Let me warn you first... the audio for this particular podcast episode is pretty horrible. I apologize... totally my fault. 1 John 1:1-2:2 Although he doesn't specifically say it, it seems that this letter is written by John. John obviously had no idea how big things would get. He started his career as a lowly... Read More
1 Timothy 6 If we take a look at what we have and compare it to many in the world we are very rich. We have worked hard, we've (generally) earned what we have. Regardless of what we have or what we've accumulated we should not be proud of it. Ultimately all that we have... Read More
This is a message directed to fathers. It doesn't come from a place of having attained perfection as a father, but out of a call to deeper commitment to leading as God calls fathers to lead. Genesis - We see Adam in the garden as a groundskeeper. For Adam there wasn't a helper found. So... Read More
Deuteronomy 6:4-5 - It was often easier for the Children of Israel to recognize and fear the Lord than it was for them to remember to love him. Matthew 22:35 - This command of love for God and others will never be demoted. This first commandment is still the first. It supersedes doctrinal differences. It... Read More
Genesis 2:18-25, 1 Corinthians 11:3, Ephesians 6:4, Titus, 1 Peter - Leaders and help meets are never born with all of the qualifications they need. They are however able to grow. There is no doubt that the mother speaks a lot of influence into the future of a child. Holy Behavior 1 Peter 3:3 -... Read More
Psalm 1:2, Joshua 1:7-9 - What are we thinking about as we go about our days? Do we constantly reflect on Biblical truth and its principles? Many Christian people are in a rut, there is no or little joy in their Christian journey. Could it be that we are “doing it wrong” and have been... Read More
What is a saint? Are you and I saints? Isaiah 6:1-7 - Even our greatest efforts fall far short of God’s Holy and perfect standard. Deuteronomy 10:12-13 - A summary of God’s will and desire for his people. God expects the same of us today. At times it seems as if those who call themselves... Read More
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