Who would you say is the worst member of the Brackenhurst Baptist Church? That is a sobering, yet important, question. Perhaps you are thinking of that member who refuses to faithfully gather with the body as we come together to worship, learn and serve. Or
Recently, we sang the decades-old song by Jack Hayford: “Majesty.” Its lyrics are simple but, well, majestic: Majesty, worship his majesty: Unto Jesus be all glory, honour and praise. Majesty, kingdom, authority: Flows from his throne, unto his own, his anthem raise. In the passage
Having seen some of the promises that attend the wisdom of trusting God (vv. 1–12), and having observed what should be the norm for every Christian—blessedness, happiness (vv. 13–20)—we now complete our study of Proverbs 3 with a look at more benefits that attend the
Many things that we now take for granted began in very small, unnoticed ways and, often, in out-of-the-way places. For example, Microsoft began in a college dorm room by a young man who would soon drop out of university. Apple had a similarly inauspicious beginning.