Come, let's worship and bow down! Let's kneel before the Lord, our maker! He is our God, and we are the people of ...
"What a beautiful necklace you are wearing!" is not the thought one would have if they saw this image or the thought Jesus was trying ...
Just a Thought: I have to tell you, I am dying. No, I didn't just find this out recently, I have known for some ...
Just like a deer that craves streams of water, my whole being craves you, God. My whole being thirsts for God, for the living God ...
There are so many things clamoring for our attention, demanding our time, thoughts and devotion. We can find ourselves pursuing many things at the same ...
"I give you a new commandment: Love each other. Just as I have loved you, so you also must love each other. 35 This is ...
The Mount of the Beatitudes sits on the top of a hill overlooking the Sea of Galilee. As we approach the park that now encloses ...
Two words come to mind when we consider the parable of the prodigal son "Pride and Pride"
"Alongside Babylon's streams, there we sat down, crying because we remembered Zion."
Do you see them? No really they are everywhere! Come on surely you do see them.
I once went for a job interview and was offered the job based upon my passing the physical. It was as a result of the ...
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Jesus said, "The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few" (Matthew 9:38). Is that still true?
In our family, traditions determine how we do certain things, talk certain ways, and observe certain rituals. Some traditions go back many generations, and some are traditions that we have started in our immediate family.
When Donald Rumsfeld was Secretary of Defense, he coined some phrases about knowledge that apply far beyond military matters.
Martin Luther, said, "To try to deny the Trinity endangers your salvation; to try to comprehend the Trinity endangers your sanity."
"O LORD, you have examined my heart and know everything about me."
Psalm 119: 105 (New Living Translation) Your word is a lamp to guide my feet and a light for my path.
Has it ever dawned on you that what you are about to say to someone may be the last words you ever get to speak to them? Does that change anything in what you say, or in how you say it?
I have discovered this principle of life - that when I want to do what is right, I inevitably do what is wrong. I love God's law with all my heart. But there is another power within me that is at war with my mind. This power makes me a slave to the sin that is still within me. Oh, what a miserable person I am! Who will free me from this life that is dominated by sin and death? Thank God! The answer is in Jesus Christ our Lord. So you see how it is: In my mind I ...
Last week, we looked at the story of Zacchaeus (Luke 19:1-10) and heard Jesus tell that sinful tax collector "Today, salvation has come to this house."
Change is inevitable.
There are certain "todays" that matter more than others.
The Bible uses a bunch of stories to tell us why Jesus came.
Water management is an ongoing challenge in Georgia.
1 Peter 3:15b-16 "And if someone asks about your Christian hope, always be ready to explain it. But do this in a gentle and respectful way. Keep your conscience clear. Then if people speak against you, they will be ashamed when they see what a good life you live because you belong to Christ."
Last week we wrestled with the question of how we know if our faith is strong. We empathized with those disciples on the road to Emmaus on Easter Sunday evening (Luke 24:13-35) shaken to their very core, doubting everything they thought they believed. But then Jesus came along and showed them who he was.