Luke 1:6 - Zechariah and Elizabeth Luke 1:38 - Mary Matthew 1, 2 - Joseph - every time God spoke Joseph obeyed swiftly Luke 2 - Simeon & Anna - servants at heart Luke - Shepherds - Wisemen Sermon Text: Psalm 100 - God wants us to be faithful servants but he also wants us... Read More
Texts: John 3:16, Isaiah 7:14, Luke 1:11, Luke 2, John 1:14 In the joy of Christmas let us not lose sight of the incredible cost of Christ coming to earth, living among the people, and dieing as a sacrifice that allows us to be sons and daughters of the King!
Isaiah 40:1-31 Isaiah is addressing this letter to the people of Israel. Before they were even in captivity. He gives strength to the weary, and gives power to the week. He gently leads those who have young. There is no possibility of us as humans holding the moon and stars and heavenly bodies in their... 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
Which is the greatest institution of God? The home or the church? The same things that make marriage work, makes the church work. It takes commitment to make a marriage work and to make a church work. Adoption is a wonderful thing, a family reaching out and saying, "we want you to be a part... Read More
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
Isaiah 50:4-7, Psalms 19:12-14 God knows our words even before we speak. God will judge our words. We should all be concerned that all our words are acceptable to God. Words come from the heart...the heart is the real person. Words carry messages. Words are like trucks. Some are empty, some carry explosives, some carry treasures.... Read More