The Christian is a New Man
The Christian is not someone who is trying to better themselves; the Christian is someone who has been recreated and made new.
Abiding in Christ
Jesus Christ is the True Vine for us to abide in and bear fruit. Fruit doesn't earn us salvation, but it is the infallible proof that our faith is genuine.
Be Renewed in the Spirit of Your Mind
So much of the Christian life consists of the mind being renewed and working properly. We must not settle for mere outward imitation and external conformity; we must be renewed in the spirit of our minds.
Give God No Rest
God makes amazing and incredible promises to us in His Word. But do the promises of God towards His people resemble our present condition?
Should I Only Marry a Virgin?
Is it an unreasonable standard to want to marry someone only if they are a virgin? Should their immoral past be more important than their present godliness?
Christianity is not just all about head knowledge and getting the facts right. We need the experiential reality of that knowledge to be vibrant in our own souls.
What is the “Old Man”?
What does the Bible mean when it talks about the "old man"? Do we still have the old man? Is the old man completely gone? Is there a tension or balance between the two?
The Exalted Christ
Sadly, we can love the idea of Jesus more than Jesus Himself. It's so easy to take our eyes off of Christ and put them on something else.
The LORD Regretted That He Had Made Man?
Genesis 6:6 - And the LORD regretted that he had made man on the earth, and it grieved him to his heart.
Two Obstacles: Angry Men and Immodest Women
Two great obstacles to the completion of the mission of the church are angry men and immodest women. In this sermon, Ryan Fullerton deals with 1 Timothy 2:8-10 to show how angry men who do not pray and women who dress...
Being a Christian is not just learning facts about Christ, but rather it is actually learning Christ personally. This is what causes us to live radically different from how we lived formerly.
The Worth of One Sinner
Many "churches" are impressed by big numbers, but Jesus is concerned about the individual. Christ considers one sinner worth dying for...