The Bible teaches that God created the heavens and the earth. So what?
The Bible teaches that God existed before the beginning. So what?
When the supernatural collides with the natural, some people struggle to articulate what they have witnessed, but not everyone.
When Jesus entered the world, people were curious about him. In at least two conversations, people asked Jesus something to the effect of, “how great are you, really?” In the Gospel of John, we see two conversations where people seek to compare Jesus to great men of the past. In both conversations Jesus demonstrates his greatness. The people with whom he is conversing have surprisingly different responses.
In Philippians 2, Paul used a quick reference to the Christmas story to help his readers understand two vital lessons.
Motivation: it can be found externally, but we prefer to find it internally. God’s grace is supposed to be the believer’s motivation for going good works. In this message I show how God’s grace motivates us extrinsically and intrinsically.
As followers of Christ, we should recognize that there is a negative relationship between Fear and Faith! The Lord wants us to be full of faith, not crippled by fear.
If you find yourself in the category of “I don’t know what I am supposed to do with my life right now” then I’m here to tell you that that is ok.
Christians can find comfort in hope.
Ketchup is a bit like faith. Find out how!