QUYỀN NĂNG CAO CẢ CỦA ĐỨC CHÚA TRỜI Ở VIỆT NAM (Ê-phê 1:4-5)

Replacing our assumptions with God’s love

‘The Christian life, from one angle, is the long journey of letting our natural assumption about who God is, over many decades, fall away, being slowly replaced with God’s own insistence on who he is. This is hard… Read More

Garments of grace

‘So, Father, as we reach for the garments of grace in the closet of the Gospel today–“compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience,” empower us to live and love to your glory. So very Amen we pray, in Jesus’… Read More

Won over to a gentle Savior

‘When you look at the glorious older saints in your church, how do you think they got there? Sound doctrine, yes. Resolute obedience, without a doubt. Suffering without becoming cynical, for sure. But maybe another reason, maybe the… Read More

Battle sin with hope in God

‘In our battle with sin, are we called to wrestle, run, fight, and pray? Yes, we are, but our hope is not in our ability to do these things, but in the God of grace, who will war… Read More

Hopeful in Christ

‘You are sovereign, engaged, and trustworthy… whether we’re talking about the promotion that didn’t happen, or the car wreck that did; the bad cells that came back [from the doctor], or our prodigal that hasn’t (yet), job-related challenges… Read More

Resources for Christian Living

Ray Ortlund Jerry Bridges Scotty Smith Don Whitney John Piper Mark Dever David Platt Jerry Bridges Greg Gilbert Millard Erickson J. I. Packer Zane Pratt Tim Keller Paul Miller GSiV Resource Page

What is the gospel?

Below are just a few good points that a wise man makes clear in his article on the good news: ‘… God’s wonderful message to mankind. ‘… the Apostle Paul explains what is “of first importance” within the biblical message:… Read More

Helping pastors lead with more grace–and less legalism

Legalism is our attempts at trying to please God apart from his gospel. Thus, the good news is the solution to Christian legalism. Here are a few key truths for pastors to keep in mind: Humbly accept one… Read More

God does not want us to be strong

So often we approach God as though we’ve got something great to give him. Rarely do we realize our limitations and our need for him: ‘God does not want us to be strong. God wants to be our… Read More

Humility and conflict: Piper

Piper’s sermon (article) lists several points. Here’s one that’s especially important in conflict: “Humility knows and feels that it is fallible, and so considers criticism, and learns from it; but also knows that God has made provision for… Read More