When a message on missionary giving is given, it can elicit various responses. Do you have a heart for the lost? How we respond can be an indicator of our relationship with Christ.
Jesus said, “Whatsoever you have done to the least of these, you have done unto me.” But who is “The least of these”? They may be closer than you think.
The world loves to point out our wrongs, keep a record of them, and use our faults against us. We as believers have a Father that knows everything about us and all we have done, and not only doesn’t keep a record of them but forgets them all together and covers us with his mercy….
Focusing on missions is vital to an influential church, but why? Can we, as believers, do the work that Christ has called us to do without it? Perhaps we could use a history lesson to answer these questions.
We all struggle between good and evil, or as scripture puts it, between flesh and spirit. The apostle Paul also struggled with this, as described in the 7th chapter of Romans. At what point does our struggle reveal our relationship to Christ? When have we become “carnal”?
You’ve heard it said that “Pride goes before a fall,” but how do we avoid the pitfall of pride? There are clear answers in the Proverbs.
We spend a lot of time determining who to listen to in our society. How can we know the best sources for advice or counsel? There is a clear answer in God’s word.
God has many names, describing his character and how he relates to us. As we go through this life, we all struggle with the stress and trouble that it brings, but there is a name that describes one of gods most powerful attributes and can give us a great victory. Jehovah Nissi, God our banner!
The enemy of our souls is subtle and cunning. We can easily become ensnared by his traps, but there are ways to avoid them and live lives of freedom and victory. Are you failing or winning?
Having a relationship with Christ is a very personal thing. But is that everything it should be? We are called to make a difference in our community, and the book of Jude tells us why.