The Lord calls us and empowers us to love others like he does. Open our hearts and homes to others (Matthew 5:43-47; Romans 12:13; Hebrews 13:2; 1 Peter 4:9).
Repentance is important because it reflects a change of thinking needed for entrance into the kingdom of God (Matthew 4:15-17).
Discover how to lovingly unpack some verses to help people understand the seriousness of sin while sharing the good news of the gospel (Matthew 1:21; Romans 3:23-24).
The Lord will touch an area of your life in which you are comfortable, yet spiritually lack, in order to lead you to repentance to take you into the eternal…
Wisdom is indispensable for navigating life (Eccl. 10; Matt. 12:42, Eph. 1:17).
No matter what circumstances we’re in, the Lord has abundant provisions ready for us (Matthew 1:18-25; Luke 2:1-21).
We should never get carried away and think the giving started with us or that we are out-giving God (Matthew 2:9-11).
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 provide an objective anchor and stability; they remain forever (1 Pet. 1:24-25, Mk. 13:31).
Jesus warns the religious audience that big changes have come and are are going to come (Matthew 9).