There is unbelievable power in my baptism. God’s Holy Spirit resides in me enabling me to put off my old sinful nature and to live the new and holy life.
When we understand how much God loves us in Christ, then we’ll learn to cling confidently to the truth that in all things God will work for our eternal good until he calls us home to heaven.
Jesus’s life teaches us that glory and sacrifice go hand and hand and transforms our idea of who or what we choose to “glory” in.
Every word that flows from Jesus’ lips, every miracle he performs speaks hope to our lives. We have a Savior who can raise the dead! What more hope do we need? Luke 7
Over time God began to reveal more and more details concerning how he would bring his promise to fulfillment. Those details filled God’s people with wonder as they began to see his power and wisdom in action. We know so much more of the story than they ever did. How can we not, like them, be filled with wonder and awe? Luke 1:39-45
When things are bad, a word of promise can revive our sinking souls and fill us with a longing to see that promise fulfilled. Jeremiah 33
Everyone wants to be rich. What is it that truly makes us rich? 2 Corinthians 8:9-15
The answer to his rhetorical question teaches us about the importance of brotherly love. Who are my brothers and sisters anyway? Genesis 4
Busyness is just a fact of life today making the quest for balance in life ever more challenging. How do we keep God a part of our family’s routine? Sermon Text: Deuteronomy 6:1-9 Our guest speaker this week was Caleb Schultz from the band Fide.