These ancient laws made Israel a nation, not just a lawless group of people. These same principles (rules to follow) give us the foundation to be the spiritual nation God wants and expects us to be.
This is the title of a new song recently taught in chapel that is captivating and compelling. It begs for an answer to the question, who or what do you have if you don’t have Jesus?
Great faith often comes from great adversity. The patriarch Job, the man who had everything but lost everything but his faith, withstood the test and trials of what he could not understand, but who declared, “I know that my Redeemer lives!”
Jesus often taught us to “count the cost” of following Him. What does this passage teach us about what to expect if we enter into a relationship with Jesus?
Now that Black Friday has come and gone, did you find the perfect gift for everyone? What is it that makes the perfect gift?
Last week we were encouraged by Paul’s first prayer for the Ephesians, and for Henderson. In this, his second prayer, we learn more of his massive heart as he takes three petitions to the throne of God in our behalf.
We learn much about the heart of Paul when we listen to him pray. As he pours his heart out on behalf of the Ephesians, so does he pray for our church family at Henderson. As they were blessed by his words, so are we.
God has given us much instruction about being thankful and content in our lives regardless of the circumstances. Let’s look at five ways God has given us to be thankful in life.