By looking at the big picture Scripture presents, we can see one clear image of God our Father. He is both The Great King and loving Father.
Jesus’ main goal was to reveal the Kingdom of God, but due of who he is, he couldn’t help but demonstrate his power and compassion to heal.
We are to be like the One we follow: to take all God has given us and share that with others every day of the week, wherever life takes us.
In the heart of the storm, if we look to Jesus and not the trials, we will have peace regardless of the outcome.
From prison to palace God strengthened and sustained Joseph. And through his life’s journey Joseph learned the power of forgiveness.
Wherever we go we are never alone. God is always with us. In his darkest hour, God was with Joseph and remained sovereign.
Our proximity to God determines the ease with which we communicate—with words an actions—the greatness and capacity of our God to the world.
The flip side of Christ’s gift of salvation and living “in Him” is persecution. What do we do when it becomes our reality?
What is the victory of the cross? The penalty is paid, forgiveness is forged and condemnation is cancelled. We have have no power over the sin in our life. Only through the power of the Spirit do we have victory Romans 5:8 – Death Through Adam, Life Through Christ 12 Therefore, just as sin entered the…
As we do life and navigate these times we can take heart in the term Rock of Ages reflecting God’s nature: unmovable, strong, sentry, secure.
Balance the tension of giving to the world that asks so much with receiving from God who gives all that we need.
The Shield of Faith is more than a defensive weapon, it covers us as we, not only advance into enemy territory, but go about our daily lives.
In Psalm 40 David acknowledges that God is greater than his despair and trials. We too can choose to trust God to be greater than our trials.
Jesus’ baptism, temptation and ministry reveal an outrageously life-saving cure for the deadliest virus at all.
Don’t be deceived in regards to Christian maturity. We have a responsibility to the Word: abide, accept and act.