God is addressed in many different ways throughout Scripture. Each title reveals something about His identity, His character, and His relationship with the created. Tonight, we look at God as our Comforter.
While Paul was throughly convinced of his salvation in Christ, he still viewed himself as “the chief of sinners.” As the greatest proclaimer and defender of the faith other than the Lord Himself, what value could there be in giving himself this familiar title? What does he intend for us to learn, and to apply?
Why is the seemingly easy way so hard for us as we make life’s choices?
How should Christians respond to the homosexual marriage debate? Our response must be biblical and compassionate, yet unwavering.
The debate over homosexual marriage is raging in our country. Nevertheless, truth is not determined by society. God, in His Word, has defined marriage. Our task is to honor and defend His plan!
Life is filled with important, even urgent questions. If we are not careful, we will allow ourselves to be distracted from the most crucial question of all. Have you asked it?
If we as a congregation choose to grow, how do we accomplish that growth? What were Jesus’ methods?
The 78th FHU Annual Bible Lectureship begins tonight at 7:30 with the theme, The Patience of Hope, based upon Paul’s emphasis of first and last things in 1 and 2 Thessalonians. In this text, the beloved apostle reminds us that living in hope of what we cannot see produces the needed patience for what eventually…