Ever been on a massive road trip, one which takes coordination and planning? I have, often with family, sometimes with church folks. Many times, I'm the guy in charge. It takes a plan to get from A to Z. (2 Minutes/400 Words) Read More
Hezekiah was an excellent king of Judah. A descendant of David, he bore similar traits to his ancestor in that he worshipped God and delighted in God's law. At one point, Hezekiah became sick. Isaiah the prophet was summoned, and he told Hezekiah his time to die had come. Hezekiah pleaded with God but also pleaded with Isaiah to plead with God. Isaiah returned with the glad announcement that Hezekiah would live. For another fifteen years, Hezekiah sat on the throne. (5 Minutes/1000 Words) Read More
Paul now reminds the Ephesian church what they had learned by first telling them who they had learned. They had learned Christ! (4 Minutes / 700 Words) Read More
Belated notes from last Sunday (3/11/18). Read More
Jesus Christ is the most attractive man in history. Attractive in the sense those who have understood His cross have been drawn to Him. Increasingly, we want to have something to do with Him. His beauty is unparalleled. There is no one like Him. He draws us with Himself, His nature. His every look, glance, word, thought, action — all of it boggles our minds. Read More
Moses did not know. Quite simply, he had enjoyed God. Face to face in interaction, like friends...
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Companies have mission statements. In Romans 12:1, Paul lists a Christian’s mission statement: my body for God’s glory. In this teaching I look at this goal, with these follow up questions...
- What motivates us to establish this as our mission statement?
- What is the obstacle to this mission?
- Is there any help to overcome this obstacle?
- What is the result if we succeed in this mission statement?
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