We are confronted with two great spiritual fields. We must determine in which field we want to bear fruit.
While time (the clock) is an essential tool for our passage through life, it must not be confused with an even greater tool, the spiritual compass God provides as our guide.
Life is unpredictable at best. From this beloved text are principles that help us keep our balance and focus no matter what life may bring. God has given us so many reasons to rejoice.
We celebrate our friends and families today, two of God’s greatest gifts! From Paul’s special relationship with Timothy and Epaphroditus, we learn qualities essential for loving families and lasting friendships.
This is the theme for the 40th Annual Christian Training Series, beginning with tonight’s service. Think how great our faith is, and how great our hope is; yet, Paul states by inspiration of God that love is greater still. Why?
To become more like God, we must seek to have His attitude and will to forgive anyone who has hurt us in any way.
Both morning and evening lessons today are taken from the theme for this year’s Horizons. The Hebrews writer reveals the special and specific role Jesus plays as our High Priest at the right hand of God, and the benefits we enjoy as a result.