The Bible speaks of walls that protect and support, as well as walls that divide. In this text, Paul speaks of Jesus as “our peace,” who has forever destroyed the wall separating us from God.
This evening’s lesson is from our daily Bible reading for today, the familiar story of God’s appearance to Moses in the burning bush. When God told him to return to Egypt to lead the children of Israel out of captivity, Moses gave a series of excuses that are exactly those we use today.
Let us take a look at this year’s Lads to Leaders theme – “One” as we take a look at Ephesians 4:4-6.
Simon of Cyrene is the story of a man who was not looking for a cross, but the cross of Jesus found him. Today, there are those who are intentionally looking for the cross, while there are others who find the cross accidentally.
Hope is an important part of our well-being in this life. However, many things we put our hope in fail and disappoint us. In our lesson today, we will examine the Christian’s “living hope” (a hope that does not die or disappoint).