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The Generous Life
A fulfilling life of generosity
Live free. Travel light.
Revival: Stronger Than Ever
Launch into 2021 with purpose
Grow deep and live strong
Established in the Love of God
Rock-solid relationship with God
Matthew: Discover the Kingdom
Renew a passion for the Gospel this year
Persistence is defined as: "The fact of continuing in an opinion or course of action despite difficulty or opposition."
Luke 11:9-10, Philippians 3:14, James 1:2-4
It is not wrong to ask the Lord questions, it is wrong to assume the answer has to be what you always want.
Imagine when Paul told his Jewish mother about his conversion. Imagine when his religious mother heard that her favorite son threw off all his religious accomplishments and call them “dung.” She would, no doubt, be crestfallen.
An in-depth study on the book of Philippians.
Many are wonderer today just as lives without glory meanwhile, they are carrier of precious and prestigious glory but the glory of departed, transferred, exchanged, dormant, or rendered useless.
1 Samuel 4:21-22, Genesis 25:29-34, Philippians 3:10-12
God has given us the ability to feel regret so it will lead us to repent and trust God to make something beautiful and useful out of our lives.
Isaiah 1:18, Isaiah 43:18-19, 2 Corinthians 7:10, Philippians 3:12-15
Christian/Church Of Christ
A sermon celebrating and admonishing our graduates. This is a sermon modified from a sermon by Dan Borchert accessed at: https://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/graduation-2003-dan-borchert-sermon-on-discipleship-64020
2 Timothy 1:7, Philippians 3:13-14, Hebrews 12:1-3
Some people believe that Christians are supposed to be and appear perfect, and that the only ones who can attend church are those who “have it all together.” The church is not a country club for saints, but a hospital for sinners.
Philippians 3:12-14, Romans 5:6-9, Hebrews 10:10-14
You can tell a lot about a person by what they are running after and what they are running from. Christians have a godly assignment even in a pandemic.
How do we apply the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, not the dates but that event, to our daily lives?
There is no point in forgetting the past and aiming toward the
future if one does not do something in the present. Paul says with
part of the track behind and part of the track ahead, I press on.
Never has a death sentence been reversed after it was already executed so that the
condemned was restored to life. This was the most unique event in
history, and the power of it was awesome, and it changes everything.
The key to happiness and success in the new year is to have a
dream, and a goal to pursue. Without a dream or goal to motivate
us we will just drift through the new year, and whatever we achieve
will be a matter of chance and not design.
This is a message on the theme of New Year's from Isaiah.
Isaiah 43:18-19, Hebrews 12:1-2, Ephesians 3:20-21, Philippians 3:12-16
This is the 4th Devotion in a series entitled, "Building Relationships that Last
Jeremiah 30:17, Matthew 6:14, Romans 8:1, 2 Corinthians 5:17, Psalms 103:12, Hebrews 10:17, 1 John 1:9, Isaiah 1:18, John 4:28-30, Psalms 51, John 4, Philippians 3:13-14, Acts 13:22