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
Isaiah 45, Romans 9:20 - Are you satisfied with the way God made you? Surrendering to the will of God is often not easy. There are times when we won’t know why, but it is the only place to be. All of us want to be part of the cool group don’t we? The pharisees... Read More
Revelation 5:9 - Every tribe, every nation, every kind of people… not just our kind of people! My race, my clan, your race, your clan… all are recipients of God’s grace. We have a tremendous responsibility to share the things that God has done for us, and that he wants to do for those around... 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
Philippians 2:5-11 - Jesus became obedient, even to death on the cross. At some point in your life you will become aware that the only relationship that really matters is the one that we can have with Jesus. The Easter story is one of love, humility, obedience, scorn, blood, death, spiritual life, and many other... Read More
God is Holy If there was a single word to describe God, this is it. God is holy. Psalms, Isaiah, 1 Peter, Revelation It is only right that we, as the children of God would live in a pure and holy way. If God’s holiness is his main and defining characteristic, it should be evident... Read More
John 18 - How do we process all that is going on around this time of year? We are part of the kingdom of Christ, but do we loose focus because of the events in the news and the times we find ourselves living in? How do we relate to all this? It is good for... Read More
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