For everyone has sinned; we all fall short of God’s glorious standard (Romans 3:23, New Living Translation). You can pay for your own sins (at an unimaginable cost). Or, you can accept God’s gift of salvation through the Perfect Sacrifice of Christ on the cross at Calvary.
It has been said that the Holy Bible can be compared to the structure of a tree; the Scriptures of the Old Testament are seen as the root of the tree and the Scriptures of the New Testament are the trunk and the branches. This being true then all that makes up the New Testament […]
Pastor Jake gives us these words of wisdom on the subject of grace, beginning with this scripture written by the Apostle Paul:
Frequently, we will find nuggets of wisdom from Pastor Jake. A handful of those appear below:
To desire is a part of man’s nature. It is natural for man to desire or want fellowship with others; or to desire food or drink; to desire to comfort or to be comforted; to be surrounded with beauty, to love and to be loved…
Our Father in Heaven is a covenant God. And His covenants to us are hinged upon His everlasting love. Enjoy this blog from Pastor Jake!
Some people think the word gospel means religious music. Others, a category of books in the New Testament. Pastor Jake gives us a wonderful expository on the true meaning and the unstoppable power of the gospel.
Many of you may remember, back in the day, the term Born Again was being used quite often. It is based upon the words of the Lord Jesus Christ to Nicodemus. But, what exactly does Born Again mean?
‘This people honors Me with their lips, But their heart is far away from Me. ‘But in vain do they worship Me, Teaching as doctrines the precepts of men.’” — Matthew 15:8-9 [NAS]
Pastor Jake reminds us of the dangers of ambition. Fleshly ambition (especially with big I and little you) can cause us to make unwise and/or overly-ambitious decisions. In Pastor Jake’s teaching on the Sons of Zebedee… we see how Salome, the mother of James and John, did just that.