Are Messages from the Pulpit Making a Difference?
Christians must share the Good News of the Gospel by living out their faith daily. We cannot relax in our pews and expect all of the work to be done from the pulpit.
Christmas Cost Me Everything
"Happy are those who hear the joyful call to worship,for they will walk in the light of your presence, Lord." Psalm 89:15
The bible is filled with faith builders. Where is your faith? Do you believe God to do all that he said that he would do? Find out how to build your faith.
Healing In Your Mouth
Life and death are in the power of your own tongue. Would you speak more positively if you knew that it could have a direct effect on your health? Learn how to receive healing from your own mouth.
Have you reflected on your life lately? Before we move forward, reflection is necessary to determine success or failure. Can you say that you are blessed?
Our Responsibility to the Ex-Christian
"Christian no more!" A conversion is a total change in character, conduct, and thinking. A transformation that leads to obedience to God and conformation to Christ. Having head knowledge of Christ and "doing Christian things" is not enough to living transformed lives.
Relationship With Jesus
Developing a close and personal relationship with Jesus Christ builds confidence in knowing that we shall have what we ask. Jesus is a rewarder of those that diligently seek him. Developing a closer walk with Jesus can be very rewarding in many ways.
The Peace that Comes in Times of Trouble
"Salvation from sin and its consequences is a matter of faith in the Christ who came, not merely to help you in trouble, but to change your entire life" (Jay E. Adams, "How to Handle Trouble").
Why Trust God
“In God We Trust” is the official motto of the United States. If you take a look at currency used in the United States, you will see the term, “In God We Trust”. There are many reasons to trust God.
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