Q: Why does the Bible exist today? A: The Bible exists in the world today primarily because God wants it to. He has a purpose, or vision, for the Bible and that purpose is four-fold: To reveal Himself to us (John 1:9-18) To help us understand our sinfulness (Romans 7:7) To reveal the forgiveness He … Continue reading Monthly Q&A: October 2020
In his book Disciplines of a Godly Man, R. Kent Hughes argues that the effective Christian life is one of discipline and intentionality. I completely agree. I recently preached a sermon on the intentionality and discipline it takes to stay on the path of wisdom. None of us just "coasts" into holiness. If we desire … Continue reading Harrison Bible Reading Plan
Q: If believers are free from the power of Satan (Col. 1:13), then why do they still sin? A: In Colossians 1:13 it says that God has rescued us from the power of darkness and transferred us into the kingdom of His beloved Son. In order to better understand what God has rescued us from … Continue reading Monthly Q&A: September 2020
Q: What did Jesus mean he told the disciples to pray for more laborers? A: In both Matthew 9:37 and Luke 10:2 Jesus tells his disciples that the “harvest is plentiful but the workers are few.” He follows both of those statements up by telling his followers to pray earnestly that God would send laborers … Continue reading Monthly Q&A: August 2020
https://youtu.be/e8fgtjqYUEE Proverbs 4:20-27 Solomon's words to his sons show us that, if we desire to walk the path of wisdom, then: What we give our attention to matters.Our character matters.The words we speak matter.What we focus on matters.Our actions matter.