Some people feel as if there is no hope for their lives.  The Bible holds out hope for eternal life through the Lord Jesus Christ.

Only Jesus Christ can give the forgiveness of sins that men and women desperately need.  Christ alone can reconcile God and sinners through His sacrifice on the cross.

The Bible says, Click to read more about “Christ the Savior”

Prior to Jesus’ crucifixion, Pilate asked Jesus about His kingdom.  The Lord Christ answered, “My kingdom is not of this world” (John 18:36).

Christ’s kingdom certainly includes the world as He has all authority in heaven and on earth (Mt. 28:18), but Christ’s kingdom did not originate from the world.  In other words, Click to read more about “Born to Reign”

The Bible reveals that man’s greatest problem is a problem of the heart. Unfortunately, there are people who believe that if they just fix their environment, social status, or economic standing, then all their problems will be solved.

Jesus Christ taught that what comes out of a man is that which defiles a man (Mark 7:20). In the words of God’s prophet Jeremiah, Click to read more about “A Heart Problem”

The word “gospel” simply means “good news.”  The gospel is the historic, revealed message concerning Jesus Christ. It is that record of events which focuses upon Christ’s life, death, and resurrection for sinners. It is important to understand this as some Christians with good intentions maintain that believers should “live the gospel.”

Technically, one cannot live the good news of Christ’s life, death, and resurrection for sinners – it is a message, it is a declaration, it is good news. One can live in light of it or one can let his conduct be worthy of it or one can pursue holiness; but to live out the events of Christ’s redemptive work on behalf of sinners, is simply not our calling. Click to read more about

The covenant of redemption is pretemporal, intratrinitarian, and foundational with reference to God’s dealings with his elect. It is referred to in the 2nd London Confession of Faith 1677/1689 (2LCF) 7:3 as “that eternal covenant transaction that was between the Father and the Son about the redemption of the elect” and 2LCF 8:1 further explains “It pleased God, in his eternal purpose, to choose and ordain the Lord Jesus, his only begotten Son, according to the covenant made between both, to be the mediator between God and man.” Click to read more about ” The Covenant of Redemption”