Our study tonight is from the heart of our daily Bible reading for today, Psalms 30-32. From this psalm, Jesus used the familiar statement of verse five as His final words from the cross. We must live so that when it comes “our time” we may be able to say the same.
Is all anger a sin? Is there a place for Godly anger in the life of a Christian? Are there things about which we should be angry?
Did you know that when you encourage someone you give them a “courage transfusion?” As a child of God, you may save a life and a soul through the power of encouragement.
Do you like weddings, rehearsal dinners, getting dressed up, etc.? You are being invited to the greatest wedding and feast of all. Do you want to attend?
You claim to believe the Bible but how do you prove it? Paul commended the church at Thessalonica because they believed the Bible for what it is, “the word of God.” How can we demonstrate, congregationally and individually, that we believe the Bible to be God’s eternal truth on every subject?
Watching Jesus pray during the most vulnerable moment of His life teaches us how powerful our prayers can be.