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
Honesty Matthew 5:37 - Any time that your yes or no means more than yes or more than no… Jesus says that is unnecessary, indeed it is evil. Ephesians 4:25 - Put away lying. It is an “old man” behavior. Colossians 3, Revelation 21:8 - Honesty is a principle that should govern the life of... Read More
Jacob in his dream saw a ladder/stairway, on the ladder where angels going up and down. God was at the top of the ladder and he spoke a blessing and encouragement on Jacob. Spiritual progress for us here on earth is usually in “steps” as well. The angels on the ladder didn’t make great leaps... Read More
Revelation 5:1-14 - We are here to remember. We are here to remember while we take of the bread and drink of the cup. We remember Him, who he is, what he did and what he is like. Who is Jesus? He is the lamb of God who came and made provision so that the... Read More
God is a lot smaller and impersonal to people today than he should be. God is neither small nor impersonal. God told Moses in Exodus 3, that “I am that I am.” God is eternal, the self existing one. When we look at the names of God we start to get an idea of who... Read More
It is a blessing of each of us to be able to give. Giving is an act of faith. Mark 10:29-31, Luke 18:28 Jesus didn’t say that we would necessarily receive a return in the same kind of currency. Jesus makes it clear that the return is only valid in the Kingdom of God. Jesus... Read More
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