Synopsis: As we consider these remarkable women and specifically this lady whom Paul affectionately refers to as his mother, I want us to see three important truths about them—truths that will not only make you, ladies, a blessing to your own family but to your extended family –spiritually speaking.
Synopsis: To help us understand the significance of what the author is communicating when he admonishes the reader to "run the race with patience," it would be helpful for us to spotlight three key aspects of faith that come from Heb. 11 that explain the reason why 12:1 begins as it does and why we should obey the exhortation given in that race.
Synopsis: This message looks at the third way in which we can see an invisible God. It helps us understand what it means to "Behold Your God!" What Moses did is what we are to do. It's the key to how Moses lived by faith amid the hardships of life. It's the key to ours as well.
Synopsis: Hope is so crucial when it comes to handling hardships! As the Corona virus pandemic continues to disrupt all our lives bringing hardships to so many, people need hope and need to know how and where to find it. God's Word provides us with the needed direction. There is always hope because there is always God!
Synopsis: What is it about the resurrection of Christ that presents a message that we are to embrace and find therein great hope and blessing? There are three characteristics about it presented in our text today.
Synopsis: Each of the four gospels gives an account of Christ's triumphal entry into Jerusalem on that first Palm Sunday. Did you know that event was the fulfillment of OT prophecy made a little over 500 years prior to it? This message unpacks Zechariah's prophecy and shows how his message of hope and encouragement of a coming King delivered in troublesome times is the same message of hope for us today in our uncertain times!
Synopsis: As the Corona virus continues to sweep across our nation, it has turned our lives upside down producing much uncertainty. In the midst of all this, the personal difficulties many have been facing continue! How do we handle these times of uncertainty? Psalm 46 teaches us that our security is rooted in what God is and what God does---His person and work. Here are three truths about our God that encourage us to find our security in Him.
Synopsis: Today's message is part of the online video broadcast that took place from our church which has suspended public worship services until the Corona Pandemic is no longer a serious risk to the welfare of all those who attend our services.
The question raised twice in 2 Kings 6 is the same question many are asking as they face unprecedented circumstances and an uncertain future--"What Do We Do Now?" God's Word turns our focus where it needs to be -- upwards in reliance upon Him as we prudently and responsibly move forward. Two answers are given to that question that are instructive for us today.
Synopsis: Times of uncertainty are always difficult to handle. With the Corona virus spreading and with other uncertainties we face, we certainly don't live in days that lend themselves to peaceful living! So how do we handle these times of uncertainty? How do we experience peace rather than panic? This passage offers great hope and encouragement to us!
Synopsis: In recent days there has been a lot on the news and on social media about the Coronavirus and the national and international impact it has been having. As fear grips the heart of so many, how should born-again believers handle this time of uncertainty? This message from Psalm 56:3-4 answers that question. Here's encouragement and hope for you!
Synopsis: Isn't it amazing how even how a person whom many would call today, "godly," can still struggle with doubt and unbelief in God's message when it seems to counter reality as we understand it in our circumstances? Tonight's message challenges us to either choose to stand in the presence of our fears, our doubts or our unbelief or solidly on the promises of God and in the presence of God.
Synopsis: Ever hear someone say, "The Devil made me do it!" or "I couldn't help it!" or "It was so-and-so's fault that I responded wrongly..." etc.? We come up with all kinds of justifications for our wrong attitudes and actions, but if we are to deal successfully with temptation, we must know the truth about it. That truth is found in our text today and so is the much needed help in dealing successfully with it.