The things of God were not a part-time interest or a convenience-based commitment to those early Christians, but their highest priority. If you want to get serious about God, stop and reflect on what they took seriously. They took church seriously. “The believers met together in the Temple every day.” Question: Are you… Read More »
In Acts 2, The Holy Ghost saturated a small company of 120 saints, imperfect, but committed, and they turned the world upside down. This model of the church is the only Biblical model and anything else is bound to fail. The world is full of church clubs, social groups, and self-help institutions, named by church… Read More »
Trust God! Throughout the Psalms, David acknowledges that he chose to put his life in the hands of the Lord. In this verse, He was, in essence, saying, “I trust You, God, because I know You are good—my times are in Your hands.” Are you willing to release every area of your life to the… Read More »
Changing, Growing, Becoming!
I came across a quote today that profoundly impacted me. The quote says, “The most important thing is this: To be able at any moment to sacrifice what we are for what we could become.” Wow! I can’t think of a better quote that captures the true calling of Christianity. Are you willing to sacrifice… Read More »
The Genuine Servant Welcomes The Opportunity To Prove His Authenticity.
The Genuine Servant Welcomes The Opportunity To Prove His Authenticity. “Investigate my life, O God, find out everything about me; cross-examine and test me, get a clear picture of what I’m about; see for Yourself whether I’ve done anything wrong-then guide me on the road to eternal life.” Psalm 139:23-24 (MESSAGE) Genuine servants have nothing… Read More »
“Mending Fences with Love”
Have you ever been in a discussion with a person and found yourself in disagreement or opposition to their opinions? Moments like these expand your mind and help you grow, or they test your love walk. Disagreements are inevitable; you’re never going to agree with others all the time. The important thing is to refrain… Read More »