Monday, December 31, 2007

Throughout the centuries, mankind has worshipped many different gods. And this isn't just a think of the past, it's true also today. However, as we see in Isaiah 45:20-25, there is only one true God and only he can save. This message can be heard or downloaded at

Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Somehow and in some point in time, the message of Christmas got changed. No longer is it a message of grace and love. Instead, it's a message of works and entitlement. But the true message of Christmas is a message of redemption. And because of this, this is what should be reflected in our celebration. This message can be heard at

Monday, December 24, 2007

As we read about the birth of Jesus, we see that he was no ordinary child. He is the Son of God and the Savior of mankind. If we really believe this, if we really believe in Jesus, if we really believe him to be the unique Son of God, then we must trust in him as our Savior and submit to him as our Lord. This message can be heard at

Monday, December 17, 2007

When we look at the gospels, we see that Jesus made some great claims about himself. The apostles and the writers of the New Testament also made great claims about him. But is all of this true? In this message based on Matthew 11:2-15, we see that not only did Jesus make great claims, he backed them up. He fulfilled the Old Testament prophecies regarding the coming Messiah and he also did what no ordinary man can do. This message can be heard at

Monday, December 10, 2007

In addition to being a season of waiting, the season of Advent is also a season of preparation. In Matthew 3:1-12 we see that John the Baptist prepared the people for the coming of the kingdom of heaven by calling them to repentance. In the same way, we prepare for our Christmas celebration and for the Lord's return. This message can be heard or downloaded at

Monday, December 03, 2007

We're now in the season of Advent. And one of the things we do at this time is anticipate the return of Christ. Jesus assures us that he will return, so we must be prepared for his coming; we must be expecting his coming. Without a heart of expectancy, we'll miss out on the Day of the Lord. To hear this message or to download it, click on this link,