Episode #23 - August 14, 2020 Romans 5:5; 2 Kings 4:1-6 - We are to pour into others lives as God has poured into ours.
2 Corinthians 13:5, Are you ready for your final exam? The Lord, through the apostle Paul, asks us to "examine ourselves" to whether we are in the faith.
Episode #22 - August 10, 2020 2 Kings 4:1-6; 2 Timothy 2:21 - The location and position of the jars is very important. We are “clay jars” and our location and position is also very important.
Episode #19, August 9, 2020 John 1:14, 17 - Grace precedes truth (John 1:14 , 17). In these verses, we see that the word "grace" comes before the word "truth." Let us consider the necessity to "grace" people and hear …
Episode #20, August 9, 2020 Hebrews 12:1-2, We are called to complete the endurance race of Christian living. Our forward goal is keeping our eyes upon Jesus.
Episode #21, August 9, 2020 Luke 6:46, Why do you call Me Lord and do not do what I tell you to do? Do you look at Jesus as a figurehead with no authority in your life, or is He …
Pitiful Piddling Peddler Prophets Propagating Prevarications - A puffed up message title about a puffed up group of people; the false prophets. Jeremiah speaks of them often as “prophesying lies.” They are motivated by popula...
Acts 4:13 - The disciples were very common and average men. As they appeared before the Sadducees, it was obvious that they had been with Jesus. God is not looking for ability. He is looking for availability.
Romans 8:26, Praying. The story of the little terrier who knew how to get the door open. We don't know how to pray as we ought. We have many weaknesses, but God has given One to help us pray.
Psalm 40:8, Delight yourself in the Lord. We can serve God out of a sense of duty and the tasks will be completed. Yet, there is a higher call and that is to be delighted in the service of the …
August 8, 2020 Revelation 2:3-4, You can be a good person and a commendable Christian who is active in the church. However, have you lost your first love? The church at Ephesus was commended for their service, but challenged ...
We have our super heroes - Superman, Spiderman, Batman...However, these are all fictional characters. There is a man whose life stands out. He seems to be "full" as the Scripture describes his life in the book of Acts.
The prophets(watchdogs) have become silent. The word of the Lord speaks of this in Isaiah 56:10.
2 Corinthians 11 warns us of the false narratives that face believers. We must be wise and discerning in matters of the faith.
In 2 Kings 5, we see a couple of twins that are always together.
You are not to add Jesus to your life as an enhancer, like a supplement. He gives us new life. We are dead in our trespasses and sins.
Sit down in this Old Testament story and feel the fear, hear the taunting, and see the formidable opponent that the people of God faced.
Law identifies and shows us our problem. Grace takes out our old sinful heart of flesh and gives us a new one.
Matthew 5:5 speaks of meekness, which is perhaps one of the most misunderstood words in Scripture.
Romans 1 tells us of a society that God gives us over to their own desires.