In a spiritual vision exam, what would we focus on? How can we focus on things we cannot see – on things we have never known. Martin Luther realized that he must focus on Christ Alone – and his clarity and focus brought about the Reformation. How can we achieve this focus in our daily…
As we face challenges, we can find ourselves bound – we often go astray rather than following The Word. As Paul wrote to Timothy, we must endure everything and die with Him so that we will reign with Him. Let’s explore these passages to help us remain faithful each and every day.
In the ultimate war between Heaven and hell, we are blessed to have Jesus on our side, as our brother and champion. Let us examine God’s word to see how we can resist temptation and remain strong in our day to day life.
In the Parable of the Banquet, Jesus reminds us that the first shall be last and the last shall be first. How can we take this lesson and bring it into our lives today?
Jesus came to bring peace – but what if the people do not accept that peace? This decision faced the people in Jesus’ time, and it continues to face us today. Turn back to God or continue in sin? How do we make this decision? Ignore it, put it off, or move forward? When following…
Rather than “the good the bad and the ugly”, how can we seek the things that are above? We should trust the things above more than we can trust the things of this world – so let’s look beyond the good & the bad, and instead seek out the glorious!
While Jesus encourages us to be merciful to the vulnerable, we need to look beyond simply being moral to see how He has been merciful to us, showing His mercy and compassion. May we go forth and do likewise!
Happy Father’s Day! Be sure to call your dad today! 🙂 On Trinity Sunday, we can celebrate many things, especially the trinity of God. But understanding God’s nature can be overwhelming. He is Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit. Let us celebrate Him in all his forms!
Pentecost was an extraordinary day. When the disciples were able to communicate to others ‘each in their own language’ it was a unique event. Since that time, ‘Pentecostal’ has been at times both a noun and an adjective. Today we discuss how can we keep the energy of Pentecost with us every day – to…