"Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life." Though the Bible is remarkable in its origin, and in matters of medicine, science, history and prophecy; its revelation of Jesus and its life applications are its greatest gifts.
Jesus Christ is coming again. The Bible says so. But why is He coming? What will He do when He comes? Why should His coming be important to me or you? To help answer those questions, let’s review why He came the first time.
Jesus has been under attack in our world for many years. I invite you to consider the first four verses of 1 John. These verses contend that Jesus Christ is the only way to God. Although much of our culture disagrees with this idea and poses clever arguments against it, this passage shows that Jesus
When a mother is NOT joyful, her children don't want to be around her, and neither does her husband. This sermon will help to identify joy-stealers, and better yet, offers Biblical solutions so that she may indeed become "a joyful mother of children" Psalm 113:9
God invites us to enter into the kingdom of heaven, in spite of how broken, sinful and ruined our lives may be. That kingdom is a treasure that everything must be given up to win, but it's a treasure that changes our entire life.
"Let her be covered"--is this an out-dated ordinance? Follow this thoughtful exposition of 1 Corinthians 11; seven reasons are given in this passage that explain why a Christian woman will want to obey this command, and thus find and fill her role in God's authority structure.
A pastor calls his congregation to spiritual life and renewal. What are the "life leaks" that drain churches of the power and life of the Spirit? …Anger, secret desires, inconsistency, bitterness, falseness, addictions, sin and more.
Bitterness is like a leech. It attaches itself to and feeds on you, draining the life from you. Bitterness is rebellion against God. How do you respond to life? Do you let the unpleasant circumstances make you bitter?
Thoughtful Christian courtship is the perfect foundation to genuine, enduring love in marriage. When faith and romance meet, youth should remember these essential ideas: counsel; full surrender; Christ the centre; then follow your heart.