Synopsis: God has unlimited, unfailing power that is always expressed for His glory and our eternal good. Do you believe that?
Enough for it to impact your thinking and the way you view your troubling circumstances?
Synopsis: When we are either distressed and/or puzzled by troubling times, we are tempted to deny the truthfulness of that little prayer often taught to little children: “God is great; God is good; let us thank Him….” From 2 Corinthians 1, let's see what one of those characteristics of God's goodness we are often tempted to deny -- His love.
Synopsis: How does biblical change take place?
In this follow up message following our week of Revival meetings, it is important to remember that a decision to change a particular aspect of your life so that you start honoring God in that area, is only the beginning and not the end of your responsibility to change. Our text of Scripture presents hope and a clearly marked pathway for meaningful and substantial change in Christ-likeness.
Synopsis: In answer to the question, What is Heaven like?, we find another characteristic designed to energize us towards living a life that outweighs the pain and hardships of our current realities seen with the physical eye with the grander, greater realities seen with the eye of faith!
Synopsis: Each of us goes through times in which we feel a great deal of strain and pressure that comes from a variety of circumstances and responsibilities we face. We also go through hardships and tough times that produce additional strain. The good news is in the Gospel of Christ we have every resource necessary to face whatever God providentially arranges. Today we look at one of those resources -- God's grace.
Synopsis: Have you ever wondered, "What happens to me the second after I die?" God's Word has solid answers to give! One thing is certain whether you know the Lord as your Savior or don't: the end of one's earthly existence is not the end of life at all!
Synopsis: In part 2 of "How to Change" we zero in on a particular part of v. 18 that helps us better understand the two components of change: "the glory of the Lord" and what it means to "behold...the glory of the Lord."
Dr. Jim Berg's illustration of a sun tan helps us to visualize exactly what it means to give ourselves increased exposure to God's truth.