1. Everything in Scripture is God revealing himself to his people, you and me.
  2. The Parable of the Lost Sheep bursts through the confines of convention and demands that we embrace the messiness of life and the unpredictable ways in which God's grace and forgiveness operates.
  3. It’s not our eloquence or persuasive rhetoric that changes hearts, but the Word of God that pierces through the hardened shells of unbelief and breathes life into the dead bones of sinners.
  4. God's faithfulness is constant and consistent. It knows no season. His love for us doesn't fade with the summer sun.
  5. Prayer is not just about asking for things. It's about receiving what has already been given to us in Christ.
  6. When we forget that we live by promise, that's when the danger tends to creep in. Because failing to embrace promise means we usually fall back into notions of luck, or even worse--into works.
  7. Tim wanted everyone to know to the deepest part of their being that they were justified by Christ alone.
  8. God wants his word of promise to be the only thing we bank on, the only thing we have confidence in.
  9. The drama of Scripture is about God renaming us by bringing us into his image-bearing family once again. And it would take “a name above all names” to accomplish it.
  10. The testimony of every son and daughter of God is, God has brought us through.
  11. A father's struggle to pray for his child's healing is one of the most difficult experiences he can face.
  12. Paul thinks the consequences of Christ not being raised are worse for those who believe than those who never did if it were to be true Christ was not raised.