Godliness is a community project. After being told to love the truth, Paul instructs Titus now to teach the truth. In doing so, God paints a compelling vision of what a Christian community ought to look like and how it comes about.

The Bible describes the time we’re living in as the last days. Part of that means Jesus has poured out his Spirit so that we would be empowered be his witnesses to the end of the earth. But not only that, we have God’s Spirit so that we can be optimistic in our fight against sin.

The Old Testament is a book without an ending and can be summed up as "He's coming". As we turn the pages of the New Testament, we meet Jesus who announces: "I'm here" and with him comes the kingdom of God. Jesus shows he is God's ultimate person, God's ultimate place and God's ultimate ruler who showers us with the ultimate blessing.

With Israel in spiritual winter, enter the prophets. God’s appointed mouthpieces delivered revealed hard hearts, announced God’s judgment, spoke of His holiness whilst giving an expectation of certain hope.

Ever asked or been asked why is the world is the way it is today? The answer is sin. But it's one thing to KNOW about sin, it's another to FEEL the weight and gravity of our sin.

Matthew isn’t so much concerned with presenting the evidence for the resurrection but instead the implications of Jesus rising back to life. Jesus’ last words provide a clarity, a challenge and a comfort.

We all hate a cover-up But what if Jesus’ resurrection was a scam? Matthew outlines two attempts to cover-up the fact that Jesus really did rise from the grave and shows us what the right response looks like.

That Christ will return is a certainty, the exact date is a mystery. In the meantime, Jesus wants us to prepared for his imminent return.

In a world that chases after status, greatness, recognition from others for our achievements, Jesus offers a different perspective: you need to descend to greatness. Jesus was the ultimate demonstration of this by descending to death.

Peter, James and John experienced a once in a lifetime event that they would remember for the rest of their lives. However, as memorable as it would have been, there is one key life lesson that applies to all of us

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