For the true Christian, the question is not “Am I perfect?” (Christ’s imputed righteousness has already met that need), but “Do I know Jesus?” Or better still, “Does Jesus know me?”
The people of God are living “in this hope”—the time between the advents of Christ when our joy is mingled with the countless “groanings” associated with a fallen world.
Shocking words. Words that may strike us as harsh on the surface. But what did he mean?
To lament the decline of cultural Christianity is to lament not simply the loss of a Christian consensus, but the loss of the social capital born of common grace that secular society was borrowing from.
Praying “Forgive us our debts” isn’t just a duty we have as sinners; it’s a privilege we have as sons.
When we fail to be kind to brothers and sisters in Christ, we are failing to trust God in some way, perhaps his power to change hearts or the sufficiency of his Word.
Dr. York sits down with Adam Dooley (senior pastor, Englewood Baptist Church in Jackson, TN) to discuss joyful friendship & preparing for life’s storms.
On this special LIVE episode of Pastor Well, Dr. York sits down with Heath Lambert (author, pastor of First Baptist Church in Jacksonville, FL) to discuss his testimony and the power of grace.
John of Damascus (676-749) is a model for how rich theology fuels Christian evangelism.
Dr. York sits down with Don Whitney (author, Personal Spiritual Disciplines; associate dean and professor of biblical spirituality, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) to discuss the unforgivable sin and encouraging doubting believers
The Christ who died and lives forever and ever tells Christians to Fear Not.
May we speak slowly and listen carefully, so that many souls be preserved by churches who abide by patient peacemaking.