Jesus was not just more noble than other men, a better teacher than other men, or just a great guy to be around. He was the Christ in whom God dwelled.
It was only when Paul was blind and surrounded by darkness that he was truly able to see. Paul speaks of a number of people who need to be able to see in darkness.
This is the theme for this year’s Makin Music at FHU. The idea was to take old songs and cast them in a new light, to a brand new beat. As the children of God, we also have been made new in Christ Jesus our Lord. What does this mean, and how does this look…
Paul claims all things are new for those who are “in Christ.” What does this mean, and how do we apply this dynamic truth?
Look at the life of Paul. His aim was to serve the Lord. He courageously endured so much for the cause of Christ. What are attitudes we can develop from him?
Life has its ups and downs. How do we get through loss and various valleys of life, especially when it seems the valleys are so deep and long?
Senior members have a critical part in the works of the church. How do we use our example and experience to help following generations work through challenges?
Our daily Bible reading for the coming week features Paul’s reference to his “thorn in the flesh.” What did he mean, what did he learn, and more importantly, what does the Lord intend for us to learn?
As our elders present plans for 2015 this morning, let us resolve to generously support their leadership both spiritually and financially.
This week we have suffered the loss of more precious people we love and now miss. Like them, we must keep our focus not on what we can see, but upon what we cannot see, that which is eternal and not temporary.