Grace can be a noun. It is a thing. It is the unmerited and undeserved blessings God grants to all men and women. Grace can be used in an adjectival sense. As God grants rebellious men and women more than they deserve, God is showing himself to be gracious. This is one of his divine … More All We Do Is Grace People
In Acts 3, following the miraculous healing of the man born lame, a crowd gathers in the temple. Peter begins to preach, and in the introduction of his sermon he asks two questions. “… Men of Israel, why do you wonder at this, or why do you stare at us, as though by our own … More Who is he? Who are we?
It is a spring afternoon in Jerusalem, and at the temple is a hurting brother. He is a man who has been born lame, and this is nothing new. He has suffered in this condition for more than 40 years. On this day, what is he doing at the House of Prayer? He is not … More Worship, Evangelism, and Leaping