Or, When God Hates Our Worship
Or, Two Types of Confession
Forgiving Just as Jesus Forgives
Sin separates at every level.
Killing doesn't end with abortion.
Bitterness is a bad, bad thing.
When Good Works Dirty Our Conscience
Or, Don't unseat the gods of gluttony and lethargy while letting environmentalism take their place.
Plant. Weed. Wait.
Throwing the Baby out with the busted LED lights.
Or, Disobedience from the Delivered
Wanting to live righteously only comes with the Helper.
The world has the wrong god(s).
Be thankful in the moment.
Worldliness is not a way to win the world.
There's a reason why God prioritizes orphan care.
It's good not to get used to it.
Or, The Obedience Objective
And a short time to run.
Confession of sin is part of our worship.
Hide it under a pretense, no!
Poor execution might not be the only problem.
Reaping fruit for which we did not labor.
Sometimes being troubled is being disobedient.
There is more than one way not to love.
Considering the "just as Jesus" clause.
No sin is hidden from Christ.
Or, The Blessing of Doing Jesus' Words
Or, once bathed, always bathed (as Christians).
How the zealous and the jealous are related.
Or, a culture that knows how to criticize Christians.
The gospel goes after the ungrateful.
Confession is not the right time to think about our neighbor more than ourselves.
The fear of man is catchy.
We should know and like judgment and mercy better.
Fruit comes from seeds that die.
Or, even small drums can make sizable sound.
It takes two to make a hypocrite.
Avoiding erratic dualism and anemic evangelism.
Our hope is in Jesus who forgives hopelessness.
Why it's not okay not to hope.
Jesus offers forgiveness to the worst first.
Love keeps our eyes open.
Or, the unwisdom of singing songs to heavy hearts.
One difference between submission and repentance.
Consumer culture can't last.
True authority uses its power for more than making much of oneself.
Go ahead and repent.
Sheep should listen to the Shepherd.
We increase in affections for God as we become more like God.
We reap what we sow.
God gladly forgives His children who confess their sin.
Christ is a great Savior for sinners.
A good test of our transformation is if we can rejoice with those who rejoice.
What makes Christmas so hard?
The benefit of a clear conscience.
For every Christian, lies belong to a previous life and a previous father.
A son's deeds demonstrate the son's dad.
Doers of the Word will serve orphans and widows.
Responding poorly to others responding poorly.
Current political candidates are the fruit of the worship we've sown.
When we confess our sin God doesn't sin, He forgives.
Love for our neighbor is a big deal.
Laying aside sin is necessary for the race of faith.
Repentance is not a lukewarm decision.
Confession 101 - Lesson 5 - Confess to whomever you sinned against.
Confession 101 - Lesson 4 - My sin is worst.
Confession 101 - Lesson 3 - No one makes us sin.
Confession 101 - Lesson 2 - We all sin.
Confession 101 - Lesson 1 - Sin is bad.
Confessing our sins doesn't make us great.
A brief response to "No purfect people allowed" church signage.
Getting help from God for Project One Voice.
We can't worship God without the help of His Spirit.