Yesterday was Pentecost Sunday and I shared some thoughts on Acts 2 and the coming of the Holy Spirit. You can read that post here or even watch the video version on my Facebook page – Andy Brown on Facebook . Acts 2 is a fairly lengthy chapter, so I won’t include the entire text…
— Read on andy-brown.org/2020/06/01/peter-preaches/
All I can say is a huge happy birthday to the Berry bunch! If you’re not familiar with this wonderful ministry, then I encourage you to check it out. Praying God’s blessing over the entire family on this day, and for many future birthdays!
Today we turn three years old. Our first post was published on 19th April, 2020.
You can read up on what we were setting out do at the beginning …
On this Resurrection Sunday, I share the message I gave at last year’s sunrise service at our church.
He is risen! Just as he said he would! Praise the living God! ￼￼
Happy Easter! It was my privilege to share for a few minutes this morning at our early morning sunrise service on this Resurrection Sunday. I share below a recording of the message which I hope you enjoy. May you be eternally blessed this Easter weekend! A message from Andy on Easter Sunday morningA message from…
— Read on andy-brown.org/2022/04/17/just-as-he-said-he-would/
What does Good Friday mean to you? For the Christian, it means everything.
Good Friday is the day where we remember the cross, and the death that Jesus Christ died on our behalf. It is hard to grasp what that truly means. The perfect, sinless, Son of God gave up His life for us – imperfect, sinful, unholy creatures who called for His crucifixion in the crowd.
You might not think of yourself as a “sinner” but you need not be a murderer to qualify. Ever lied? Ever hurt someone’s feelings? Ever not done something you knew you should have? Then, like me, you are in the club…
Sin leads to death and separation from God. While that may not bother you now, one day you will leave this Earth and have to face God. In that moment, you will experience an eternity paying for those sins.
But praise God! He has made a way out by sending His Son – Jesus Christ – who lived and died for us.
If you want to be sure of your eternal future, then place your faith in Christ. Trust Him with your entire life.
I now share a few thoughts from a good friend – Andy Berry of the Berry Bunch, and pray that if you need to, you will respond today – on this Good Friday. And may I take this opportunity to wish you a very blessed Resurrection season!
I am reposting this article about worship songs today. There are some wonderful songs out there, and tremendous hymns of praise. The point of the below is not to ruin that!
We need to give thought to our worship. And we should be careful about what songs we sing when it comes to worship. Not every song with a Christian label is good for us. I hope the below gives you some thought and make your worship be pure before God today. ￼￼￼
I’ve been thinking about worship songs recently. In particular, their content and origin. This began several months ago when singing the song “Christ is Enough for me…” It got me thinking… is Christ really enough? Of course He is, but what I mean is – is enough an adequate term to describe the One Who redeemed us?…
— Read on andy-brown.org/2019/02/25/christ-is-enough/
I heard someone talking about John 3:16 the other day, and wanted to share a few brief points from it. These are not theological in nature, but just some interesting quirks specifically to the English NIV translation… it’s more interesting than I’ve just made it sound! John 3:16 is arguably one of the most well…
— Read on andy-brown.org/2022/10/01/the-gospel-in-one-verse/
Sharing an older post today on the 10 Commandments. I hope you enjoy! ￼
Yesterday I wrote about one of the proverbs, and it was ultimately a post about stealing. You can read it here – It’s Not Really Stealing… I referred to one of the Ten Commandments which clearly tells us we should not steal. It got me thinking about the Commandments as a whole and so perhaps…
— Read on andy-brown.org/2020/05/01/the-ten-commandments/