It is more glorious than the Super Bowl, World Series and all major concerts or activities and millions of Christians participate in this event every Sunday. What is this event called………The Lord’s Supper.
It is said that God loves us but what type of love is this? Is it the same love that a person has for their spouse, children, parents or even favorite hobby? Or could God’s love be much deeper than that, beyond our understanding and to the point that we could say that God is deeply in love with me or even crazy in love with me? Let’s examine the scriptures to see what we find.
What is your calling? What is your purpose? For some, this is a very difficult question to answer and for others, they have know their calling from childhood. In today’s study of the book of Nehemiah, we will see how Nehemiah received his calling and the steps that lead up to it.
It is that time of year again, what time, time to make New Year’s resolutions, time to start the year afresh. If you are making resolution for the new year or setting goals in general, there is one thing that should be at the top of your list every year: To know Him, Christ Jesus.
There is a motivation behind every decision in life, from the food that we eat to the clothes that we wear. But what should be our motivation to live holy lives unto God? The Apostle Peter helps us to answer this question in 1 Peter 2:9.
What is the objective of the Gospel? Is it heaven? Is it new life? Why did Jesus die on a cross, what did it accomplish and how does it affect the way we live our lives? God is the objective of the Gospel.
Does the bible have anything to say about sadness and depression or is it silent to this issue? In our study of psalm 42, we will encounter a severely depressed person. We will also discuss the cause of his depression and get some battle tested encouragements for winning the fight. So grab your bibles and strap up. Let’s win this fight against sadness and depression.
In this message Brian and Jerome tag team preach through Colossians 3:1-3. Brian shows the theology of what is true about the believer in Christ – he has died and risen with Christ. Jerome shows how we are to live out that truth in our day to day lives.
Therefore I urge you brethren, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies a living and holy sacrifice, acceptable to God, which is your spiritual service of worship. And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, so that you may prove what the will of God is, that which is good and acceptable and perfect.