Audio Sermon: John 21 – You Follow Me!

The following sermon is one I gave at my home church, North Lynnwood Bible Chapel on John 21 - a passage that closes out the Gospels and sheds light on an important, life-changing event between Peter and Jesus. John 21: You Follow Me! - July 27, 2014You can find the rest of my sermons from the past few years via... Continue Reading →

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A Terrible and Wonderful Longing

The chief goal of humankind can be summed-up in a search for two things: to be eternally loved and eternally happy. The ultimate purpose of religion, philosophy, and utopian ideals is the grandiose promise to achieve this end. It is not only religion, philosophy, and utopian ideals which try and bring us love and happiness, for... Continue Reading →

Emmanuel: Making a Masterpiece

Listen to this while you read - Instrumental of "What Child is This?" :    It's Christmas, a season known for the frenetic shopping in malls and stores, of families decorating the Christmas tree, and the rich smells of melted chocolate and home cooking migrating out of the kitchen. Surely Christmas Day is the most... Continue Reading →

Warrior, King, and Peacemaker

Reading: Psalm 46 This morning as I write, there are some extremely controversial nuclear negotiations going on in Geneva, Switzerland. The US is backing what Israel terms a "bad deal" with Iran to allow it to continue building nuclear weapons aimed at annihilating Israel. Many attempt to ignore Iran's true desires in the name of... Continue Reading →

Messiah’s Hope – Meditations on Psalm 22 (Part 2 of 2)

In case you missed it, here is Part 1. (Context: Looking at the connection between David's Psalm and the parallels to the suffering, rejection, and crucifixion of Christ. Part 2 continues this trend, yet also looks at the prophesied resurrection of Messiah.) “You lay me in the dust of death” (Psalm 22:15b) is such an important phrase,... Continue Reading →

Rising from the Ashes (Part 1 of 2)

I often marvel at God’s graciousness and wisdom in using our foolishness, lack of foresight, and even sin to His glory. Be it through Scripture, the reading of biographies, or from personal experiences this truth is readily visible to any who would ponder such a thought. Why would a good, pure, and holy God care... Continue Reading →

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