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Sometimes, fellow believers can be the biggest source of hurt in our lives. But the Matt 20 story of the 2 blind beggars doesn't just deal with hostile followers - it also speaks to how we should pursue Jesus regardless of the "noise" around us. Keep persisting in prayer - keep crying out to Him!
Sometimes, we ask for things and say, "Yes, we are able" to handle whatever comes with our ask....but, we have no real clue as to what we are even saying! Take a look with us at 2 disciples who did just this....
Is it "fair" for someone who has lived a blatantly sinful life and maybe been a jerk to everyone they ever knew to still receive eternal life if they accept Jesus, say, on their deathbed? Come join us to see what the parable in Matt 20 says...
We will not withstand nor understand the current culture unless we see life with a Biblical worldview. Do you believe the Bible gives us absolute truths? That Jesus lived a completely sinless life? Our world around us - mainstream culture - is moving far, far away from these truths. What will you
Murderers, liars, drunks - insert your negative character adjective here. Despite our character flaws and even our sin, God still uses us. Look at people through Biblical to modern history - oh my! YET, the wretchedness of man is still no match for the grace & love of God. He can/will still use us
Saints, do not be deceived - we aren't looking at years and years before end-time events come about....they are here! Get in the Word - see what it says about what is happening right before our eyes. Are you spiritually ready for what lies ahead?
Is there anything holding you back from fully committing to the Lord? Take a look with us at the life of the rich, young ruler who found the wealth of this life too much to give up for the promise of eternal life....
Is fear interfering with your faith?
Even in Jesus' day, the religious leaders had questions about when divorce was acceptable..."for any reason at all?" they asked. Jesus' response is a hard one to digest in our current culture - just as it was for them back then. But, His response is Truth and Life...are we willing to live it out?
What is genuinely behind the unrest and growing grumblings in America? The enemy's job is to steal, kill, and destroy - and, he's having a hay-day in our land! We are not in a war with flesh and blood but with spiritual forces. Change can only come from fighting on our knees - not with each other.
Jesus makes it clear that children are important in the Kingdom. Are we willing to become like one? What does that even mean?
God doesn't take our grumbling and complaining lightly - walk with us in the wilderness with the Israelites to see first-hand God's judgement - and grace - in dealing with our whining and moaning.
When radical change came in Ezra's day, he decided he wanted to know what God wanted out of him during the change. We, as believers, should be asking that same question as we go through the changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic....are we willing to ask that question?
Consider the advice a mom gives her son regarding qualities that belong to a Godly woman.
In our fast-paced world, has our prayer life diminished to throwing up 20-second "wish lists" to the Lord? Or, are we genuinely spending time with Him?
Discover where our real purpose comes from...spoiler alert - it's not from our own successes or efforts!
Audio from video clip in original message from Adley Stump used with permission from Adley Stump.
Sometimes we forget that the "Children's Sunday School" lessons are still applicable to us as adults. The story of Daniel in the Lion's Den offers us much to ponder as we reflect on our adult lives and how we are affecting those around us.
What do war stories and Easter have to do with each other?? Listen to find out!
Go with us as we look through the 3 major gardens mentioned in scripture and find the supernatural events that shaped eternity....
Why doesn't God prevent all the bad stuff from happening around us/to us? Discover how we can have Hope even in times of crisis, tragedy, and difficult circumstances.