The sharing of the good news of Jesus is seen even in the words of an angel at the empty tomb.
We have been studying “end times” and what is going to happen at the end of the world. One of the great questions is what does the Bible teach about what happens to man following death.
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).
It seems that everyone wants to be rich. God gives everyone who truly believes in Him and obeys Him unthinkable riches.
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.
So many people in our world are struggling with life and things do not seem to go as we desire. Where do we go for help?
Suffering is one common denominator that we all share. In fact, suffering is one of the most common factors that lead people away from God, but yet He tells us to count our suffering as a blessing. What good can even come from suffering? Let us join together and search the Word of God to…
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?
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?