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  • I am The Lord's Centurion

    Without compassion the warrior is but his enemy, a heathen who thirsts for blood and power. Cornelius exacted true justice showing mercy and judgment. “For he is God’s minister to you for good. But if you do evil, be afraid; for he does not bear the sword in vain; for he is God’s minister, an avenger to execute wrath on him
    who practices evil” (Romans 13:4, NKJV). Cornelius was a minister to the people for good, but for those who practiced evil he stood ready to confront them with the sword and ferociously protect his people.
  • Weekly Advent: The Promise

    Though Mary watched Jesus suffer and inevitably die, she felt this strong sense that it was not over. She pondered the feeling deep in her heart, but wondered, “How my Lord? How can the ministry of Jesus carry on? She remembered the promise; that He would save her people from their sins.
  • Weekly Advent: Love

    A voice, a mighty voice spoke to John. It was like a trumpet blast, raging waters and the thundering of a powerful storm all at once. John turned to see the one that spoke to him, and he saw One that looked like his Master. But this One who stood before Him, stood and looked at John with a raging fire in His eyes. His garment was white and pure, a golden band was about his chest. This One held the glory and power of the stars within His hands, and His countenance shown like the sun in its full might on a hot summer day.
  • Weekly Advent: Peace

    Gaius heard the words of Peter, he heard the name of Jesus Christ, he heard the Gospel, and believed. He was speechless, indeed not even a voiceless word could be uttered within his mind, for he had surrendered himself completely to the words spoken by Peter. Gaius felt an incredible weight lift from his shoulders that he did not know was there. It was like there were heavy chains that were hung around his shoulders, chains he chose to drag along day by day by day until he forgot they were even there.
  • Weekly Advent: The Hope of Simeon

    “Now hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been poured out in our hearts by the Holy Spirit who was given to us.” (Romans 5:5)
  • The Great & Awesome Day

    How does Malachi's description of "The Great and Awesome Day" impact how you do your job? For me it completely revolutionized my perspective on why God called me into police work.
  • Who do you say that I am?

    When Jesus asked His disciples "But who do you say that I am? Peter knew that Jesus's identity didn't lie in the fact that he was a carpenter or a great teacher. Jesus was so much more, he was the Messiah, the Chosen King. But What about you? Do you define yourself by what you do or what you have accomplished? If you do, you are missing what Peter saw, something so much more.
  • Pride, Prayer, and Cardio

    We pray for our food, when we attend church, and throughout our day; but when was the last time you prayed while you were slaying yourself during a workout?
  • Playing Favorites

    Favoritism is apart of daily life. We naturally find ourselves drawn to certain people. While this can be a good thing, it can also be dangerous and corrosive if left unchecked.
  • No one is coming. It's up to us.

    When we fight, we aren’t alone; our God goes before us into battle. The outcome is already known. Our safety isn't even in our hands. So no one else maybe be coming, but it's not just up to us. 
  • No Compromise

    The enemy is waiting and will not rest. Stand firm, be ready, and above all, no compromise.
  • Unspoken Courage

    When was the last time you or someone else described Jesus as courageous? It's an attribute that we generally don't credit him for, it's time we start.