A new song for contemplating Jesus’ work on the cross for sinners.
A new song based around the first question of the Heidelberg Catechism of 1563.
Despite our sinfulness and utter depravity, the Lord has chosen to deal graciously with us in Christ!
Singer/Songwriter Andrew Peterson asks "Is He Worthy?"
Do yourself a favor and learn this hymn. It will bolster your faith by reminding you of one thing that Jesus Christ is to His people: He is Our Sure and Steady Anchor. Written by Matt Papa and Matt Boswell. -Full lyrics and video below- "Christ the Sure and Steady Anchor" Christ the sure and steady... Continue Reading →
In Revelation 21 we read: Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away, and the sea was no more. And I saw the holy city, new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband. And I... Continue Reading →
The puritan, Thomas Goodwin, in expounding Hebrews 4:15 gives us the following encouragement. As you read it, take heart, Christian, for this is Christ's disposition towards you: "There is comfort concerning such infirmities, in that your very sins move him to pity more than to anger. This text is plain for it, for he suffers with... Continue Reading →
At the 2017 G3 Conference, we had the pleasure of sitting under the preaching of D.A. Carson. In one of his messages, entitled Soli Deo Gloria, he quoted a poem he had written called To The Praise Of His Glorious Grace. What an encouraging poem it is! *In some printings the last line of each... Continue Reading →
The first time Jesus came to us, He came to save sinners. The next time He comes will be for a different purpose. He will come to exercise His office as Judge against unrepentant sinners. A reminder of this truth will keep us sober. On October 11 & 18, 2015, Pastor Allen Cantrell delivered 2... Continue Reading →
Bethlehem. A humble town. A nobody’s town. Perfect. The mountains would have bowed down. The seas would have roared in praise. The trees clapped their hands. But not for this Ancient of Days. All He needed were a few shepherds and angels. And in this was His glory, not the towering greatness He laid aside,... Continue Reading →
Periodically, we like to post songs that we sing at Jackson Bible Church. We do this to demonstrate why we sing them, to give people a way to listen to them on their own for learning and personal worship, and to edify the larger Church of Jesus Christ if other believers are searching for good... Continue Reading →
Have you been wanting to try out twitter but don't really know who to follow? On the other hand, maybe you've been using twitter for a while now but are unaware of some of the best Christian accounts to follow. Twitter, like any social media, can be used for good and bad. With that being... Continue Reading →