In Revelation, John was told, “Come up here and I will show you.” Heaven is not like earth. The greatest things we see here…won’t be there. Roger gives a practical lesson on what we are told of Heaven and gives some common myth busters.
Amen. God put an exclamation point at the end of the Bible. He finished what He had to say to mankind and said “so be it”. The Bible ends with the invitation of Jesus, a warning about change, a promise of hope, and the grace of Jesus. Amen!
Worry is a killer. It adds stress to your life and makes you lose sleep. The Bible has so much to say against worry. If this is a struggle for you, listen and share!
Feelings can mean different things to different people. Words have known meanings that are defined. When it comes to our faith, it is most important to know what God says. We can’t depend on our feelings.
This lesson kicks off our spring series of lessons with Roger Shouse of New Albany, IN. Where do we go and to whom do we turn when our lives seem to be turned inside out and upside down?
Continuing in II Peter, Nate talks this evening about the importance of staying true to God. We must learn God’s Word and then apply it in our lives for it to have meaning.
Speaking from Matthew 7, Nate talks this morning about the power that God’s Word has in our lives. Truth is always truth…no matter how we feel about it or how we respond to it.
Continuing in the lessons from Peter, Nate talks this evening about the truth of sin. It’s ugly. Those who try to entice you into sin are lying and falsely try to glamorize the slavery that they are actually in.
The term brotherly love is actually a hybrid word in the Greek of Phileo (love for a comrade or friend in a mutual cause) and Storge (love towards one’s family). This deeper dive gives us a greater understanding of the love we should have for each other in Christ.
Looking at Romans 12, Nate talks this evening about the importance that God places on unity.