REVELATION

God’s Word ends with a glorious vision to the Apostle John as he sits in prison on the island of Patmos. John wrote this final letter to the seven churches that were very close to the island of Patmos.  At the time this letter was written the body of Christ was being brutally attacked. Today…

PHILLIPIANS

This letter is full of Paul’s infectious joy! Whenever these inspired words are read, it is like the Spirit inside is dancing in delight. While you read this letter, consider the fact that Paul was in prison, chained to a guard as he wrote it. His words are a bright light of hope for all.…

EPHESIANS

In this letter to the people in Ephesus, and to us today, Paul gives us insights into the meaning of Church. It is a living, expanding organism that our heavenly Father planned from the very beginning. This letter speaks to the soul’s longing for purpose within the family of God. The apostle John made it clear;…

GALATIANS

This letter written by Paul is addressed to the believers in the region of Galatia. He opens with a clear greeting that he was not sent by man but by God. “Grace and peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ, who gave Himself for our sins to rescue us from…

SECOND CORINTHIANS

The Christians in Corinth caused their founding pastor Paul more grief than any of the other churches. God gives each of us immeasurable patience, mercy and forgiveness, so we are expected to issue the same measure unto ourselves, and to others. People that accept Jesus as Lord, are not suddenly all polished up into mannerly, forgiving…

FIRST CORINTHIANS

Paul was about 50 years old when he entered Corinth as a tradesman making tents. By going into business with the already successful Aquila and Priscilla, Paul was able to support himself while funding his missionary work. Corinth was a wealthy seaside city in Greece with a reputation of being progressively promiscuous.  There were abundant…