Exodus 34:14 ESV
(for you shall worship no other god, for the LORD, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God),
Redeeming Jealousy: The Glory of Gods Exclusive Love
The word jealousy may bring to mind abusive spouses and insecure friends. So, what are we to think when we read, The Lord is a jealous God?
Can God Do Wrong, Such as Get Jealous?
Exodus 34:14 states, You must worship no other gods, for the Lord, whose very name is Jealous, is a God who is jealous about his relationship ...
Rejoice with Trembling
The only place safe from the wrath of God is in God.
Is Jealousy Really That Ugly?
We can rejoice in jealousy when it shows a pure and righteous characterwhen jealousy is associated with God.
How much of a priority should worship be in the church?
How much of a priority should worship be in the church? What does it mean to worship the Lord in spirit and truth?
Should we worship the Holy Spirit?
Should we worship the Holy Spirit? Is it biblical to worship any of the three members of the Trinity?
The Cure for Our Envy
While our love for Jesus ebbs and flows and is often fickle, his love is constant and unwavering. When we find our heart wandering in envy, we need to remember and return to him, the One who is always jealous for his Bride.
The Kind of Worship God Desires, Part 1
It seems to me that this may be the right time to address the subject of worship. I want to say at the outset that I am grateful to the Lord for His direction in helping us here at Grace Church to re...
The Three Most Important Things About Biblical Worship
This is an exciting week around Brushy Creek Baptist Church Taylors, where I have the opportunity to serve as pastor. Our new worship pastor, Tim Bottoms, starts today! Brushy Creek has gone through a unique transition