Job teaches us that faith in God must be a constant in our lives. The Proverb writer tells us to, “Trust in the Lord with all our heart and do not lean on our own understanding.” That is not just a statement in good times…it is so crucial when we are in hard times.
Continuing a series of lessons from I Peter, Nate talks about the section from chapter 4 about suffering for the name of Christ. When you live a holy life in an unholy world, there will be people who will not be happy about it.
In the sermon on the mount, Jesus talks about the inability to properly serve two masters. We need to give God our whole heart as we serve and honor Him!
Sam Wyatt spoke this evening on the important things in life. Focusing on eternal goals vs temporary goals will allow us to look back on our lives and see that we had a life well-spent for God.
Looking at the 95th Psalm, Nate talks about the importance of our worship to God. It’s what we give Him that matters, not what we get…though we will be lifted up as well when we obey Him.
Religious Performance or Sincere Devotion? Nate talks this morning about the importance of not allowing our religion to be merely an outward show, but instead a life-changing event.
The 107th Psalm is a collection of examples to show us the goodness and the lovingkindness of the Lord. The psalmist says it would be wise of us to study and consider these things.
These evening, Ken closes out his series with discussing 5 blessings that come from being intimate with God.
Ken shared 5 steps in Part 1 of this lesson to develop intimacy with God. This lesson shares the next four of those steps to grow in our intimacy with the Lord.