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The Promised King will one day usher in the ultimate kingdom. Are you already one of his subjects?
Jesus lays down His life to care for yours.
We receive God’s trust by trusting the Promisor.
Pastors Dan Green, Tom Barlow, and Mike Yoder speak on being thankful in light of God’s promises for the past, present, and future.
Favor with God comes by genuine trust, for the greatest individuals and for the least.
God provides His righteousness through faith in Jesus.
Personal trust in Jesus Christ enables a righteous standing before God.
We stand condemned before the righteous wrath of God.
Before the judgment of God, none of us possess a “get out of jail free” card.
My father’s name was good. My father’s name opened a door for me that was not expected but was greatly appreciated.
Given the amount of information we process, as well as our human tendency toward immediate gratification, we might chalk this promise up to be something to consider down the road. But this would be a mistake.
The recovery team of 12 from our church responded to help and arrived in Vidor, Texas — just 90 minutes east of Houston — on November 5. We sensed that God could use us to accomplish several purposes.
Black Friday is almost like a national holiday in America. Many offices are closed and many people use vacation days to enjoy an extended weekend away from work. Some of those people, and maybe some of you, spend the day shopping as they seek to take advantage of special holiday sales to complete their Christmas shopping.
During this season, let’s be more than just “good Americans” who eat turkey, watch football, and say a token Thanksgiving prayer before the festivities. Our thankfulness is rooted deeper than our citizenship; it’s born out of our rebirth!
Christ doesn’t give us all the answers. Much like the characters in the show, we only know what we need to know in order to pick up our cross and follow.
My worth is not built on how I look or how I act. It’s not based on my perfect smile or my perfect law keeping. It’s built on how God has chosen to deal with me in Christ.
In general, the priesthood of all believers is the idea that there is no legitimate distinction between the pastor/elder/overseer and the congregation when it comes to Christian life and practice. Believers have one Mediator between themselves and God, and He is Christ, not the pastor.
We really don’t trust God. And so, we pile on the weight of rules, and privileges, and pride, and we march up to the righteous Judge and say, “look at me!”
What might be included in your “spiritual training plan?” Prayer, Scripture, fellowship with others, and sharing your faith might come to mind. All these things need to be included, but we need to think at the heart level.