We know what it’s like to be hungry and thirsty but is our desire for food and drink going to satisfy us completely? Jesus said, ” Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness for they will be satisfied.” This satisfaction will never end.
Jesus said, “Blessed are the meek for they will inherit the earth.” What did he mean by “meek?” Do we have a misunderstanding of its definition? How are we to view ourselves in God’s economy?
In the greatest sermon ever preached, by the greatest man who ever lived, Jesus said “Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.” Are you mourning? Are you being comforted? There is much more to these expressions than we see on the surface. God indeed wants to comfort us but what exactly does that mean?
Is our happiness something that is affected by our circumstances? Jesus begins his greatest sermon by saying “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven.” What is biblical happiness? Can we achieve it?
Are we willing to preach the same message Jesus preached- in the face of the same opposition? Jesus preached the greatest sermon ever, that we call the Sermon on the Mount. In this first installment of a long series, Pastor Billy will explore the teaching that will guide our lives as we follow Jesus.
How are we to respond when the world in which we live is completely pagan or evil? What does God expect from us? Sometimes our response seems counterintuitive to what we think.
Do we tune out when the Apostle Paul speaks of The Rich? How do you respond to the call not to trust in your riches? Our response depends on our perspective and what God is calling us to do.
We can have many different responses to adversity, but what is the response that God wants us to have? In this message from guest speaker Doug Marsh, the answer is revealed.
In these chaotic times, we have many voices pushing and pulling us, vying for our attention. What voice are you listening to? Which side do we take? There is a clear answer.
The “rich” are admonished many times in scripture but do we exclude ourselves because we don’t consider that were rich? Do we trust in God or not? Sometimes we need to look at these things from a different perspective.