October, 2020

October 25, 2020

This month is Reformation Month, where we talk about the life of Martin Luther and his participation in the Reformation. The central focus of the Reformation is the doctrine of justification and salvation and how we are justified and saved by faith alone, through Christ alone. There is nothing that we can do in and of ourselves to attain salvation. Only through the blood of Christ can we be saved and once we are saved, we can never be snatched from His hand (John 10:22-30). Happy Reformation Month and God Bless!

“Reformation Day!”


October 18, 2020

Good morning! We begin with Isaiah 11 this week, in a message titled “The Saving Branch!”

“The Saving Branch!”


October 11, 2020

God is the only one that is good – good that we cannot understand because of our fallen nature and the Holiness and Righteousness that is God. In Isaiah 10, God’s wrath continues towards His people, both faithful and unfaithful, but it will not continue forever and a remnant will return (Isaiah 10:20-23). In our depraved and fallen state, since the fall of Adam, we have hated God. It is in our nature to hate that which is good, yet in God’s perfect goodness and grace, He still saves those whom He has chosen to be His and those whom He has called. Though there may be suffering, even towards His own, God is in control and all will be justified according to His will.

“Faithful Promises in Tribulation!”


October 4, 2020

The people in power are robbing people’s rights that are God-given in Isaiah chapter 10. Because of their wickedness, the people will face God’s wrath, and His hand will stay stretched out against them. “Woe to those who enact evil statutes And to those who constantly record unjust decisions, so as to deprive the needy of justice and rob the poor of My people of their rights, so that widows may be their spoil and that they may plunder the orphans.” (Isaiah 10:1-2). God is rightfully and justly angry towards His people, who have refined everything to fit into their own image. God, however, will not be mocked and man will reap what they sow.

“Sowing and Reaping!”