We all know that good relationships make life much more enjoyable. In 1 John 4 we get a clear picture and reminder that our love for each other and our love for God are very much connected. We've probably all heard of cure-alls or home remedies that can fix just about anything. When we read... Read More
Ephesians is full of lofty ideas. Sometimes they are ideas that dig deep inside. Our focus this morning is on three mysteries that are discussed in Ephesians. The Mystery of God's Redemption in Christ Ephesians says quite a bit about redemption in Christ. Some of it is simple, and some of it is more complex... Read More
Peter talks about a number of things but keeps coming back to the theme of a limited amount of time, there is an end coming. The question then is how should I be using the time I have left? Christians need to keep learning to think like Jesus. People who think like Jesus are a... Read More
The issue with a fishhook in the finger is not the fishhook so much as the barb on the end of the fishhook. This little tiny barb makes all the difference in the world! If you have something in your eye, it doesn't need to be very big at all to potentially do a lot... Read More
Ephesians 6:10-20 - We won't be specifically talking about the armor that is covered here. We read about the spiritual life being a journey sometimes, but it is not just a leisurely stroll, it is often a battle. There is opposition all along the way. Matthew 26 and 27 - We know the story of... Read More
This morning we are going to look at John 15:9-17 - What a packed portion of scripture. Looking at God's love is such a vast and unsearchable depth.
1 Peter 3:13-17 - Peter asks a rhetorical question here, and the implied answer is "No one." The whole letter from Peter kind of expects persecution, he is writing to people who are in the middle of suffering. Peter is saying that there is a sense in which no one can harm God's children. We know... Read More