Of all the great work Jesus accomplished while on the earth, He reserved His greatest work for the cross itself, exemplified in His prayer for those nailing the nails. And that includes us.
Today we celebrate our godly fathers. From this message in the Upper Room, we glean four timeless principles Jesus gave the apostles, principles that also provide our fathers with the proper focus for their greatest task, loving and leading their children.
Is there good reason to believe that one day each of us will see the one who ascended into heaven as He returns to claim His kingdom?
Jesus told the Pharisees three times that they would die in their sins. What would be the cause of them dying in their sins?
The power of God in prayer must be accompanied by great faith on our part.
The Queen of Sheba saw the greatness of Solomon and his God. Do we?
Is there a prize in life worth running for? Paul teaches us how to win the prize if we want it.
What a wonderful Lord’s Day for our ten graduating seniors and their parents! We share in your joy and celebration. From the reminder Moses gave the children of Israel to always remember what God had done for them, so we remind our special seniors, and all of us, today.
Mothers spend countless hours serving their children, but their most important job to instill the practice of service in their children.