Entries Tagged 'Faithfulness'
Join us on Reformation Sunday (and Halloween) as Melanie Haynes takes us to Judges as we continue our journey through the Bible.
For this week’s 52 Verses entry, I turned to Jonah for a consideration of God’s vision of ministry.
As the Temple built to worship God was dedicated, King Solomon stopped and prayed to the Lord. In the king’s prayer, we are pointed to truths about God is, what He does for us and how we can come before Him today.
When God places donkeys in our lives, do we pay attention? Or do we convince ourselves that our actions don’t really matter and so we can do whatever we want?
As we continue exploring the story of Balaam, a man who teetered between listening to the Lord and listening to the world around him, we consider how God uses people (and donkeys) like us.
Talking donkeys? Paid prophets? What’s going on here? Balaam and his donkey (Numbers 22) help us to think about facing temptations and living faithfully as we start a new series tonight. In the series, we’ll look at this man who teetered between listening to the Lord and listening to the world around him and see the ways we struggle with the same.
What does real courage in the Lord look like? Melanie Haynes takes us to the Book of Joshua to better understand that question for this week’s 52 Verses, 52 Books, 52 Weeks.
Jim Krenning takes us to Song of Songs this week for 52 Verses, 52 Books, 52 Weeks. It’s a great message and I hope you’ll take a moment to be blessed by it.
Persecution is a difficult topic to preach on. I don’t want to be persecuted, so saying, “That’s something God said would happen,” isn’t exactly a message I want to hear. But, when we understand how God works and what He calls us to do, at least the difficulties we face start to make more sense.
As we continue our series “the Future is Here,” looking at the “Little Apocalypse” of Matthew 24-25, we dig into Jesus’s warnings about those who will lead many astray — false Messiahs and false prophets. Today, we have false pastors, politicians and more who often fit into those roles. Who are we prone to listening to whom we should not?