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Because of the glorious Lord Jesus Christ, true life now—and eternal life forever—is yours to know and enjoy. What the Scripture reveals about Him is worth more than all knowledge, all riches, and all happiness in this world.
Lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. Matthew 6:19-21
Since Satan was thrown out of Heaven by the triune God, he has been on a mission to oppose the Lord and thwart His purposes. We know from Scripture that he fell because he resented his place as a creature and wished to take the throne and authority of God (Isaiah 14:13-14; it is also possible this passage describes the Antichrist, the ultimate human expression of Satanic rebellion). It is noteworthy that after the sixth day of the creation week, the entire universe was considered unfallen even though Satan and his demons had already rebelled. It was only when Adam and Even listened to Satanic counsel that their authority as rulers of the earth plunged their whole domain into the wickedness we have all known for thousands of years. Satan wished to damn men and the inhabited world because both were essential to God’s plan. Read more
Without question, all the intricate realities of living in a fallen world are the most difficult realities to which the regenerate must acclimate. People of heaven and the future living in the fallen, cursed now, they feel the tension inwardly between the Spirit and the flesh, and externally between the hope they see in Scripture for the renewal of all things and the harsh, unforgiving difficulties of a cursed inhabited earth. Read more
The bodily resurrection of our Lord is THE cornerstone of Christianity. In an age where half-converted pagans, nominal (and theologically permissive) “Christians” (especially of the higher-church variety), and the secular unsaved but spiritually-interested all think Christianity is predominantly a moralistic self-help regimen rather than the sole, supernatural, divinely-ordained-and-executed mission for total world redemption, we cannot afford to downplay or gloss over the explicitly supernatural and uncomfortable elements of the gospel and the whole counsel of God. And chief among those is the resurrection of our Lord. Read more
One of the most stabilizing and wondrous realities in the world is realizing the comprehensiveness and grandeur of God’s plan for the world. That plan is the establishment and advancement of His kingdom, a kingdom that will finally encompass all nations and people groups and the best of every culture. Today, the church is the first group of people submitted to that kingdom, and the church’s mission is to proclaim that rule to the world and disciple people into its ways in every area of thought and life. Read more
The grand mission of the church is to proclaim the gospel to every people group, then immersing and teaching them all things Jesus commanded (in an ultimate sense, all the Bible, for it is all the word of the Lord Jesus), by those latter actions making them students and learners of the anointed, risen Lord and King. As this message is authoritatively, uncompromisingly proclaimed to every person (for all people are immediately accountable to the message and its Lord), the church will find different responses stemming from different hearts. Ultimately, of course, there are only two responses—belief or unbelief. Read more