May 19, 2019
Giving thanks always and for everything to God the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
May 12, 2019
In Hebrew, the word for “helper” used in Genesis 2:18 and 20 is ezer (pronounced “ay-zer”), and it is always and only used in the Old Testament in the context of vitally important and powerful acts of rescue and support. The word ezer is used twenty-one times in the Old Testament.
February 3, 2019
Paul issues a tall order in terms of exhorting us to walk in humility and serve one another selflessly. But then he gives us divine motivation as he points us to Jesus.
December 30, 2018
Faithfulness is fitting for us because we serve a faithful God. Therefore love God and one another. Be thankful. Be humble. Be generous. Obey Him from the heart. Be ye faithful! And see what He does with your life in the days you are given.
November 11, 2018
Proverbs 20:29 says: “The glory of young men is their [physical] strength, and the honor of aged men is their gray head [representing wisdom and experience].” (AMP) Ideally every church should have a healthy balance of both young and old…
October 28, 2018
What are you doing in the name of the Lord that honors Him? Glorifies Him? Are you driven by consumption or production? As a believer are you merely taking in and filling up or are you spilling over, going forth, serving, helping, giving, doing?
September 4, 2016
How can we fervently endeavor to stay on mission, always on the go, always pressing on and pressing into God without becoming frantic on the one hand or complacent on the other?
April 10, 2016
Romans 12:9a says: “Let love be genuine…” The verses that follow support Paul’s exhortation. For God’s church in our day, how should we live out our deep devotion to the Lord when His chief expectation for us is to love one another?
January 17, 2016
Jesus certainly has entrusted much to us in terms of talents, gifts, and graces, skills and abilities, time and opportunities. Are we truly engaging in His business? There’s a deepening concern with the church’s diminishing sense of urgency while sinking ever more into a malaise of complacency.
December 27, 2015
For many in our “This-is-all-there-is” culture, the driving goal is living life to the fullest and this is often steeped in unreserved selfishness and hedonistic pursuits. But for believers with eternal hope, life now means knowing, loving, and serving the Lord selflessly.