Friday, December 31, 2010

A Gospel Too Small

Another awesome quote from Of First Importance

“A gospel which is only about the moment of conversion but does not extend to every moment of life in Christ is too small.

A gospel that gets your sins forgiven but offers no power for transformation is too small.

A gospel that isolates one of the benefits of union with Christ and ignores all the others is too small.

A gospel that must be measured by your own moral conduct, social conscience, or religious experience is too small.

A gospel that rearranges the components of your life but does not put you personally in the presence of God is too small.”
— Fred Sanders
The Deep Things of God: How the Trinity Changes Everything

Monday, November 22, 2010

Audio Sermons

Here is a great site for a wide variety of sermons - Enjoy!!

Friday, November 5, 2010

Matt Chandler - Put Your Hope In God

Awesome clip from a Matt Chandler sermon series called "The Path"

Church Links

Just wanted to post our church links. There are lots of GREAT sermons.
Grace Bible Church - Bozeman, MT
Providence Family Fellowship - Mobile, AL

One of my favorite sermons my pastor has done lately that seems very fitting for this blog:
Preach the Word

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

God is For Us

“Is God for us, despite our sin? Joyfully the Christian answers, ‘Yes.’ But why is He for us? Simple indeed is the Christian answer to that question: He is for us simply because He has chosen to be.

He surely has a right to receive whom He will into His fellowship: and as a matter of fact He has chosen to receive us poor sinners who trust in Christ; He chose to receive us when He gave Christ to die. It was His act, not ours.”

—J. Gresham Machen, What Is Faith?

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

More Francis Chan

Once again, Francis Chan challenges us to live radically for Christ!

Friday, May 14, 2010


“How dare you approach the mercy-seat of God on the basis of what kind of day you had, as if that were the basis for our entrance into the presence of the sovereign and holy God? No wonder we cannot beat the Devil. This is works theology. It has nothing to do with grace and the exclusive sufficiency of Christ. Nothing.

Do you not understand that we overcome the accuser on the ground of the blood of Christ? Nothing more, nothing less. That is how we win. It is the only way we win. This is the only ground of our acceptance before God. If you drift far from the cross, you are done. You are defeated.

We overcome the accuser of our brothers and sisters, we overcome our consciences, we overcome our bad tempers, we overcome our defeats, we overcome our lusts, we overcome our fears, we overcome our pettiness on the basis of the blood of the Lamb.”

—D.A. Carson, Scandalous: The Cross and Resurrection of Jesus