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Sat, May 28th @ 6:30am
Matthew Maher presents Daily Dose: Jesus said, “He who is without sin among you, let him throw a stone at her first” (John 8:7).

You may be the only Bible somebody reads and you just may be the very "stone" that somebody needs. And if you are to be a biblical stone, then you cannot afford to throw cynical or critical stones. Being a stone is not about being hard, but it's about knowing your weighed words will be heard, so your actions also need to be solidified in the Word. And even if someone throws....
The Chemistry of Impact (the Law of His Element)
Thu, May 26th @ 7:00pm
"What's the "Chemistry of Impact"? Well, consider how God created us, how He wrote out our days for us, how He paid the penalty of sin for us, how He rose from the dead for us, and now how He lives through us so that salvation may be seen in us. In other words, the only thing left for us to do is to partner up with Jesus, who is the atomic glue. In Him all things consist, and it is with Him that impact begins. Now that's chemistry."
Fri, May 27th @ 6:30am
Matthew Maher presents Daily Dose: True love doesn't just plan for a wedding, but it plans for a marriage. In other words, too many "love stories" end prematurely and lead to alimony simply because they only focused on the bells and whistles of a singular day instead of understanding the life-long commitment of holy matrimony. For me personally, I am grateful for the wife of my life who wanted the dedication of marriage more than she wanted just the celebration of a wedding.
Thu, May 26th @ 6:30am
Matthew Maher presents Daily Dose: A life cannot be holy salvaged until it knows full wreckage. We may not understand this, but wisdom requires us to stand under this. You see, without being fully undone, we usually don't find it necessary to rely on the only begotten Son. It's when we have come to the complete end of ourselves that we become completely aware of our need for Jesus. This is what I will call "full wreckage." This is often the prerequisite to being holy salvaged.