Jesus said that we would should and ought to be known by our love. Do we share, serve, love, and are we being sanctified in the Jesus' name?
How do we begin to live beyond ourselves. Jesus made it clear that we are to be crucified with Christ. How will this affect our worship?
Jesus is the greatest gift because He provides for our greatest need. We need rescuing from our sin and only His love is the answer.
In Christ Jesus we have been gifted with lasting, inexhaustible joy. What an amazing Savior we celebrate at Christmas!
In a world full of conflict, how can there be peace? Where is it? It has been 2033 years....we are waiting Jesus? Scripture reminds us that Jesus came as the Prince of Peace: not as the source of national or universal peace. Our peace should be based on a relationship—a relationship with Jesus Christ.
The greatest gift is Jesus. This Christmas we remind ourselves of our spiritual position and possession in Christ Jesus. Hope is in Jesus and is Jesus. Hope for today and tomorrow.
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.