Everywhere we look throughout history we see people enthralled with money and the pursuit of it. As children of God it is so important that we remember where our wealth comes from: the hand of God. We need to stand ready to help our brethren world-wide.
Continuing our series, brother Curry speaks about the problems that can arise as Christians when we aren’t set apart from the world. We are supposed to be in the world, but not of the world…and therein lies our problem: until we get to Heaven, we live with sin all around us.
The Lord’s people are called out from this world. Even though we still live in this world, we are not to be of the world. So what happens when a child of God sins? Melvin spends time with us this morning on dealing with sin in the body of Christ.
Picking up in chapter 5 of II Corinthians, Melvin talks about the sufferings of this life and the glory that is to come for God’s people.
Tonight’s lesson kicked off our series with visiting preacher, Melvin Curry. Melvin works and worships with a congregation of saints in Crystal River, FL. The series this weekend is entitled The Lord’s Servants. Melvin starts off in Isaiah and moves into II Corinthians discussing the Messiah and His saints.
Continuing in our Beatitudes series, Nate speaks this evening on being merciful to others.
Taken from Psalm 91, Nate speaks this evening on the protection that God provides to those who are His. With God, we can face anything! Without God, we are beaten before we even get started.
Serving God and serving others. Chris talks this morning about this important topic. Christ gave us a perfect example of what it looks like to serve other people. There is natural joy that comes from this selfless act!
Chris talks this evening about the importance of maturing spiritually. Have you developed your own faith in God? or are you still hanging on the coattails of your parents?
How bad do you want the spiritual things of God? Reading His word, being with His people, spending time with Him in prayer… “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied.”