God is accessible, we can reach out to him and experience what he offers us through Christ. Salvation and a holy life that is useful in the kingdom. Acts 17:22-34 - Paul is in Athens, waiting for Silas and Timothy. He had just been pushed out of Thessalonica and Berea and ended up in Athens.... Read More
John 11 - When Lazarus died Jesus came to the community. He cared. He cried. The Jews noticed… they said, “see how he loved Lazarus!” God gives comfort and healing over time, but life will never be quite the same. What has happened cannot be avoided or ignored, it is previous… We must hold to... Read More
Matthew 7:1-29 God is the one who divides asunder the soul and spirit discerning the very thoughts of everyone. Very often we don’t know all of the details about situations and we need to be careful before we jump to too many conclusions. When we are able to get the whole picture often times it... Read More
It is a great comfort to know that Jesus loves us. Whether we are young or whether we are older folks. Just as children are an important part of our church, so older folks are also a very important part of our churches and families. Ecclesiastes 12:1-7 - Solomon is here describing an older person... Read More
Faith and the Cloud of Witnesses Hebrews 12 - This is a familiar passage. It follows the chapter of faith, a chapter telling us what faith is. The substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things unseen. We see people who believed the promises of God and looked beyond the things of this... Read More
2 Timothy 3:1-4 - A somewhat depressing description of our times. Of mankind, unregenerate. It is important for children to learn to share and get along with others. We expect to see this be a struggle with children, we don’t expect adults to be this way. Unfortunately though, being selfish is something that we as... Read More
Romans 5:1-5 - We see the word "hope" in this passage a number of times. We know that it has a range of meanings. "I hope we have nice weather." "The hope of the glory of God." The opposite of hope is a miserable place. It is an awful thing. Despair. Darkness. Gloom. No encouragement.... Read More
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