Worship Reloaded

  • January 30, 2011 | Brad Baugham | Ezra 3

All that the temple means … is fulfilled in Jesus Christ: the dwelling of God’s glory in the sanctuary; the provision of atoning sacrifice at the gate; the meeting of fellowship where the praises and prayers of Israel ascend from the holy feast; the flowing water of life that comes forth from the threshold of the house — all are realities in Christ. —Edmond Clowney


God Restores His People

  • January 23, 2011 | Brad Baugham | Ezra 1-2

If you … come to Christ, he will appear as a Lion, in his glorious power and dominion, to defend you. All those excellencies of his, in which he appears as a lion, shall be yours, and shall be employed for you in your defense, for your safety, and to promote your glory; he will be as a lion to fight against your enemies. He that touches you, or offends you, will provoke his wrath, as he that stirs up a lion. Unless your enemies can conquer this Lion, they shall not be able to destroy or hurt you. Unless they are stronger than he, they shall not be able to hinder your happiness. —Jonathan Edwards


Rich Giving

  • January 16, 2011 | Brad Baugham | 2 Corinthians 8-9

Now dear Christians, some of you pray night and day to be branches of the true Vine; you pray to be made all over in the image of Christ. If so, you must be like him in giving… . An old divine says well: “What would have become of us if Christ had been as saving of his blood as some men are of their money?” —Robert Murray McCheyne


An Enticement to Rich Praying

  • January 9, 2011 | Brad Baugham | John 15:1-16

When a man is once converted to God, his progress in holiness will be much in accordance with his own diligence in the use of God’s appointed means. And I assert confidently that the principal means by which most believers have become great in the church of Christ is the habit of diligent private prayer. —J.C. Ryle


Rich Reading

  • January 2, 2011 | Michael Gray | Colossians 3:16

The new life in Christ, just like all natural life, must be nourished and strengthened. This is possible only in communion with Christ in the Holy Spirit and through the word of Scripture. Enlightened by the Spirit, believers gain a new knowledge of faith. The gospel is the food of faith and must be known to be nourishment. Salvation that is not known and enjoyed is no salvation. God saves by causing himself to be known and enjoyed in Christ. —Herman Bavinck


God with Us

  • December 29, 2010 | Brad Baugham | Matthew 1:22-25

Yes,” said Queen Lucy. “In our world too, a stable once had something inside it that was bigger than our whole world!” —C.S. Lewis, The Last Battle


What Child Is This?

  • December 19, 2010 | Brad Baugham | Matthew 1:1-21

We’re commanded to dramatize neither his birth nor his life, but only his death. It’s by his death he wishes to be remembered above all else. —John Stott


Jesus Became Our Curse

  • December 5, 2010 | Nathan Young | Galatians 3:10-14


Joy to the World!

  • November 28, 2010 | Brad Baugham | Psalm 96

Hope is the ability to hear the music of the future, and faith is the ability to dance to it today. —William Frey


An Explosion of Praise & An Exhortation to Hear

  • November 21, 2010 | Brad Baugham | Psalm 95

The Lord is good; his steadfast love endures forever; his faithfulness continues through all generations. – Psalm 100:5

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