Author: Doug Meadows

  • Mercy

    Grace is receiving something you do not deserve. Mercy is not receiving what you do deserve. Our text mentions the term under consideration. It is my objective to contemplate the subject of mercy.

  • The Gospel

    I want you to know why it is we come here and what it is we declare. I want you to know, plain and simple, about the gospel.

  • What If You Knew?

    What if you knew the future. How would you respond? For me, I think too much information is not good for us. May we learn from Hezekiah's experience.

  • Pray and Do

    The Bible teaches us to pray. Sometimes prayer is all we think we need. Then, sometimes we have no need of prayer. I submit unto you that both of these extremes are wrong.

  • Little is Much

    Often, our resources are not very much. As a result, we might wonder what good we are doing. I submit unto you that your labor for Jesus is worthwhile. Your impact is greater than you think.

  • The Gentle Jesus

    We are familiar with the dual concept of strength yet tenderness, "solid as a rock" yet sensitive. I direct your attention to the sovereign Son of God Who is more loving than anyone you know.

  • Everlasting Punishment

    We often describe Hell. I submit that we then fail to consider that Hell is also punitive in measure. For this reason, I draw your attention to the text to consider everlasting punishment.

  • The Love of God

    Our society has a great deal to say about love, yet, it is a top virtue missing in our society. To no surprise, for Jesus said, "the love of many shall wax cold." Let's think about God's love.