1 John 1 - Koinonia is a greek word used to talk about the church and the relationships within churches. How much does this matter to me? How much am I willing to invest into a Koinonia? Fellowship with the Saints 2 Corinthians 6:14 - If you’re not walking in the light you cannot have... Read More
1 John 4 - God could not have done a better job of proving that he loved us. He sent his son so that we might live through him. This is an ongoing relationship that produces life in us. The poorest person on earth who has Christ is far better off than the richest person... Read More
Would you say that you are a steward? 1 Corinthians 6:19-20 - we are all stewards. Stewards of everything. When we think of a steward the main thing that we are concerned with is whether or not they are a trustworthy and faithful steward. Genesis 15 - Abraham had a serious situation. He needed to... 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
1 John 3:11-24 - There are three lessons we want to think about from this passage. Our Fruit Should Be a Reassurance There are times when it is hard to know whether our heart is telling us the truth or not. There are people who feel like they are fine and are not fine with... Read More
1 John 2:29-3:10 A few things that we want to look at today. Being God's Children How do we, as God's Children, behave? How is this passage useful today? Being God's Children You cannot find a righteous person who is not a child of God. People born of God live righteous lives. This is the... Read More
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