Though work is good, wealth can can drive a person into places he or she doesn't want to go (Eccl. 4:4-16; Luke 14:27-29).
No matter what circumstances we’re in, the Lord has abundant provisions ready for us (Matthew 1:18-25; Luke 2:1-21).
The Scriptures command our obedience. There are at least two very good reasons for following the commands of Scripture: 1) Relational and 2) (Jeremiah 36:22-32; Matt. 28:19-20; Luke 6:46; John…
The scriptures invite us into a journey involving salvation, and spiritual experience (Ex. 34:5-9, 2 Thess. 2:14).
The resurrected Christ directed the spread of the kingdom from His small group.
Anxiety and worry distract us from our main pursuit, the kingdom of God (Luke 12:22-32).
Jesus uses the word among us to enliven our passion toward Him (Luke. 24).
When we gather, we bring our spiritual experiences to one another (Luke 24:13-16).
Our attitude should not be “we have to go” but “we get to go” to church each Sunday. Having an attitude of anticipation makes a huge difference in our experience…
We use financial resources in this world to achieve eternal ends.