In essence, the text contains a warning from Peter to the church that they shouldn't be surprised when they are rejected and persecuted for the sake of Christ, and in fact they should rejoice in that form of suffering.
In this sermon, I covered the concept of Solus Christus (Christ Alone). I felt like I was holding a candle up to the sun.
In October 2017 we preached through the 5 "Sola's" of the Protestant Reformation. These are essential principles that changed the course of the church from where it had headed into error, and put the scandalous gospel of grace back into the ears, minds and hearts of the people who so desperately needed it. In this... Continue Reading →
This text is as well known and overused as Footprints. But it is powerful when understood in the context of God's love for his church.
This past weekend, I had the immense privilege of preaching twice at The Call Conference in Pretoria for my good friend Rory Dyer. It was a very special time and I am always so grateful and humbled that people would trust me enough to share at these sorts of things. On Friday night I spoke... Continue Reading →