Joseph displayed an extreme faith in God from the age of 17 throughout the rest of his life. During this lesson, we will examine how important faith was to his life, how it guided every decision, every action and every moment of his life. The question is, how important is our faith?
Everyone has rights and generally wants to exercise those rights. Think about some rights of families as we use the word RIGHTS as an acrostic.
The Lord called children “the greatest in the kingdom of heaven;” that is why both He and we love them. May we not only know the difference between childishness and childlikeness, but may we practice it.
As we begin a new school year, there are many reasons to be happy, but the greatest reason comes from being in Christ.
With the recent losses of those we love in our church family, we long even more for “a beautiful place called Heaven.”
Walking in the steps of Jesus should be a constant reminder of the depth of our blessings and the height of our opportunities as a special congregation of the Lord’s people.
Sometimes we win, sometimes we lose. Sometimes we get up and sometimes we stay down. Sometimes we grow and sometimes we get worse. Failures and successes can make me better if I let them.