys of Easter now.
We often talk about the “Christmas Rush,” but have you considered the rush at Easter?
Several Old Testament passages point to a longing for the Messiah. Ezekiel 37 paints a picture of a man who wanted Easter to come early.
From the outside looking in, the children of Israel in Ezekiel’s day looked very religious. But God was not pleased with their superficial worship. Find out why in this sermon.
Job longed for the day that he would see his redeemer face to face. In one sense of the word, he longed for Easter to come early.
David’s Psalm of Repentance gives us a pattern to show us how to restore our fellowship with God.
You’re never too old to receive God’s gift of grace, but there are benefits to receiving His gift early in life.
Jesus extended His love and grace to two very different people. They each responded in very different ways. How have you responded to His love and grace?
We will give account to God for how we responded to His call on our life. Respond with obedience while there is still time.