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
We need to be prepared if we are going to be climbing mountains. Some things you’ll need as you climb - each of these have spiritual parallels as well. A good set of hiking shoes Plenty of water A map of the area you’ll be visiting Not only will you need to be prepared with... Read More
Ephesians 4:1-16 Salvation is a gift from God. None of us are worthy in and of ourselves. It is only through Christ that we can live a changed life walking as Jesus would have us to. At Christmas time there is often a pile of gifts, different shapes, different sizes, different things. The church is... 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
1 John 2:2 - He himself is the propitiation for our sins, and not only for ours, but also for those of the whole world! Let's look at this verse and try to understand it. There are basically two ways to think of this... Jesus provided a potential for forgiveness for everyone. Unlimited Atonement. Jesus... Read More
Ephesians 5:1-21 We are often struck with a thought of "where did the time go?" We all find ourselves in "times" or "seasons" of life. Regardless of where we are in life we are called to live and take advantage of the moments that we find ourselves living in. Often times it is the mundane... Read More
3 John 4, Isaiah 61:3, Job 7, Romans 8:28, Job - Life is serious and short. You can live a life of pleasure committed to sinful things or you can live a life dedicated to Christ and to the church. When we are born we all have a specific number of days assigned us. For... Read More
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