Matthew 5a: Sola Gratia

Matthew 5a: Sola Gratia

The passage of Scripture that we now refer to as Christ’s “Sermon on the Mount” extends from Matthew 5:1 to Matthew 7:29. Consisting of three entire chapters and 111 verses, it stands as one of the most significant speeches of Christ’s life. Nowhere else do we find so thoroughly detailed the principles and ideals underlying His kingdom and mission.

Grace and Peace: God’s Plan of Multiplication

Grace and Peace: God’s Plan of Multiplication

Former NAD President Charles Bradford once said: “The threat of hanging wonderfully clears the mind.” How apropos to a generation that ironically believes in its own invincibility yet is surrounded by harbingers of a dark night in world history. This is not a cynical or nihilistic statement, but an observation of the current political upheavals, ca

No, You Can’t

No, You Can’t

I’ve been reading through Steps to Christ again (for the hundredth time) lately, and last week I noticed a word that kept popping up repeatedly. Intrigued by the thought, I decided to search how many times the word was used in the small book and the context in which it was used. What I discovered was fascinating. And critical. The word is “cannot,”