From yesterday’s Bible reading comes the familiar story of the Lord’s visit with Mary and Martha in Bethany. Following Martha’s complaint about her sister, the Lord commends Mary for “choosing the good part.” What did that mean for these two sisters, and what does it mean for us?
We so often think of how we are helping others when we give but God consistently reminds us of many benefits that come to us when we give generously.
We continue to be blessed with new additions to our church family. They both want and need to be involved in the Lord’s work here. How do we determine what, where and how we can best serve the Lord?
Today our elders install fourteen additional deacons for the Lord’s work in Henderson and beyond. While we commend these good men and their families, we are also reminded of the important responsibility they each accept. Please remember to pray for them.
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?
Everyone is to be a servant of God. We ought to always be looking for opportunities to improve our service to God and each other.
This is Labor Day weekend, an opportunity to be reminded of the God-given blessing we receive from our work. At least one-third of our live is spent in the nobility of work, in which we are to glorify God, regardless of the task.
The role of women in the church is a topic that often focuses on the Biblical limitations of that role. Today, we commend our godly ladies for what they can do, and must do, for the Lord and His people.
From the wisdom of Solomon in this great prayer, we learn some Biblical truths about God and how we are to serve Him.