Paul gives three remarkable commands to this growing church of new believers in Thessalonica. Rejoice ALWAYS, pray CONTINUOUSLY, and thank God AT ALL TIMES. How do we really do this?
It is impossible for a follower of Christ to be labeled a "thankless Christian" That is an unbelievable oxymoron. We have everything in Christ Jesus for our heart, minds and lives to filled with gratitude.
Every election season people want to know; "Who would Jesus vote for?" "Whose side is Jesus on?" As we look at scripture, the answer is not so obvious and may surprise you.
Jesus said to seek first the kingdom of God in His Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 6:33). The verse’s meaning is as direct as it sounds. We are to seek the things of God as a priority over the things of the world. Primarily, it means we are to seek the salvation that is inherent in the kingdom of God because it is of greater value than all the world’s riches.
Let's take a break from politics for a second and take a look at Jesus. What can we learn about our Savior as HE navigated the political culture of his day? What can we learn about our priority as disciple-makers in our culture?
Now is the time for Godly men who have "nerve" to step out on faith and trust God. Are we going to risk or retreat? Let's look at people of faith in scripture and how they approached their circumstances.
When we really understand the Word of God, we begin to really get a picture for how much His church matters. Discipleship pastor Jeff Fields shares from Isaiah 43 as we examine this idea from scripture.
If there ever was a sermon that has been avoided more than any other, it has to be a sermon on hell. You don't hear it mentioned much any more in church and that is a shame because Jesus sure had a lot to say about it during his ministry on earth.
Do you ever wonder about heaven? What will it be like there? We take a look at what the bible has to say about eternity spent in heaven.