This message is a call to action for Christian men to be the leaders God intended them to be.
The Lord used Peter on the day of Pentecost to speak to the multitudes about Christ’s saving grace. God used Peter in amazing ways.
The Lord directed Hosea to go back to his wife, even though she was an adulteress. Hosea is directed to love, even when it must have been hard to love.
The Lord used prophets like Hosea to minister to the people of the Northern Kingdom about their idolatry before it lead to destruction.
Hosea’s marriage was to be an example of wayward people who had turned their back on God only to take up the worship of false idols.
The book of Hosea is real and tragic. With all its sadness, it speaks of God’s unconditional love for His people.
Reality is the state of things that actually exist – perception is an interpretation of experience. Let’s take a look at one example in Scripture.
True freedom can only come from Jesus. He gives us a great contrast between what he can offer and what this world has to offer. Where is your treasure?
Jesus is coming back! How should we live until he arrives? Here are 6 lessons from the book of James on what to do while we wait.
I was blind but now I see! Maybe you are being challenged right now, in this moment of trial, to believe fully in God’s power!
Whatever you are going through, no matter how difficult, stay strong in the Lord and remember that God wants to reveal His glory in you!
God has not left you. He is waiting for His time to speak to you and heal you. Be patient in the Lord – He is so patient with us!
As Followers of Christ, our mission is to make disciples of all nations, to baptize them in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and to teach them to observe all that He commanded.
• To know Christ as our Lord and Savior;
• To grow in Christ;
• To serve Christ and others.