Christ’s first coming was in love and grace, for the purposes of salvation. We need to spread the Gospel because when He returns it will be in judgement.
In Luke 19:1-10 God clearly laid it on Zaccheus’s heart to see Jesus, he behaved in a manner frowned upon by his fellow Jews. And even worse Zaccheus was a chief of tax collectors in Jericho. And yet God drew his heart to Him and saved Zaccheus from his sin. Only through Jesus can we…
Obedience is central to the Christian life. It is the evidence of true faith and brings God’s blessings
God has ordained the number of our days and He wants us to use them wisely. Through the power of His word and His Spirit believers can glorify God through their lives.
What were the distinctives of the early church and what can we learn from them today? This message presents the biblical basis for serving in the church.
What can we learn from the details of the land distribution parts of Joshua? In chapters 15 through 17 we discover that true contentment especially at Christmas is found only in recognizing the Giver of the greatest gift of all.
It’s easy to slip into considering ourselves more highly than others. Yet as Jesus demonstrated, if anyone is to be honored, he is first of all to be humble. For God brings down the proud and exalts the humble. Just one more area where Christianity is “upside down” from the world’s thinking.
Jesus gave us a wonderful parable in Matthew 20:1-16 about a land owner and his laborers, showing us how God is not partial to those He calls. God treats us all the same whether we come to Him as a little child or on our death bed. We often think that God owes us, but…
Jesus’s teaching on the most important question we could ever ask.
Joshua 14 helps us understand that faith anchored in God’s Word is the key to knowing when to stand against the current and how to continue to stand. That serves to encourage others to stand as well.