Contributed on Nov 5, 2018
We should be thankful that God never changes.
We’re beginning a new series on thanking God for who He is. Today we are going to consider the fact that we should be thankful for the fact that our God never changes; that He is always the same. “If we are inclined to grieve because everything around us changes, our consolation will be found in ...read more
Contributed on Nov 12, 2018
We should thank God that He is genuinely and wisely good to us as His children.
God is good, all the time! We readily affirm this to be true whenever good things happen to us, but what about when our circumstances aren’t so good? Is God still good? The answer is “yes.” The significance of God’s goodness is that He is always good, even when what’s happening to me or those I ...read more
Contributed on Dec 10, 2018
We should be especially thankful for God's graciousness.
Today, as we continue to think together about thanking God for who He is, we’re going to consider how thankful we should be that our God is gracious. And because our God is also unchanging, that means he’s always been gracious. In fact, this was how God described Himself when He gave the law to ...read more
Contributed on Dec 10, 2018
We should be especially thankful that God is patient.
We’re thinking about being thankful God is patient. (READ TEXT) What are we speaking of when we think about God’s patience? We’re talking about His relationship with humans. God’s above circumstances that might cause us to be impatient, like a long line at the Walmart checkout counter. But when ...read more
Contributed on Dec 17, 2018
The greatest display of God's love for us is the cross of Christ.
John 3:16 is, perhaps, the most familiar verse in the Bible. Many people, here in the U.S., at least, if they cannot quote the verse, are at least familiar with the reference, if only because they have seen it displayed so often in the end zone of football stadiums. Yet, I am afraid that maybe ...read more
Contributed on Dec 26, 2018
Our God is a God who saves; and He has done so in the person of Jesus Christ.
On television or radio, it is not uncommon to hear a pitchman tell you that the particular opportunity to purchase whatever product he is promoting is “the greatest opportunity ever offered!” You know that isn’t the case, however, because you know that next week you will see the same product ...read more
Contributed on Jan 2, 2019
God wants to display His power through the lives of his people to accomplish His purposes.
When Asa became king of Judah, he got rid of idols and places of false worship. As he sought to turn people back to God, God blessed him. In 2 Chronicles 14:8-15, we’re told a crisis faced Asa and Judah, when a million-man Ethiopian army with three hundred chariots invaded the land. Asa sought ...read more