The Bible is God’s way to show us how He see us, what He see in us. If we are to look into a mirror and forget who we are or what we look like, that is foolish.
Beginning a new sermon series “Counterfeit Doctrine.” The title of this sermon is “If you can name it, you can claim it.” Doctrine that promises its followers health, wealth, and success. What could possibly be wrong with that?
There’s only one thing that heal those broken homes and fix what has been damaged by the abuse, neglect and selfishness that family members often inflict on each other. What is that?
Confession is a key part of our prayer life. But what is it about confession that improves our prayer life, and how can we learn to confess our sins so that we can renew our spirit?
How much do we adore God? Have you ever thought how important it is to tell Him that?
People seem to be afraid of silence. They do anything to fill their lives with noise and avoid the emptiness. But God says “Be still and know that I am God.” What does that mean for us, and how can we do that?
Some people fear the end of the world. Others don’t believe Jesus is coming back. Why do some “Christians” think like this? And how should we feel when we think about Jesus’ 2nd coming?
Why did John focus on Mary Magdalene’s viist to the tomb in his gospel? What was there about what she saw and what she believed that made her story so important to his story?
It was said that Lazarus was someone that Jesus loved. But how could Jesus treat a friend like He did? Why would He callously stay away while this close friend died… and He could have prevented it?