Hyper-Victorious . . . Divinely Secured

What are you most afraid of in this world? Christ has conquered it. What consistently knocks you down? Christ has overcome it. What accusation does the enemy keep whispering in your ear? Christ has forgiven it. That's the gospel. That's the truth that grips us every second of our lives.

The Five Points of Security

Paul has been accused at times of being heady and analytical in his writings. In certain discussions of theological matters, he can seem too systematic and cold. But not so in this passage. Paul turns poetic as the vibrant, colorful images of Christ's love dance across the pages from his heart to ours.

Answering Eternal Questions

There is no devil cunning enough and no accuser credible enough to convince God to change His verdict of innocence over us. If the Judge Himself stands in our defense, who can stand against us?

The Unbreakable Chain

The principle of predestination which Paul so passionately describes in Romans 8:29-30 is not a negative principle but a positive one. Paul isn't crippling our freedom of will; he is giving it wings to fly even higher.

Safely Home

Imagine a sheep trying to live in the wild without a shepherd. Picture it standing alone in the forest: lost, wandering, defenseless and blind to all surrounding dangers. That is a picture of us apart from Christ.

The Wounds of Jesus, Part 2

The wounds of Jesus provide the most difficult paradox of Christian theology: namely, the marriage between God's holiness and man's savagery. But beyond the infinite complexities lies this simple reality: by His wounds we have been healed.

The Wounds of Jesus, Part 1

The wounds of Jesus provide the most difficult paradox of Christian theology: namely, the marriage between God's holiness and man's savagery. But beyond the infinite complexities lies this simple reality: by His wounds we have been healed.

The Supernatural Level of Live

For us, the Christian life isn't just difficult or severe or extremely taxing; it is impossible. That's why Peter doesn't merely call us to mimic Christ; he calls us to surrender to Him.

Surprising Submission, Part 2

Rebel! Resist! Revolt! These are society's responses to unjust leaders, but should they be ours as well? Stephen brings us the surprising answer from his study of 1 Peter.

Surprising Submission, Part 1

Rebel! Resist! Revolt! These are society's responses to unjust leaders, but should they be ours as well? Stephen brings us the surprising answer from his study of 1 Peter.

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